13.1.-3.3.2012

Private

Photography has always been a medium of doubt. Where is the boundary between oneself and the other? Where does the border lie, where can it be reinforced, where can it be erased? The group exhibition “Private” features works that distance themselves from the familiar and embrace the unknown. Pictures of objective conquest, family therapy, brief intimacy and political or private mission are created on the street, at home and in the indeterminate locations in between. At times everything is revealed at once, at times almost nothing at all.

With works by Dirk Braeckman, Seiichi Furuya, Jacob Holdt, Larry Sultan, Mette Tronvoll and Tobias Zielony.
Curator: Martin Germann