The inside-out@thisplace series explores the process of creating the collective photography exhibition and presents the respective perspectives of the photographers involved. It is about the view from outside and within, about narratives, about familiar pictorial worlds and the courage to question them.
Wendy Ewald has been working with children, families, and teachers for 50 years and encourages them to reach for the camera to record themselves and their environment and to articulate their dreams and ideas. Thus the work This is where I live explores 14 places from different angles. The reversed view creates a new polyphonic kind of narrative.
Old Building, level 1
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin
The conversation will be conducted by Gregor Lersch, director of the temporary exhibition.
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Events accompanying the exhibition: This Place (4)
Events related to the exhibition theme, in part with video recording.
Conversation with the Artist Wendy Ewald
5 Mar 2020
Conversation bewtween photographer Wendy Ewald and Gregor H. Lersch (head of temporary exhibitions at the Jewish Museum Berlin)
Conversation with the Artist Thomas Struth
With Thomas Struth (photographer) and Theresia Ziehe (curator of photography), with video recording, in German
5 Dec 2019
Conversation with the Artist Frédéric Brenner
5 November 2019
Conversation between the photographer Frédéric Brenner and Gregor H. Lersch (head of temporary exhibitions at the Jewish Museum Berlin)
Opening of the Exhibition
6 June 2019
We are pleased to invite you and your friends to the opening of the exhibition.