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CO Berlin Photography Exhibitions

Hi all.

Again there are two exhibitions in CO Berlin.

Ron Galella, Paparazzo Extraordinaire

"If someone says 'no photos!' then I try not to take any more. However, before he says that I take as many as I can. That’s the game". Ron Galella A paparazzo hunt is cunning, harsh and frequently ends painfully. In the worst case bloodily—including broken jaws and lost teeth. For Ron Galella and his undercover activities, no effort or risk was too great. He proceeded like a detective in order to catch the celebrities in the right moment, patient, persistent, shifty. Whether it was Jacqueline Kennedy, Marlon Brando, Greta Garbo, Andy Warhol, Sean Penn, Robert Redford, Muhammad Ali, Madonna, Mick Jagger or Audrey Hepburn—he managed to get them all in front of his lens. His pictures are snapshots rather than portraits. Spontaneous, not staged, and as a result extremely authentic.

Gundula Schulze Eldowy, The Early Years

Berlin mercilessly swallows its residents. Layer by layer, the city covers them with a blanket of oblivion. Time passes and sweeps everything along with it. With her camera Gundula Schulze Eldowy resists the flow of time. Year after year she wanders, seemingly without intent but with a clear, alert gaze through the Scheunenviertel in Mitte, a district in the centre of Berlin, documenting loneliness, sadness, misery and moments of happiness. Whether artists, workers, refugees or dreamers—she is both fascinated and repelled by the social mix and the harshness of the city. In her ruthless photographs, Berlin resembles a lost city, an archaeological site that is sometimes unexpectedly enchanting. At the same time, these urban forays are nothing more than excursions into the inner, unfamiliar world of the artist. A closer look reveals them to be metaphors of social criticism that not only have the former GDR in mind but also the entire civilization.

Both sound extremely interesting :) Hope to see lots of you there.
Afterwards we could go to Clärchens Ballhaus to talk about the exhibition and maybe have refreshments :)

Here's my phone number :


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  • A former member
    A former member

    I've seen better photos.

    January 10, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    the first (the paparazzo) really sounds like an ASS :), but also very interesting. I mean, think about it... would YOU/WE like to be hunted down, even (or especially) as photographers ourselves? having said that, I always hate when people look at me like "don't you point that thing at me!", while I have nothing but a new angle, or plainly an interesting story in mind. as always, it must depend on the perspective.

    January 7, 2013

  • Beth J.

    Maybe I can jump on a plane and come join you. Failing that happy new year everyone and have a beer for me!

    January 7, 2013

  • Anna

    Sounds great! I'll mark my calendar.

    November 25, 2012

  • Alexandra R.

    Don´t know yet what I´m doing on the 9. Januar but it sounds interesting and I looove the C/O Berlin

    November 24, 2012

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