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Berlin is a city full of stories, history and change. To empower our local artist community and discover new sides of Berlin, we have launched a talent program – Emerging Berlin – where photographers at the early stage of their career are given the space to exhibit at Fotografiska.

About the program

Emerging Berlin is a program devoted to researching, supporting and showcasing new voices from Berlin. Selected through an open call for proposals, the program will exhibit six artists per year in Fotografiska Berlin's graffiti hall - a historically important and meaningful space for Berlin’s artistic community. The exhibiting artists receive a solo exhibition, mentorship, press and media opportunities, and direct professional exchange with experts from the field. The program will also include workshops and portfolio reviews open to the public, to continue to support local talent.

The talent program for upcoming artists, showcasing unique Berlin stories.

How to apply

Submit your proposal with the form linked below. Our exhibitions curatorial team then decides on the next exhibiting artist. The team includes Marina Paulenka (Director of Exhbitions), Thomas Schäfer (Exhibitions Manager), Yolandé Gouws (Exhibitions Manager) and Marie-Luise Mayer (Exhibitions Associate).

Selection criteria

  • Telling a unique story about Berlin from a distinct point of view
  • Active participation in a Berlin community
  • Sharing our mission in promoting and celebrating local artistry
  • Unique artistic language
  • Innovative approach to storytelling
  • Showcasing relevant contemporary topics

Requirements

  • Upcoming artists: photographers at the early stage of their career
  • All ages welcome
  • Photographic series on Berlin; unique stories about and by the city
  • Submissions of 15-20 images
  • Video works welcome, but focus on photography
  • PDF format (no links or single images)
  • Applications must include artist bio and project/artist statement

WHAT IS YOUR BERLIN STORY?

Submit your proposal here.

Apply
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Until 22 Aug 2024

Anne Lass

Triple Seven

Berlin has undergone remarkable transformations since the 2010s. Walking through its streets, you'll see freshly painted facades, some buildings completely vanished, and new constructions standing tall. In Triple Seven, Anne Lass works with still life and portraits to track down gambling halls in Berlin, which are often a closed universe in themselves, and have now mostly disappeared.

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