The Biennale für Aktuelle Fotografie opened its doors on February 28 and lasts until April 24. This major event takes place in several institutions in three German cities: Mannheim, Ludwigschaffen and Heidelberg. With an ambitious program of exhibitions, talks, and meetings designed by curator David Campany under the generic title of “The lives and loves of images”. The Kunstverein in Heidelberg houses an exhibition devoted to a rereading of yesterday’s press images (Yesterday’s news today “) with works by Sebastian Riemer, Thomas Ruff, Clare Strand and Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa. The idea is to highlight the artists’ current interest in old press...
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