Freitag, 30.08.2019, 18 Uhr
Ort: Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
5 EUR, ermäßigt 3 EUR, Mitglieder des FFF und Studenten mit gültigem Ausweis haben freien Eintritt.
Since the beginning of his career Hans Christian Schink has always worked in analogue photography and most of the time with large-format cameras. One of his most well-known series 1h is based on combining time-lapse photography and its effect of solarisation.
Schink’s method of working is influenced primarily through his relationship to reality and his use of the classical opportunities which the medium photography offer him.
In his lecture he talks about the genesis of his photographic projects, their interplay and the change of sight through the working process.
The lecture will be held in German.
Hans-Christian Schink was born 1961 in Erfurt and currently lives in Berlin.
From 1986 until 1991 he studied photography at the HGB Leipzig, where he got his certification as a master student in 1993. He has had solo exhibitions in the last 15 years, including at the Saarlandmuseum (2018), Museum Küppersmühle, Duisburg; Neue Museum Weimar; Kunstmuseum Dieselkraftwerk, Cottbus (all 2011); Landesgalerie Linz (2010); Museo de Bellas Artes, Cordoba, Argentina (2008); Kunsthalle Erfurt (2005) and at the Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (2004).
He has received numerous fellowships and awards, such as the Villa Massimo, Rome (2014); LAED Award in Gold (2013); Villa Kamogawa, Kyoto (2012); ING Real Photography Award (2008); Villa Aurora, Los Angeles (2002). Among his publications are Burma (2018), Kochi Nights (2018), Fotografien aus Rom (2015), Tōhoku (2013), Fläming (2012), Hans-Christian Schink (2011), 1h (2010) and Verkehrsprojekte (2004).