Tag Archives: Stephanie Endter
"PLOTKI airline is ready for departure. Please proceed to gate number 2." This month we invite you to a walk within the AIRPORT halls and find out about the rumours they can tell.
Welcome to TOILET and an editorial which tires to use as many not-very-funny toilet references in one paragraph as possible
PLOTKI proudly presents and invites you to
the photographic exhibition “Work is Elsewhere”
A winter walk through Moscow on the traces of terror left since 1999. An official and personal way of remembering…
On one of Berlin’s flee-markets, Stephanie Endter finds old slides and retraces impressions on ‘Urlaub in Vicente’ – holidays in Vicente. The images tell the story of Western German tourists in Italy and they seem to reveal the girl’s father as the photographer; and yet one cannot be sure of what these intimate pictures tell and what is just fiction in the mind of the critical viewer.
Are you an expert on Eastern Europe? Check out the Plotki Quiz and get one of the Traveling Photoalbums in your letterbox…
PLOTKI questions images of the East and the West.Exhibition opening:Friday, 14th of October 2005, 8 p.m.Gallery “Reiner Tisch”, Boxhagener Str. 36 (Berlin)
A photographic exploration of the Polish people’s mourning, having lost their religious icon and national star.
Herzeleid and Weltenschmerz – Germany’s debated rock stars “Rammstein” as cultural ambassadors in Moscow.
Born 1979 in Bavaria. Left the fairy tale heimat for Paris to assist photographers and later crossed the channel to England, where she studied and graduated in photography and digital imaging. While moving between countries, cities and jobs, she somehow got infected with the plotki virus. She is now working as a freelance photographer in Berlin. www.stephoto.de
The Prusian Casanova with the green thumb that gives the border control a hard time.
A walk through piles of bricks. A report of what is left of the Fortress Kostrzyn at the Polish-German border.
Enlargement is no picnic. That is why it needs to be well promoted. Check out the official German “Do not fear enlargement”- posters and the Dutch EU Humor.
I wish rooms and places would speak and tell their stories. But sometimes, if you look close, you can find traces of what has been and is no more. look twice.