Frank Bauer (he/him)
Frank (*1967) studied photography at the Staatliche Fachakademie für Fotodesign in Munich. He works as a freelance photographer with a focus on portraiture and reportage.
Dominik Gigler (he/him)
Dominik (*1968) studied at the Staatliche Fachakademie für Fotodesign in Munich and at the London College of Printing (now known as London College of Communication) in London, where he lived from 1995 to 2009. He was one of the participating artists at the Fotodoks Festival 2009 in Bad Aibling, where his personal project 'Along the River Lea' was exhibited.
Francesco Giordano (he/him)
Francesco (*1992) is a photographer living in Munich. His focus is on LGBTQIA+ topics, migration and intersectionality. In 2017, he completed his photography studies at the University of Applied Sciences Munich. With his collaborative projects such as ‘Rainbow Refugees (Stories)’, ‘377. Inside India's Queer Community’ and ‘queer:raum’ he wants to create more visibility for marginalised groups and queer issues.
Tanja Kernweiss (she/her)
Tanja studied photography at the University of Applied Science in Munich and did her post-graduate with Arno Fischer at the Ostkreuzschule in Berlin. In 2015 she received the audience award at the Fotodoks festival with her work ‘Wishing Well’. Tanja lives and works in Munich.
Nadine Loës (she/her)
Nadine (*1979) is a freelance Photographer and Graphic designer. After her apprenticeship as a Mediadesigner in Stuttgart she studied first Photography at the University of Applied Science in Munich and then finished her Photography Postgraduate Study at the Ostkreuzschule in Berlin with Ute Mahler and Robert Lyons. She was founder and editor of ‘salopp – an independent magazine for young photography’.
Jakob Schmitt (he/him)
Jakob (*1987) studied Photography at the University of Applied Science in Munich, where he is now based, working as a freelance photographer. His interest in people, his fascination by their behaviour and interaction is what drives him to take pictures. For his personal work, he focuses on certain regions, creating site-specific stories.
Katharina Zimmermann (she/her)
Katharina (*1986) is a curator and author, holds a Master's degree in Modern and Contemporary Art from the Ruhr University in Bochum and was a scholarship holder of the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation as museum curator for photography. She is concerned with contemporary photographic forms of expression and strategies of artistic appropriation. She is a research assistant for the Ströher Collection at the Küppersmühle Museum in Duisburg.
Lothringer 13 Halle
An art space of the city of Munich
Lothringer Str. 13, 81667 Munich
opening hours during exhibitions
Lothringer 13 Halle
Tue — Sun, 11 am — 7 pm
Free entry. Access to the hall is barrier-free.