Hamburg Triennale 2018 in ReviewArticle written for the online magazine LensCulture
Published in: July 2018
320 artist, 80 places, 90 events
Role (Winifred Chiocchia):
Photo Editor of the article for LensCulture
Untitled. From the project ‘In Fourth Person’, Photo: Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti. Part of the exhibition [ENTER] curated by Krzysztof Candrowicz and Emma Bowkett.
“Are we able to rethink and change humanity?”
This is the provocative and stimulating question that Polish curator Krzysztof Candrowicz considered while building the theme for this year’s Hamburg Triennale of Photography, now in its 7th edition. The festival tackles a range of contemporary issues—from the environmental crisis to the concept of “home”—all dissected through the medium of photography. Chiocchia was invited from the Triennale team to report from the event for LensCulture. The whole review can be read here.
Image Thumbnail: Half Brick (Solymár, Hungary). From the project ‘HUMAN’, Photo: Gábor Arion Kudasz, courtesy of Zsófi Faur Gallery. Part of the exhibition [ENTER] curated by Krzysztof Candrowicz and Emma Bowkett.