Jayne is exhibiting work in this amazing exhibition being held in Berlin starting on 6th October 2016. Please come along if you can, it is one of the biggest photography exhibitions ever put on in Europe and Jayne is over the moon to be part of such a event.
OPENING HOURS AND ENTRANCE TICKET
We're only 37 days away from the opening of the largest exhibition of the European Month of Photography in Berlin, and most probably one of the largest exhibitions ever done in Europe. With 446 photographers from 41 countries exhibiting 1230 artworks, and the presence of the Berlin Foto Biennale's special guest, Steve McCurry, this will be an awesome event in the photographic scene. The special section about the Holocaust and the Second Generation, the portfolios of the Young Emerging Talent Yusuke Suzuki of Aleppo and Lesbos, and the visual documents of Andrea Star Reese about the abuse of mental patients in Indonesia and the live of underground homeless people in New York, complement this fest of creativity and talent. The 24,000 square feet of exhibition space in the awesome Palazzo Italia (or Römisher Hof as it is called in Berlin) will be filled with different contemporary photographic approaches. Wile the clock is ticking waiting for the opening this image posted below gives an idea of what will be inside the Biennale.
A hard cover book of the Exhibition, including works of Steve McCurry, and all exhibiting artists, will be published by Kehrer Verlag.
The Berlin Foto Biennale will be open all days between October 6 and October 30 according to this timetable:
October 6: 11 - 6 pm October 7 - 30: Mo - Wed: 12 - 7pm Thu: 12 - 9 pm Fri - Sun: 12 - 7pm
There will be a closed Artists Reception on October 6 at 6.30 pm If you wish to attend to the Vernissage of the Artists Reception please send an email to email@example.com to receive your invitations.
An entrance ticket will be necessary to visit the Berlin Foto Biennale on regular visiting hours. The price of the tickets will be EUR 10, and EUR 6 for senior citizens (over 65), students, unemployed, and groups. Kids under 13 have free entrance.
The entrance tickets will be sold online and onsite.