We would like to invite you to the opening Ubiquity: Transcarpathia – a photo exhibition by Linus Dessecker.
In his long-term project Ubiquity Linus Dessecker portrays places on the basis of urban scenes, architectural fragments and everyday objects.
He travelled several times to the far west of the Ukraine, to the so-called Carpathian Ukraine or Transcarpathian oblast (Zakarpatska Oblast). The region forms an intersection between East and West. It borders on four EU states: Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania, and has long been the subject of disputes between Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine and the Soviet Union. It was only in 1946 that it was annexed to the then Ukrainian Soviet Republic.
Despite its close proximity to the European Union, the region offers a visual field largely unknown from a Central European perspective, not least because of its eventful history. Ubiquity captures a piece of the reality of life there in photographs and is accompanied by a self-published catalogue.
The exhibition is part of the officilal Monat der Fotografie-Off
You can visit the exhibition from 16.10. – 31.10.2020
Please check https://baldon.berlin/hinweis/ for opening hours during the week.
The exhibition is taking place under the special conditions of the Corona pandemic. As organisers, we must therefore ensure that the general hygiene rules are observed. Please comply with the following rules so that exhibitions can continue to be held on our premises in the future:
Please use the opportunity to disinfect your hands at the entrance to the exhibition. When entering the venue, please leave your real name and a telephone number or e-mail address on the list provided so that you can be contacted by the public health department if necessary!
Wear a mouth-nose cover from the moment you enter our premises.
Please keep a distance of at least 2 metres between you and other visitors when entering the exhibition venue.Back to events