Berlin-based photographer Linda Ferrari presents her project called pho[to-be]rlin, a program of workshops provided by international master photographers.
pho[to-be]rlin is a new photographic project based on the city of Berlin. It draws on the expertise and knowledge of internationally renowned photo-reporters and consists both of a series of in-depth workshops on a number of issues related to the city and of open lectures held by the photographers. The output of the workshops will contribute to an on-going contemporary documentation of the city and its stories.
The Master Photographer will guide and supervise 10 photographers during a tight schedule that combines both theoretical
lectures and shooting assignments, offering them day-by-day feedback through the editing and selection process, offering the chance to be shortlisted for the Final Summer Exhibition in Berlin.
STEFANO DE LUIGI / MARCH 7-10, 2013
GUILLAUME HERBAUT / APRIL 25-28, 2013
JOCELYN BAIN HOGG / JUNE 20-23, 2013
JAMES WHITLOW DELANO / JULY 25-28, 2013
PREVIOUS WORKSHOP (closed)
MONIKA BULAJ / NOVEMBER 22-25, 2012
The Master Photographer will select for every workshop up to 30 photos among the portfolios produced by all the participants that will take part in the Project’s Collective Exhibition, held in Berlin during Summer 2013. This will be an occasion for all participants to see their work exhibited, to meet press and industry professionals and become part of a unique documentary series on Berlin.
Learn more about the workshops and how to participate on the pho[to-be]rlin website.