Lurdes R. Basolí

Photo: Maria – I, 2014 © Lurdes R. Basolí



Duration: Feb 25 – May 28, 2017

Nine women, eight countries, one river: The Fotografie Forum Frankfurt presents DANUBE REVISITED. THE INGE MORATH TRUCK PROJECT, a photographic road trip through Europe. This exhibition produced by Fundación Telefonica, shows over 100 works from the photographers Olivia Arthur, Lurdes R. Basolí, Kathryn Cook, Jessica Dimmock, Claudia Guadarrama, Claire Martin, Emily Schiffer, Ami Vitale and Inge Morath (1923–2002). More information

Pfannmüller – Paramore

Photo: Hayley Williams, Paramore, at Rock im Park, Nuremberg 2013
© Felix and Günter Pfannmüller


Michael L. Abramson, Susan Barnett, Pep Bonet, Anton Corbijn, Stanley Greene, Bob Gruen, Gijsbert Hanekroot, Barbara Klemm, Günter & Felix Pfannmüller, Derek Ridgers

Opening: June 09, 2017, 7pm
Duration: June 10 – August 27, 2017

Emotions and the freedom to express them: ROCK.FUNK.PUNK. presents unique photographs of legendary musicians and concerts from the late 1960s till today. Over 150 images of ten photographers show the internationally famous clubs and stages – from the Punk Club Scene in San Francisco to the annual ‘Rock am Ring’ festival at the Nürburgring. Iggy Pop, Janis Joplin, The Dead Kennedys, Udo Lindenberg and other icons of music history can be seen. In addition: album covers and photographs of extravagant fashion statements.



All events with Olivia Arthur accompanying the exhibition Danube Revisited are cancelled!

Nils Thies

© Nils Thies


Nils Thies

Sat, June 3, 2017, 2–6pm
“Frankfurt Through the Lens PLUS” is a workshop for experienced amateurs who are searching for new perspectives and challenges. New this year: you also have the chance to use Olympus cameras which FFF main sponsor Olympus Deutschland will provide for testing.

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The Fotografie Forum Frankfurt (FFF) is a unique centre, which exhibits photographic art of the highest quality and promotes its importance as a universal visual language. Since its founding in 1984 the FFF strives to incorporate all aspects of photography and to provide a platform for critical dialog. Read more