Pfannmüller – Paramore

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

ROCK.FUNK.PUNK.

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.

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Pep Bonet

Photo: From the series Child Labour and Exploitation in Bangladesh, Bangladesh 2013 © Pep Bonet / NOOR

“MOVING STILLS”

PEP BONET


Fri, June, 30, 2017, 6pm

In his lecture “Moving Stills”, multiple award winning documentary photographer Pep Bonet will concentrate on his longer-term photo projects such as human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Additionally he will talk about his extensive views and journeys around the world of Heavy Metal, Rock’n’Roll and the group Motörhead.

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Pep Bonet

Photo: Germany, Wacken, 01 August 2014 © Pep Bonet / NOOR

“MIXED MEDIAS AND LONG TERM DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS”

PEP BONET


Sat/Sun, July 01/02, 2017, 10am–6pm

How do you implement a long-term project? The internationally acclaimed filmmaker and NOOR photographer Pep Bonet offers answers to this question and will help participants develop and execute their own dynamic and innovative documentary photo projects in his workshop. Pep Bonet has become well known for his social documentary projects and a very personal approach to his subjects.

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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