Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
Photography Center

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. Through a wide-ranging programme of exhibitions, publications, workshops, lectures and symposiums, the ever evolving and classic interpretations of the photographic medium are highlighted. Emphasis is also placed upon premiering photographers work in Germany whether it be from international or national image-makers, one-person shows of historical and contemporary icons to intriguing group collections of international emerging talents.

As the official organizational partner of RAY Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/Rhein Main, the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt coordinates a Triennial dedicated to international photographic arts with other key exhibition partners and collections of the region.

The FFF is a non-profit organisation.

Jaromír Funke
Fotografie Forum Frankfurt
Photography Center

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. Through a wide-ranging programme of exhibitions, publications, workshops, lectures and symposiums, the ever evolving and classic interpretations of the photographic medium are highlighted. Emphasis is also placed upon premiering photographers work in Germany whether it be from international or national image-makers, one-person shows of historical and contemporary icons to intriguing group collections of international emerging talents.

As the official organizational partner of RAY Fotografieprojekte Frankfurt/Rhein Main, the Fotografie Forum Frankfurt coordinates a Triennial dedicated to international photographic arts with other key exhibition partners and collections of the region.

The FFF is a non-profit organisation.

Jaromír Funke
  • Marco Zanella: #02 Dispacci – Argini
    Publication
    Cesura
    International
    Between May 16 and 17, 2023, devastating floodings engulfed the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, provocating 15 victims, leaving more than 36,000 thousand homeless, and resulting in about a thousand landslides, hundreds of streets interrupted, and collapsed bridges. Nearly two dozen rivers overflew between the Appenine Mountains and the Adriatic Coast, inundating the fields and many cities in Romagna, including the Emilian city of Bologna and its metropolitan area. (more…)
  • The 90s Onstage
    Jan 27 – Apr 14, 2024
    Kunstverein in Hamburg
    Hamburg, Germany
    In collaboration with the cultural institution Salt, Istanbul, the Kunstverein in Hamburg presents the exhibition The 90s Onstage, with extensive German, English and Turkish language program. The exhibition The 90s Onstage consists of interwoven formats and approaches that put a variety of media – visual art, performance, television, theater, painting, music videos, talk shows and installation, elements of stage design – from the 1990s in Turkey into dialogue. (more…)