Berlin Photo Week 2019
October 10–13, 2019

Olaf Heine / Museum Frieder Burda

Photo community EyeEm is proud to present the 2nd annual Berlin Photo Week. From October 10th to 13th, Berlin Photo Week celebrates the love of photography, art and technology with events throughout the city. For four days, Berlin will be the center of the photo world. At “Kraftwerk Berlin,” enthusiasts can experience the latest photo trends and exchange ideas with the most prominent and talented photographers of the trade.

 

Evelyn Bencicova

Evelyn Bencicova

“Berlin Photo Week brings photography and its various forms to life,” said Rainer Führes, CEO of Canon Germany. “Our society is more visual than ever and the demand for good pictures is constantly growing – both among professionals and enthusiasts. Canon wants to be the imaging partner for life, therefore we see it as our mission not only to provide our customers with the best products, but also to support photographers in their creative processes. Together with EyeEm, we are pleased to accompany the visitors of Berlin Photo Week on their individual ways of photography.”

 

Ian Willms / f3 freiraum fur fotografie

Erwin Blumenfeld / Chaussee 36

EyeEm is partnering with Canon as the event’s lead sponsor. Next to Canon, Berlin Photo Week is also supported by CEWE, Audi, Leica, Panasonic, Tamron, Olympus, Nikon, Skylum and Magnum Photos.

“We are incredibly proud to be able to support Berlin Photo Week again this year. We are united by our love for photography, and we would like to once again show our appreciation for the great photo community,” says Flo Meissner, co-founder and CEO of EyeEm.

 

Rainer Fetting / Galerie Deschler

JR, The Chronicles of San Francisco, 2018 / Courtesy by JR Art

The Conference

The Conference at Berlin Photo Week is a one-day event with lectures and discussions by opinion leaders from the entire imaging industry. Hear from leading photographers including Thomas Hoepker, Evelyn Bencicova, Sven Marquardt, Alan Sternberg, Du Yang, Yoram Roth and more to be announced soon.

 

Ritesh Shukla

Wendy Ewald / Judisches Museum Berlin

The Funplace

At the “Funplace” you can discover photogenic installations, mind bending rooms and objects that invite you to experiment with photography: Family-friendly, colorful, creative and open to everyone. Capture your moments with the latest cameras from Canon, Leica, Panasonic and Olympus and share them on your favorite social platforms.

 

Olaf Heine

Justine Laeufer

The Exhibition

See selected photographs by Sven Marquardt from the Neumann-Hug Collection. In addition, galleries throughout Berlin will exhibit photographic art so that visitors can get a deep insight into the contemporary and vibrant photography scene.

 

Thomas Hoepker

The EyeEm Awards Ceremony + Party

Be the first to see the winners of the world’s largest photography competition. This year the EyeEm Awards received more than 1 million submissions – meet the winners, see the Awards exhibition and party until late.

Photowalks and Workshops

Explore the exciting places of Berlin on our “Photowalks” and be accompanied and inspired by a professional photographer. Whether arranged set-up or spontaneous situations, get to know the capital through the lens of your camera in a new way.

 

Berlin Photo Week 2019
October 10–13, 2019 / Berlin
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