Berlin - Photography in limbo Nurturing talent in times of crisis 
On Wednesday 21 October, Foam organises the event Photography in limbo: nurturing talent in times of crisis as part of the European Month of Photography programme in Berlin.

Please note: this event is sold out. There are still spots available for the official opening night, see more here.

In collaboration with the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation and C/O BerlinFoam organises an evening full of artist talks and Q&As around the opening of the exhibition Foam Talent 2020 | Berlin

Foam Talents Aàdesokan, Adjie Dieye, Alba Zari, Benoît Jeannet, Camillo Pasquarelli, Micha Serraf and Simone Sapienza will provide insight into their approach and reflect on how the current pandemic has impacted their practice.

The event will be concluded with a roundtable discussion about talent development in the context of the 'new normal'. Annemarie Beckmann (director Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation), Felix Hoffmann (chief curator C/O Berlin) and Marcel Feil (director Foam) will reflect on the institution's impact on talent under these new circumstances.

Limited seating capacity available. Reservation is required. Please book your ticket in advance. A registration fee of €5,- applies which can subsequently be applied as a discount voucher for Foam Magazine issues being sold at the venue.

The annual Foam Magazine Talent issue and the related Talent programme are supported by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation and the Niemeijer Fund.

Photography in limbo: Nurturing talent in times of crisis is made possible by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Berlin.

Foam Magazine is supported by Igepa Netherlands BV, supplier of excellent paper. Foam Talent is made possible with support from Kleurgamma Fine-Art Photolab.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, City of Amsterdam, Delta Lloyd, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.

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Berlin - Photography in limbo Nurturing talent in times of crisis