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fascination street goes vienna

Exhibition of Contemporary Austrian and German Street Photography at the Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna

Friedrich Schiller

After the huge success of Seconds2Real’s “fascination street” exhibition in Berlin with more than 650 visitors last year, “fascination street” is now coming to Vienna. We are very pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition at Anzenberger Gallery in Vienna March 31st – April 13th, 2012.

Elisabeth Schuh

In the exhibition “fascination street goes vienna” the photographic collective Seconds2Real shows contemporary street photography focusing on Germany and Austria. Opposed to the traditional strongholds of street photography like Paris, London or New York they are drawing attention to Berlin, Munich or Vienna. The long history of street photography is continued by the Seconds2Real photographers today with a contemporary view on public life.

Siegfried Hansen

Participating photographers are Alexander Magedler (Vienna), Andreas Stelter (Minden), Christian Reister (Berlin), Elisabeth Schuh (Vienna), Friedrich Schiller (Vienna), Guido Steenkamp (Berlin), Kay von Aspern (Vienna), Mario Cuic (Munic), Natalie Opocensky (Vienna), Siegfried Hansen (Hamburg) and Thorsten Strasas (Berlin).

Christian Reister

We would be happy to have the pleasure of welcoming you and invite you warmly to join us at the Vernissage, Friday, March 30th, 7pm. In parallel to the exhibition we will also do free Gallery Talks & Tours attended by many of the Seconds2Real photographers. Please see Gallery Talks & Tours dates below.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

Kay von Aspern

Anzenberger Gallery
Zeinlhofergasse 7 | A-1050 Wien
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Running time and opening hours
March 31st – April 13th, 2012
Mo – Fr 10am-6pm | Sat – Sun 2-5pm | closed April 8th and 9th
Free admission

Public Opening: Friday, March 30th, 7pm
Free admission

Gallery Talk & Tour
Saturday, March 31st, 2-5pm
Sunday, April 1st, 2-5pm
Saturday, April 7th, 2-5pm

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Guido Steenkamp

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