From the series "Pariser Straße", 1995-97, Cibachrome, 24,6 x 30 cm
To document their own road is an ancient topos of photography. From 1995 to 1997 the celebrated writer Ulf Erdmann Ziegler, the "Paris Street" with a borrowed medium-format camera, a single lens, slide film. The final convolute included 69 photographs, the edit helped, as friend and mentor, the photographer Dirk Reinartz. Since the project was in the drawer.
The Galerie Rothamel Frankfurt shows it 25 Cibachrome, analog prints from slides. The technique is reminiscent of a recently vanished also lost city, West Berlin. The "Paris Street" is a clear need in Ziegler's paintings in detail, with all sorts of allusions and metaphors, while inventory and visual interior.
Opening with Ulf Erdmann Ziegler on Friday 11 In January 2013 by 19 clock
We invite you and your friends are cordially.
It speaks Katharina Dohm, curator at the Schirn.
The following Friday, the 18th January 2013, reads Ulf Erdmann Ziegler, who now lives in Frankfurt and his novel "Nothing White" (Suhrkamp Verlag) in autumn on the shortlist for the German Book Prize, stood from his own texts, which come together photography and literature.
In the gallery from 19 clock until late, organized by the Cultural Office in Frankfurt.