Publication, Verlag für Berlin-Brandenburg
Bildtitel: Klosterkirche St. Trinitatis, Neuruppin, 1970, Foto: Krüger


                               

Brandenburger Notizen: Fontane - Krüger - Kienzle


Exhibtion and Publication

19. Oktober bis 19. November 2019
Göttinger Literaturherbst
Opening October 19th at 3 p.m. at the Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Foyer des SUB Hauptgebäudes, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 1, 37073 Göttingen


2. August - 14. October 2019
Remise am Schloss Rheinsberg
Schloss Rheinsberg 2, 16831 Rheinsberg

15.March to 30.June 2019
Museum und Galerie Falkensee

The exhibition is a project within the theme year
fontane.200/Spuren – Kulturland Brandenburg 2019

Reviews


Cornelia Felsch, Märkische Allgemeinen Zeitung, 4.8.19, Fotograf begibt sich auf Fontanes Spuren

Bernadette Conrad: "'Ganz selbständig im Leben, Anschauung und Denkungsart'. Zum 200. Geburtstag von Theodor Fontane begeben sich etliche neue Bücher auf seine Spuren Literaturblatt für Baden-Württemberg, Juli/August 2019

Maurice Wojach, Märkische Allgemeinen Zeitung, 25.6.19, Die Faszination des Fotografen Lorenz Kienzle für Brandenburg

Marlies Schnaibel in the Märkischen Zeitung, 25.6.19 Fontane löst Bücherflut aus

Radio feature, 19.3.19, Märkische Wandlungen, RBB Kulturradio
Starting at 37:30 min.

Film about the project from Omar Akahare, 28.3.19
Meine Theodor Fontane Geschichte



About the project


The photo exhibition combines Theodor Fontane’s texts and sketches with black and white photographs by the two photographers Heinz Krüger and Lorenz Kienzle.

Heinz Krüger traveled between 1963 and 1970 through the March of Brandenburg and photographed in the locations described by Fontane for a publication of Aufbau Verlag. From these recordings a whole new selection was made, which tells us about everyday life in the GDR 50 years later. Lorenz Kienzle took Fontanes notebooks in 2017 during his excursions through Brandenburg, which originated in 1860 and could be used for the first time in a transcribed and commented version for this project. They form the raw material for the texts on the walks through the March of Brandenburg. The notes are more straightforward and direct than the work that emerged from them. Equipped with a bike and a plate camera, Lorenz Kienzle also drove through Brandenburg to get his picture. His photographs of landscapes, places and animals usually speak for themselves and are combined in the exhibition with Theodor Fontane’s texts and the photographs by Heinz Krüger. This creates a web of relationships that tells of the transience, but also the timelessness of places that you can always rediscover.