About the German photographer, Andrea DIEFENBACH (b. 1974) 

Andrea DIEFENBACH has been working as a freelance photographer since graduating from FH Bielefeld and has published in Brigitte, Brand Eins, Geo, stern, Neon, Die Zeit, SZ-Magazin, Du, among others. From 2013 to 2016/2017, she taught as a lecturer at the Universities of Applied Sciences in Bielefeld and Darmstadt. Since September 2016, she has been a lecturer in the Camera Arts program at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. For the series 'Land ohne Eltern' (Country without Parents) she was awarded the Documentary Photography Promotion Prize of the Wüstenrot Foundation.

Photo books by Andrea DIEFENBACH

'SPID. Aids in Odessa' (2008); 'Land ohne Eltern' (2012, 2016); 'Moldova' (2022)

The unusual 'PBM_Catalog Box' contains leporellos, brochures and posters for the 33 exhibitions and projects shown during the PhotoBookMuseum pop-up in Cologne. The shape of the box alludes to the exhibitions shown in traditional shipping containers.
55,00 € * Weight 1 kg
'Realitatea' by Andrea DIEFENBACH is the result of a long-term project and contains vignettes from Moldova, a country in a state of limbo, and facsimiles of newspapers and texts that place them in the context of the political events of the past ten years.
from 45,00 € Weight 1 kg
In 'Land ohne Eltern', Andrea DIEFENBACH describes the situation of migrant workers from Moldova. The photos illustrate the distance between two spatially separated worlds: that of the children left behind at home and that of the parents in the distance.
39,90 € Weight 0.6 kg
The documentary photo volume 'Aids in Odessa' by German photographer Andrea DIEFENBACH, which is out of print, documents the living situation in Odessa, where the AIDS epidemic spread particularly quickly after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
0,00 € * Weight 0.5 kg