"Anette HAUSCHILD is a storyteller - one who gets close to things and opens up to people; one who discovers places that enchant her, and as a result, the places that enchant her viewers. Ever since Annette Annette HAUSCHILD (born in Giessen) moved to Berlin to study at the Lette-Verein, the capital has often been a theme for her photojournalism and for her personal projects. Annette HAUSCHILD has been a member of the renowned Ostkreuz Photography Agency since 1996.
The photo volume 'Berlin Stories #4. Last Days of Disco' by Annette HAUSCHILD compiles three black-and-white series produced in Berlin. Both 'Golden West', photographed in the area around the Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten, and 'M29', named after the bus line that goes across the city, deal with the changes in society that occurred after the fall of the Iron Curtain, as well as with old and new West Berlin. They are about yearning and reality and are supplemented with brief texts. Finally, 'Last Days of Disco' lures us into a bar in Wedding, an area of West Berlin where time seems to stand still.
About German photographer Annette HAUSCHILD
Photo books by Annette HAUSCHILD
- Nadine Barth
- Book design
- HC, 15 x 20 cm., 128 pp., 100 ills., bilingual text: German / ENglish