Jannis Schulze is a photograper, born in 1987 in East Berlin and based in Berlin
Residence: Jannis Schulze
exhibition view, Museum für Fotografie, Berlin, 2019
Jannis Schulze is a photograper, born in 1987 in East Berlin and based in Berlin. His body of work often takes themes and subjects from the field of journalism, which then form the point of departure for Schulze’s exploration of the aesthetics of perception and his photographic practice.
He completed his MA in visual communication at the Berlin Academy of Art in 2015. In the same year he received Germany’s foremost distinction for aspiring art photographers, the “Gute Aussichten – young German photography” award. During a residency in Beijing, he joined forces with Antonie Angerer and Anna-Viktoria Eschbach to set up the platform Beijing22.
Website: Jannis Schulze
view moreMaking Xiong’an: Remnants Promises One Thousand Years by Annie Malcolm We are here in the catastrophic. How can it be “good” in spite of things? What are the aesthetics of a good anthropocene? residencyprojects Walls and WalnutsMar 10, 2020 An ongoing project in a collaboration with artists Zhangbolong Liu and Jialin Yang research-grantsprojects Exhibition: A Truck Is Parked in the Grass Near a Tree in DoubtJan 17, 2020 Exhibition of seven international projects concerning Beijing’s urban space and the effect and strategies of its changes. exhibitionprojects A Thousand-Year StageAugust 2019 A Thousand-Year Stage (2019) is an experimental non-fiction film that features local residents of Xiongan New Area, Chinaʼs most recently planned megacity, awaiting its transformation. By Daphne Xu. exhibitionprojects
past talksTalk No. 5: Seeing the OlympicsDec 7, 2019 Visual Communication and Image-Making. talkconversations Talk No. 3: Ten Years afterDec 15th, 2019 In what way does the Beijing pre and post-Olympics Beijing differ? How are events like the Olympics utilized for a Chinese urbanization model? talkconversations Talk No. 4: Green BeltNov 2, 2019 A common problem that cities all around the world are sharing is the growing urban pollution problem. talkconversations