Author Archive | Felix Koltermann

Palestinian women dismayed at the sight of .the house of the Dawabsheh family, Duma village, south of Nablus, 3 August 2015

Israeli photojournalism competition “Local Testimony”

The best selection of Israeli photojournalism from the year 2015 is at display at the Eretz Israel Museum.

Simon Norfolk Bullet-scarred apartment building and shops in the Karte Char district of Kabul. This area saw fighting between Hikmetyar and Rabbani and then between Rabbani and the Hazaras,  2003 © Simon Norfolk

Conflict, Time, Photography

After a first show at Tate Modern in London, the exhibition Conflict, Time Photography is now displayed at the Museum Folkwang in Essen. The exhibition is a cooperation between the two venues and

In der Nähe von Askeran, Berg-Karabach, 8.9.2011

War without War | Meinrad Schade

Meinrad Schade is not a war photographer in the classical sense. He does not take photographs at the hotspots of military conflicts so as to supply the sensationalist press with images of violence. Documenting the ongoing violence of wars around the globe and their aftermaths is an important topic in photojournalism. But what is there […]

© Stephen Shore, St. Sabas Monastery, Judean Desert , 2009

Life at the margin, interview with Stephen Shore

Life at the margin For the international photography project This Place, the well known French photographer Frédéric Brenner invited 10 colleagues to work in Israel and the West Bank in outstanding residencies. One amongst this group was the internationally acclaimed American photographer Stephen Shore. Felix Koltermann: Mr. Shore, how did it come about that you […]

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