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“Unsafe to Dance” Exposed in Berlin Gallery C/O

The Exhibition “Unsafe to Dance” by Peter Puklus Invites Fans of Photography to Visit an Exhibition of the Works from the Young Artist

March 15th, 2016

The exhibition “Unsafe to Dance” is on display from February 6th until April 24th. On display are about 80 works from young photographers. The exhibition is open every day from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m and costs 10 euros entrance. The exhibition by Peter Puklus is not only a sign of international recognition of the exceptional artist from Hungary, but can also be understood as a prelude. This year during the 7th edition of the European Month of Photography in Berlin, Hungary will play a role of a host country (from October 1st to 31st).

Peter Puklus, born in 1980, is one of the most important young talents of contemporary Hungarian photography. He studied at the Moholy-Nagy University in Budapest and at the École National Supérieur de Création Industrielle in Paris. In addition to numerous solo and group exhibitions, Puklus was responsible as an artistic director for the development of the Amsterdam "UNSEEN Festival”. His first photographic catalog was published at Kehrer Verlag in 2013 with the title “One and a half meters”.

The Berlin gallery C/O was founded in 2000. Since 2015 at its new location in the renovated house of America, it is one of the greatest venues for photography in Berlin. It should be emphasized that the gallery is one of the most popular contemporary cultural institutions in the German capital. With a new complete format, the gallery C/O deliberately focuses on current trends in contemporary photography.


Foto courtesy © C/O Berlin
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Adam Slezak, Berlin Global