What does it mean to be rich? Is it the champagne or the fur coat? How do capitalism and materialism define our society? And who decides when you are considered to be poor? Half of the world's population cannot cover its basic needs - access to clean water and food. How do the different facets of economic and social poverty manifest themselves?
From 31 May to 16 June 2019, anyone interested can discover for themselves the students' photographic examination of these key questions at an outdoor exhibition at the Altonale.
The Altonale is the largest cultural festival in Northern Germany. For 17 days, visitors can experience exciting events on literature, art, music and cinema in the Altona district - often in the most unusual places.
Opening: Friday, 31.05.2019, 7 pm
Exhibition duration: 31.05. - 16.06.2019;
Where: Stuhlmann Fountain - Platz der Republik, Museumstraße, 22765 Hamburg, Germany
31.May at 7.30 pm
01.June at 2 pm
04.June at 6 pm
Meeting point: Stuhlmann fountain.