Film Screening and Talk: Suschitzky / Tudor-Hart
13 August, 7 pm
Talk and Film Screening
accompanying the exhibitions by Wolf Suschitzky and Edith Tudor-Hart
Thursday, 13 August 2020, 7 pm
Excerpts from films will be shown and the curators of the exhibition will talk to the two contemporary witnesses Julia Winckler and Lillian Birnbaum.
FOTOHOF / Inge-Morath-Platz 1-3 / 5020 Salzburg / Austria
Julia Winckler from the University of Brighton presents excerpts from her film "Children are the future", in which Wolf Suschitzky talks about his photographs of children and the influence of his sister Edith Tudor-Hart on his own work. The film refers to an early film work by Wolf Suschitzky, "Children of the City" (1944), in which his social enlightenment approach is clearly visible.
This is also the link to the work of his sister Edith Tudor-Hart, whose photos can be seen in the FOTOHOF archive. Lillian Birnbaum will take part in this discussion; she produced, among other things, the film "Tracking Edith" (1916).
The curators of the exhibition at the FOTOHOF will talk to the two contemporary witnesses and to the visitors.
The event is public and free of charge. To get a guaranteed seat according to the current Corona regulations, please register by email (email@example.com) or during the gallery's opening hours by calling 0662-849296.
"Children are the future", Interview film with Wolf Suschitzky by Julia Winckler and Tony Wallis, GB 2016.
"Tracking Edith" / "Auf Ediths Spuren", Documentary film by Peter Stephan Jungk, produced by Lillian Birnbaum, F / A 2016
"Children of the City", Socially critical documentary with amateur actors in Dundee, GB 1944
Julia Winckler: "Quite content to be called a good craftsman" − An Exploration of some of Wolf Suschitzky's Extensive Contributions to the Field of Applied Photography between 1935 and 1955". − In: "Applied Arts in British Exile from 1933. Changing Visual and Material Culture" − London 2019
Peter Stephan Jungk: Die Dunkelkammern der Edith Tudor-Hart − Frankfurt am Main 2015
Wolf Suschitzky – No Resting Place
Exhibition at the FOTOHOF gallery: 16 July − 26 September 2020
Opening Hours: Tue−Fri 3−7 pm, Sat 11am−3pm Uhr
Exhibition at the FOTOHOF archive: 9 April − 26 September 2020
Opening Hours: on appointment only