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ULRIKE HANNEMANN

Germany, lives and works in Berlin and Leipzig

The Palace Then and Now

Edition 2019

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Presentation

The Independence Palace of Ho Chi Minh City served as the residence of the
President of South Vietnam until 1975, when it was stormed by North Vietnamese
troops. Classified as an historic monument of national significance, the palace and its
inventory are the subject of many reinterpretations, on which Ulrike Hannemann
superimposes her own perception of the place.

Biography

Born in Wittenberg, Germany, Ulrike Hannemann gets in 2010 a diploma in Fine Arts from the academy of Visual Arts of Leipzig. This diploma is quickly followed by a master degree under Peter Piller's direction.
Ever since the beginning of her studies, she starts exhibiting her works notably in the Loris gallery of Berlin and then during a few festivals such as the Darmst├Ądter Tage der Fotografie or the European Month of Photography in Vienna.

Place

Pavillon Populaire
10h > 19h
Open everyday

 
 

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