Herlinde Koelbl is one of the most prominent political photographers in Germany. Her photos addressing burning issues of the time have made her known worldwide.
This year she is a Featured exhbitor with the series "Targets" is a particularly impressive example of this: for eight years Koelbl travelled around the world, and in a total of thirty countries made photographs of the military targets used in the training of soldiers. How is the enemy, who is later to be killed, portrayed? Is he an abstract figure or does he have a face? Do the targets exhibit cultural differences? Have the images representing the enemy changed?
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