The galleries in Berlin are currently closed to visitors until further notice in order to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. Stay healthy, STAY AT HOME, and enjoy exploring the artworks digitally here on PiB! ps: Also follow PiB on Instagram for the upcoming takeovers by gallerists & artists!
Als Schutz vor der Verbreitung des COVID-19 Virus sind die Berliner Galerien für den Publikumsverkehr geschlossen. Bleibt gesund, BLEIBT ZUHAUSE, und genießt die Ausstellungen ausnahmsweise in digitaler Form hier auf PiB! Ps: Folgt PiB auf Instagram für die kommenden Takeovers von Galerist*innen & Künstler*innen!
From The Series Afghan Dream © Sandra Calligaro

Roundtable discussion & Finissage

Roundtable discussion & Finissage: Monday, July 11, 2016, 19h (Facebook Event)
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9-17h, Thu 9-19h
Free admission


In our increasingly connected world, we have access to thousands of images of peoples’ lives in different locations — some of which portray acute human suffering stemming from poverty, natural disasters and wars. These images of people affected by crises are critical to catalyze public awareness, funding and other assistance for people affected by disasters. But these images can also exploit the people whose deeply personal struggles and tragedies are spread around the world in the news and social media. How can images of people affected by poverty and crises help improve their lives and not exploit their suffering? Presented by Julie Schindall who is a Senior Advisor with Shift.

Presentation is in conjunction with the Finissage of the current exhibit in Green Hill Gallery: Sandra Calligaro, “Afghan Dream” // Clovis P. Toraman, “Continente Inospitale”

Event Details

from the series Afghan Dream © Sandra Calligaro
Green Hill Gallery, Grünberger Straße 13, 10243 Berlin, Germany