William Minke
»No Way Home / Volksbühne 2004–2017«

About the book:
The Volksbühne (people’s theater) is a radical place. This theater has long shaped the image of the city of Berlin like no other, and simultaneously written theater history. At the end of the final season under the artistic direction of Frank Castorf, the book brings together photos by William Minke, who photographed his surroundings during the thirteen years that he worked at the Volksbühne in Berlin.

He photographed quite as well as raucous moments, from the sidelines of performances, rehearsals, and breaks, on the street, in the cafeteria, and in hotel rooms. William Minke’s photos transport one quite incidentally: Suddenly, one is standing in the middle of a dressing room, at the bar, is close to everything quite naturally, as if one had actually been there, at all the performances, conversations, and celebrations.
Text: Kerber Verlag

May 2017
ISBN 978-3-7356-0357-9
17 x 22 cm
288 Pages
numerous colored illustrations
Inflexible paper, bound
open thread stitching
Languages: German, English

Editor: Betty Fink, Laura Benz
Text by René Pollesch
Poem by Jonathan Meese
Design by Andreas Koch, Berlin

In addition to the book there will be a collector’s edition availabe, in 2 options with 4 prints each.

SHOP HERE: www.williamminke.com

Book Release Party: Thursday, May 11, 2017, from 18h
Facebook Event

Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, 10178 Berlin
[Mitte | Mitte]

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