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Fabian Ritter (1992) grew up between a franconian small town, Austrian mountain scape and german „no-go areas“. Shaped by insights on different cultures and ways of life, he is interested in social phenomena and tensions of society. Today, he focuses on those topics with artistic and documentary approaches.



+49 17681728720
Arne Piepke (1991) comes from a small village surrounded by hills and trees. His attitude towards photography was shaped by an urge to break out and explore. He deals with social issues and the people‘s connection to history and their surroundings.





+49 1704848723
arnepiepke.com
Ingmar Björn Nolting (1995) volunteered to help the homeless and blind after finishing his A-levels in Southern Germany. Since then, due to this very formative experience, Ingmar‘s photographic work has focused on social documentary issues, in which he sets his sights on people and their habitats, which have disappeared from the public eye.



+49 15734665488
ingmarnolting.de
Maximilian Mann (1992) grew up in Kassel, Germany. During a voluntary service in Tanzania, his desire to study photography grew. In his photographic works he is primarily engaged in socially marginalised groups and minorities in Eastern Europe.





+49 15770268645
maximilian-mann.com
Tim Brederecke (1993) was born in a small town of northern Germany. After two semesters of engineering he decided to study photography in Dortmund. Bringing many different influences into his work, Tim is a practical documentary and portrait photographer.




+49 17696858627
timbrederecke.com



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