About the exhibition
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the town partnership between Berlin and Beijing, the BFF (Berufsverband Freie Fotografen und Filmgestalter e.V.) and the Chinese Photographers' Association presented 80 photographs by eight photographers on the topic of "Stories from China" as part of the 7th German-Chinese Cultural Festival Berlin, which showed individual perspectives on living in China.
Among others, works by BFF Chairman Klaus Mellenthin, photographer Thomas Billhardt and Deputy Chairman of the Chinese Photographers' Association LIU Jun were shown. The motifs ranged from the gaze of the "buffalo child" to a monk in the mountains and modern architectural landmarks.
About the BFF
The BFF (Berufsverband Freie Fotografen und Filmgestalter) is a professional association for professional photographers and was founded in 1969 by Walter E. Lautenbacher. The BFF with its over 500 active members stands for highest quality in photography and picture organization. The attention lies no longer only on the classical photography, but also on the creative possibilities of the new pictorial media.
Frames in use
Some of the impressive photographs with the Far Eastern motifs were presented in HALBE frames. The simple elegance of the frames gives the photographs the finishing touch and supports their effect, so that the viewer gets an undisturbed view of the picture.