HANSEartWORKS  2019 – Pskov/Russia

Traditions and Modernity -  Traditionen und Gegenwart

The Hanseatic City of Pskow was due to host the 39th International Hanseatic Days from 27th to 30th of June 2019. The member cities were invited to realize the theme of the exhibition HANSEartWORKS "Traditions and Modernity -  Traditionen und Gegenwart" with their artists. The aim of the project was an attempt to connect the past and present with the help of photography. The question of whether the past and the present contradict each other or harmoniously connect with each other was the focus of the concept.


Participants


Belozersk                                         Tatyana Ermakova

Belozersk                                         Anastasiya Shevchuk

Buxtehude                                        Michael Järnecke

Duisburg                                          Lysanne Buunk

Danzig                                              Maciej Marsalkowicz

Greifswald                                        Sten Niklas Washausen

La Rochelle                                      Pascal Mirande

Lübeck                                             Christine Rudolf

Lübeck                                             Tina Schönwald

Neuss                                               Melanie Stegemann

Osnabrück                                       Angela von Brill

Pärnu                                               Aiki Jarviste

Pskow                                              Ekaterina Kochkina

Pskow                                              Andrej Koksharov

Riga                                                 Eigenia Freimane

Rostock                                            Sandra Schubert

Stargard                                           Malgorzata Jakubowska

Visby                                                Anna Sundström

Welikij Nowgorod                             Oleg Friga

Welikij Nowgorod                             Svestlana Razumovskaya

Welikij Nowgorod                             Nadegda Vasileva