On 16 August 2013, the exhibition I See Europe! was launched at the Kunstbezirk Gustav-Siegle-Haus in Stuttgart, Germany. The exhibition presented 19 European photographers taking their personal look at Europe as lived and turning their observations into a multi-faceted photo essay.
I See Europe! Launch
The I See Europe! exhibition at the Kunstbezirk Gustav-Siegle-Haus was launched on 16 August 2013 and presented 19 European photographers taking their personal look at Europe as lived and turning their observations into a multi-faceted photo essay. The artists exhibiting work were Arnis Balcus (Latvia), Katharina Gaenssler (Germany), Julian Germain (UK), Ken Grant (UK), Martin Kollar (Slovakia), Geraldine Lay (France), Eva Leitolf (Germany), Frederic Lezmi (Germany), Søren Lose (Denmark), Andreas Meichsner (Germany), James Morris (UK), Marcella Müller (Germany), Krzysztof Pacholak (Poland), Jordis Antonia Schlösser (Germany), Volker Schrank (Germany), Corinne Silva (UK), Laurenz Theinert (Germany), Remigijus Treigys (Lithuania) and Arturas Valiauga (Lithuania). At the exhibition opening, a 2,000 Euro special award, sponsored by Südwestbank AG, was presented to Andreas Meichsner for his project Arkadia, which examines life in Dutch holiday home parks.