We are thrilled to promote extensive exhibition, , at The Aedes Architecture Forum in Berlin, opening July 16, 2021, running through September 9, 2021.
“The disintegration of landscapes and architectures and the ensuing loss of social and cultural experiences are central to photographer Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s work.”
The exhibition features five bodies of work by Ursula Schulz-Dornburg: the reed houses from the Iraq, Marshland series; ancient rock caves inhabited by Christian Syrian monks on the Georgian-Azerbaijani border; the collective Lumbungs or rice store-houses from the Tana Toraja indigenous culture in Sulawesi; the Bugis Houses in Celebes and Yemen, from Sanaa to Mar’lb.
An accompanying catalog of the Yemen work will be available through the AEDES Architectural Forum (German only).
Read more about the exhibition
View the press release