Danila Tkachenko ∇ Restricted Areas

Solo show by Danila Tkachenko
Part of European Month of Photography Berlin 2016
Exhibition: 16 September – 28 October 2016
EMOP opening party with DJ-Set: 6 October, 7pm


The series «Restricted Areas» was realized by Danila Tkachenko in 2013-2015. It shows the human impulse towards utopia, the endeavour for perfection through technological progress. For «Restricted Areas», Danila Tkachenko travelled thousands of kilometers in search of places which used to be of great importance for the idea of technological progress in the former Soviet Union. These places have lost their significance, along with the utopian ideology they emerged from and which has become obsolete in the end of the last century. Tkachenko’s photographs bear witness of what remains after the progress has come to a halt.

30 years after Tschernobyl, the biggest nuclear catastrophe in history, Fotogalerie Friedrichshain and Danila Tkachenko combine efforts to reconsider their common socialist heritage.
The exhibition at Fotogalerie Friedrichshain will present a deeper perspective on «Restricted Areas», complementing it with archival material and additional data, cultural and historical references to the objects in the series.


Find the exhibition on the website of European Month of Photography 2016

Press release Danila Tkachenko Restricted Areas

Lomography.com Magazine Article

Berlino Cacchio e Pepe Magazin: Restricted Areas- Mostra di Danila Tkachenko

Popular Mechanics

Urban Mining

Dekoder Article

Lonely Planet Travel Portal

Zeit Online

Artikel der Berliner Morgenpost als Pdf

Artikel der Berliner Zeitung als Pdf



The East Germans receive for the first time the West German currency in the night of 1st July 1990, East Berlin Copyright by: ANN-CHRISTINE JANSSON

Ann-Christine Jansson – Umbrüche 1980-1995

Exhibition: 30 November 2018 – 26 Januar 2019

Opening: 29 November 2018, 7pm


Adopting an outsider’s perspective, the Berlin based Swedish photographer Ann-Christine Jansson provides aunique account of East German and West German history.

Spiegel Online – Wie eine Schwedin die Mauerstadt erlebte

Monopol Magazin – Es war einmal in Berlin

Frankfurter Rundschau – Berliner vor und nach der Wende

Sveriges Radio

FOTOGALERIE Friedrichshain
Helsingforser Platz 1
10243 Berlin


Tel +49 30 296 16 84

Opening Hours:
Tue – Sat: 2-6 pm ❘ Thu: 10 am – 8 pm

Free entrance

S- and U-Bahnhof Warschauer Straße / Tram M10 and M13

Closing days 2019:

3. October
24. – 26. December
31. December