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Caroline Pankert

Caroline Pankert

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Profession: Photographer
Location: Eupen , Belgium
Home base: Eupen, Belgium
URL: http://www.carolinepankert.com
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Languages spoken: german, english, french, dutch
Journal: http://carolinepankert.tumblr.com/
Skype: Carolinepankert carolinepankert
Mobile phone (while in Eupen): +32493410838
Mobile phone: +32.493.410838
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Emergency notes: Contact +32.87.742151.
Blood type: A Rh+
Last login: 8 months ago
Member since: 26 Oct 2006 11:10

About

Caroline Pankert is a freelance photographer from Belgium, currently based in East Belgium, close to the German border. After studying visual arts and photography in Brussels and Liège, Caroline has lived and worked as a photographer in Belgium, Australia and Germany. Her work focuses around portrait and documentary photography.

Caroline has worked for the international news agency Agence France Presse in Berlin and in Melbourne.
She speaks German, English and French and is available for short and long term assignments.

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Recent Post

Black Saturday - Exhibition

Aftermath of the Australian bushfires from February 7, 2009

The young Belgian photographer Caroline Pankert presents her latest work “Black Saturday – Aftermath of the Australian bushfires” from May 21 to June 25, 2010 at the “AusstellungsOrt Burjuar” in Berlin.

On Saturday 7th February 2009, southeast Australia was ravaged by the worst bushfires the country had ever seen. A series of raging infernos claimed 173 lives, as well as hundreds of casualties. On this day, entire country towns were wiped off the map.

But what about the people who survived the fires? How do they live now, having lost everything they owned? And why do people risk their lives in order to save their houses from burning?

Inspired by these questions, Caroline Pankert took a closer look at the aftermath of the fires in the southeast Australian town of Traralgon South and documented this photographically between April and May 2009.

The exhibition will be accompanied by interviews of the victims, held and written by the Australian journalist Melina Schamroth, as well as a slide show with photos taken by residents in the night of the fires and the days after.

Opening: May 20, 2010 from 7pm
Exhibition: May 21 to June 25, 2010
AusstellungsOrt Burjuar, Brunnenstrasse 188 – 190, 10119 Berlin (2. courty. right)
Opening hours: Mon – Thur 10 am – 6 pm, Fri 10 am – 4 pm, Sat & Sun closed

26 Apr 2010 15:04 | 0 replies

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