Stuttgart – We are all currently experiencing a historical moment in contemporary history that is still going on. Because of Corona, perspectives and sights arise that have probably never existed before, of deserted streets, of masked people, of a life at a distance.
The time since March last year is probably the most intense that Stuttgart has experienced since the city was destroyed in World War II. We see and experience images that were previously unimaginable, ”says Blanck.
His idea: a joint photo project by the Stuttgarter Zeitung and Stuttgarter Nachrichten, in which pictures are shown that our readers have made of their changed city, of their life in a state of emergency, of staying between home office and childcare.
Photos that remind us that we mastered the first part of the Corona crisis 2020 together, just as we will get through the coming weeks together, no matter how many negative surprises the virus still has in store.
The pictures will be shown in the photo project “Stuttgart despite
The world of most of us has shrunk significantly in the recent past due to social distancing, not traveling and meeting friends and family. Now that the days are getting longer again, the vaccinations against Corona have started and we can have the hope that the worst will soon be over, we want to broaden our perspective again: How did our readers experience the time of the pandemic? How did you capture your experience photographically?
The pictures shown in this article by local photographers in the categories of public space, culture, home and life should serve as possible inspiration. Click through the picture gallery!
The closing date for entries is January 31st.
Submit your pictures here: Photos with a distance
From March 10th to 24th, one year after the first contact restrictions began, we will also – if the pandemic allows it by then – exhibit selected pictures in the Stadtpalais – Museum für Stuttgart. This exhibition is supported by the Prolab photo laboratory and the Stuttgart trams (SSB).