European Prospects
Exploring European Identity through Photography
Volker Schrank (b. 1965) is a German photographer who lives and works in Stuttgart, Germany. He became well-known for his collection Stars of Truth, which portrayed Germany's major television newscasters in a new artistic way. In his work, Schrank devotes himself to the photographic exploration of myths.

Die 68er

from Die 68er, 2013 © Volker Schrank/bildkultur

Die 68er

The figure “68“ denotes a decade of uprising. Youth rebelled not only in Germany, but across Europe, strongly opposing the existing power structures of the time, the education systems, the...

from Die 68er, 2013 © Volker Schrank/bildkultur

Die 68er

The figure “68“ denotes a decade of uprising. Youth rebelled not only in Germany, but across Europe, strongly opposing the existing power structures of the time, the education systems, the...

from Die 68er, 2013 © Volker Schrank/bildkultur

Die 68er

The figure “68“ denotes a decade of uprising. Youth rebelled not only in Germany, but across Europe, strongly opposing the existing power structures of the time, the education systems, the...

from Die 68er, 2013 © Volker Schrank/bildkultur

Die 68er

The figure “68“ denotes a decade of uprising. Youth rebelled not only in Germany, but across Europe, strongly opposing the existing power structures of the time, the education systems, the...

from Die 68er, 2013 © Volker Schrank/bildkultur

Die 68er

The figure “68“ denotes a decade of uprising. Youth rebelled not only in Germany, but across Europe, strongly opposing the existing power structures of the time, the education systems, the...