has long been dealing with the behaviour of male football fans after
the game. Her work shows a very female perspective on the surroundings
of football stadiums.
By treating them digitally Daniela Finke gives her pictures a picturesque,
almost impressionistic impression. With her camera she follows the
successful German players of Turbine Potsdam.
is interested in the media presence of football players in Maribor,
the football stronghold of Slovenia. She herself will take on the
role of a football fan in several short films.
Jungrová (Czech Republic)
In her portraits Alzbeta Jungrová focuses on women who are
connected with football in a variety of ways: as ticket vendors,
football players and fans.
Korfmann (The Netherlands)
filmed football players on the pitch with a video camera. With specific
timing she chooses stills and compiles them into a picture sequence.
The overall picture becomes a glowing object in an electric cradle.
works as a landscape photographer traditionally with a large picture
camera (13x18 cm). In secluded places in Germany, England and Malaysia
she captures the melancholy of empty football pitches.
(Poland) approaches the topic inspired by the style of the famous
photo pioneer Eadweard Muybridge (1830 - 1904) studying the movement
of football players.
After the Iranian football team qualified for the 1998 World Cup
Zohreh Soleimani was able to photograph women in public as enthusiastic
football fans in the Teheran Azadi stadium for the first time.
received a commission for a project on the topic 'football'
from a Swiss sports journalist and art collector. She took Homer's
story of the Trojan war as a literary guide and transferred the
battle for Helena onto the terrain of the football game.