Annette Frick

Peaches

Annette Frick (b. 1957 in Bonn, lives and works in Berlin) has been working as a photographer and filmmaker for almost 40 years, chronicling the lifestyles and struggles of socially marginalized groups. As a companion to underground movements and as an activist, she draws attention to individuals in whose lives the confrontation with body images, sexuality and discrimination plays a special role. The large-format photographic portrait of the feminist musician, producer, director and performance artist Peaches is also based on this practice. Frick continuously accompanies members and advocates of the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bi, transgender and queer), punk and art scene with her camera, creating intimate and sometimes provocative images that document the struggle for recognition and equality. Frick’s works have been shown in screenings and exhibitions, including Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (2018); Filmkollektiv Frankfurt (2015); Berlin International Film Festival (2011); Museum Ludwig Cologne (2006); European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück (2005); Kunstmuseum Bochum (2004); Schwules Museum, Berlin (2003).



Peaches
2012/2018, Fine Art-Print on Photo Rag, 91 x 66 cm, edition of 3 + 2 AP, signed, dated and numbered
1.100 euro member, 1.400 euro non-member