A old pic did by Vanja Vukovic. The location is the old entrance from the ECB which was a market hall. From October 1941, the National Socialists used the basement of the market hall as a collection point and the market hall train station for the deportation of Jewish men, women and children from Frankfurt and the surrounding area.
Note of the artist on this artwork minted as NFT on OpenSea: „Art is elitist. The not only economically sensitive situation restricts the art production of the artists. The purpose industry demands more and more decoration than art. My selection of the NFT s and just this ECB photograph has been striking and plan B of the production of my series „Ich ist ein Raum“. Nevertheless, I still find the image interesting. My idea behind the prize is a kind of lottery game, which seems more realistic to me with NFTs than any other game online. Maybe plan B will turn into plan A. And this photograph in particular seems to me predestined for that.“
Vanja Vukovic is an artist from Germany and create her art with the medias photography and video. Please take a look to the whole portfolio online.
She was born in Montenegro and moved to Germany at the age of four. She studied Communication Design / Photography at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences graduating with a diploma, including one semester of Media Arts at Portsmouth University, United Kingdom. A few years later she completed one year of studies in Fine Arts taught by Martha Rosler and Wolfgang Tillmans at the Städelschule in Frankfurt, Germany.
The main focus of Vanja Vukovic`s work is the urban space. Her art deals not so much with objects as with perceptions that lets the observer understand the recorded world. In the process, the genres of photography, photomontage, video and performance intertwine at times. This also includes observing photographic activity itself and detecting the camera’s spatial impact. She has published several books and catalogues. Her work has been shown internationally. She lives and works in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.