Debora Ruppert is a photographer based in Berlin. Her genuine black-and-white portraits tackle the problem of social injustice of people on the fringes of society. She portraits men and women in an authentic and graceful manner, and captures the beauty of all kinds of different places all over the globe - this may be a slum in Malawi, the aftermath of an earthquake in Haiti, a magical gypsy wedding in New Zealand, or arcane Sadhu Babas in India.
To get an overview of her recent project with homeless people from her hometown Berlin, please go to www.street-life-berlin.com

 

2017 - "Kein Raum - Begegnungen mit obdachlosen Menschen" - Galerie Kolaborativ  

2017 - "Du siehst mich" - FreiRaum - Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin 

2016 - "Portraits @LaGeSo - personal stories and encounters" - Ortstermin Moabit, Berlin 

2016 - "Refugees arriving in Berlin" - Transforum Konferenz Hohenschönhausen, Berlin

2014 - "Streets of Berlin" - Transforum Konferenz Hohenschönhausen, Berlin   

2012 - "Life is long enough for..." - Gruppenausstellung Coffee Academy - Mitte, Berlin 

2011 - "Faces" - FreiRaum - Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin 

2010 - "Beauty for Ashes" - Mehr-Generation Haus - Lemgo 

2009 - "Beziehungsweise Leben" - Klaus Abendbrot - Friedrichshain, Berlin 

2009 - "Street Art" - Artland - Freakstock-Festival - Borgentreich 

2009 - "Street Art" - Zeitprojekt - Friedrichshain, Berlin 

2009 - "Beauty for Ashes" - Prima Center Berlin - Wedding, Berlin

 2012 - Canon Photo Award - „Life is long enough for ...“ - Berlin, Germany 

 2013 - Klaus Stemmler Stiftung - „Trust“ - third prize - Berlin, Germany

 2017 - Bezirksamt Pankow - Kunst & Kulturförderung Fotoprojekt                           Begegnung mit obdachlosen Menschen in Pankow