Felix Hoffmann is an art and cultural scholar and has been chief curator of the C/O Berlin Foundation since 2005. As part of the Krupp Foundation's "Museum Curators for Photography" program, he has worked at the Fotomuseum in Munich, the Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden, and the Museum Folkwang in Essen. In addition to numerous books and texts, he has mounted international solo exhibitions such as Nan Goldin (2009), Peter Lindbergh, Robert Mapplethorpe (2010), Gordon Parks (2016), Boris Mikhailov (2019), so weie themed exhibition on the "uncannily familiar. Images of Terror" (2011), "The Last Image. Photography and death" (2018) curated. "How do current questions around what photography can be actually look like? That's what we should be talking about and reflecting on together."