Jürgen Strasser sees himself as an autonomous, visual artist, lives between Wiesbaden and Worpswede and his workplace is the world. Since 2016 he has been responsible for the "RAW Photo Triennale Worpswede" and in 2021 he took over the project and artistic direction of the Wiesbaden Photo Days. He is a member of the BBK and an appointed member of the German Society for Photography (DGPh).
Björn Herrmann († April 6, 2023) is an author, curator and copywriter. Between 2012 and 2017 he curated the anniversary exhibition “Myth and Modernity – 125 Years of the Worpswede Artists’ Colony” in Worpswede – at times also as provisional artistic director of the Great Art Show. In 2020 he was part of the team for the online format RAW-FREI-HAUS.
Daria Bona is a curator and photo historian based in Cologne. From 2019 to 2022, she was a fellow in the Museum Curators of Photography programme of the Krupp-Foundation and worked in the photography collections of the Museum Folkwang in Essen and the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, among others. She has studied art history, Romance languages and literature, and international art management.
Julia Bunnemann is the curator of Photoworks,
a platform for contemporary photography in England, where she is responsible for the development and
implementation of the curatorial programme, including the Photoworks Festival and curatorial collaborations. Recent projects include the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 4 and Laia Abril’s On Rape: And Institutional Failure in collaboration with the V&A Parasol Foundation Women in Photography Project.
Cale Garrido is a photo editor and curator based in Hamburg. She focuses primarily on social issues and climate justice when in her work on documentary and artistic photography projects, exhibitions, and publications. She sat on the curatorial team of the 8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg in 2022 as its coordinating curator.
Wolfgang Zurborn pursued his education in photography in Dortmund and Munich. He received the German
Society for Photography’s Otto Steinert Award in 1985, and his book Drift won the German Photographic Book Prize in 2008. His artwork has been displayed in exhibitions worldwide. He has co-managed the Lichtblick Gallery in Cologne for 37 years and established the Lichtblick School in 2010. Zurborn leads workshops all over the world and has been a member of the board of the German Photographic Academy (DFA) since 1998.