The photographic work of Annette Frick (*1957, DE) is considered uncompromising and non-conformist. Since the 1990s, Frick has been portraying Berlin's subculture and the city's architectural upheaval. Portraits, scenic images, urban studies, montages – in her works, which radiate a strong political as well as poetic force, the artist addresses conflicts within representational culture, identity, sexuality and history. Passionately documenting the queer underground scene of post-reunification Berlin in her clear black-and-white analogue photographs, Annette Frick captures moments of fragility and subversive radicalism that allow her to take a particular perspective on contemporary queer life in the city. Annette Frick has always demonstrated a critical attitude towards the architectural and social façade of the German capital.