Postmodernism liberated orthodox art history. After modernism, artists wanted to look beyond the opposing ideals of romanticism and realism. In postmodernism, abstract forms are given deeper meanings. Postmodernists don't want to impose ideals on society. They do not resist the chaos, but they embrace the disorder of society. Postmodernism is a movement without being a movement. Artists adopt different historical styles and combine them with new forms. All past expressions of art are mixed and blended in new digital montage techniques. Photography is no longer seen as a way of documenting reality but as a genuine art medium. Our exhibition "Postmodern Photomontages" presents unorthodox photographs by Axelle Van Meel, Chris Hammerton, Claudio Ahlers, Claudio Parentela, Diana Nigmatova, Dima Bartenev, Ann Nikonenok, Jorg Karg, Nelson González Leal, Sofia Dalamagka, and Magda Jackowska.