Tripped up stones and lithic wonders. A very rough and ready zine thrown together in a day and printed on a standard office printer – the photos get pretty abstract when the toner ran low.
This book is dedicated to my father – it is a book about the variety of picks. But it is also an invitation to my father to „pick variety“!
My father used one and the same tooth pick for years. The good piece slumbered in his jacket pocket. He spurned fresh produce from the supermarket, and attempts to bribe him came to nothing. An exotic had to be found!
Hand-stitched zine features photographs of roadside shrines, street altars and spontaneous symbols of remembrance taken in Mexico. A celebration of pop spirituality, everyday faith and the vibrancy of Mexican folk culture.
Although the ripped jean was a subcultural phenomenon, the trend became very popular in the 90s and was accepted by a variety of cultural influences, from Kurt Cobain to hip-hop, solidifying its place as a mainstream fashion element.
The #COVID19 project visually captured the model’s mood during the pandemic. the sense of isolation and nudity of the human facing an invisible enemy.
Country, home, body. Everybody experimented the limit. The limits between the inside and the outside. Us and the other.
These three dimensions are the thread for 50 years of my photography.
The Broken Body series is about the discrepancy between what is usually seen as such a strong, but in reality vulnerable and soft shell of the human being in contrast to the actual hardness and strength of splints or casts – and in the resulting handling of the human being, who in the end recollects his own strength. This book is the culmination of a journey of over ten years.
A visual roadtrip through the author’s life, which lasts for three decades meeting places, people and states of mind.
In the photo book CIRCUS, the glitz and glamor, but also the darker side of show business are to be shown. It is based on the Golden 20s, when there were more circuses than ever before.
We will present our approach to rethought photography in annual exhibitions, where we will present series of images on a jointly chosen overall theme. What each concept will have in common is that they are words that seem to have fallen somewhat out of time. The prelude is “Attitude” – and this is the exhibition catalog for this exhibition.