I was given the opportunity to display some of the photographs I took during the last years. You can find the flyer for the exhibition here.
The focus of the exhibition will be on architecture, urban life and portraits. There will also be some surreal and abstract work. I would prefer if you just came by and took a look at the pictures. In case you are too curious to wait, scroll down for a few examples of my work.
The Vernissage will take place on February 4th 2011, 7pm. It’s a Friday evening, and I hope you will find the time to join me and bring some friends along.
After the Vernissage, the pictures will be on display from February 5th to March 5th 2011.
Both the Vernissage and the exhibition will be located at Max Planck Institute for Human Developement, Lentzeallee 94 in 14195 Berlin. The U3 station Breitenbachplatz is very close. The opening hours of the institute are Monday through Friday 8am – 7pm, and Saturday 9am – 1pm. There is no entry fee.
There will also be a lottery at the exhibition. You won’t be able to win a car; neither will you be able to win a photograph of a car. What you can win though is a large print of a picture of your choice, including a large frame.
There will also be free booze and awesome people in great numbers.
I’ll see you there.
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I’d like to thank anybody who attended the vernissage, and came to see my photographs during the four weeks of exhibition. There were more than three times as many people at the vernissage as the organizer expected (and they’ve been doing these exhibitions for over 15 years). The booze ran dry rather quickly, but you stayed anyway – thank you.