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Ben de Biel: Total Demo Black and white print on archival paper (Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta) - 2013
Ben de Biel: Tacheles Bus C-print on archival paper (Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta) - 2013
Ben de Biel: Berlin Mitte III, 1990 Black and white print on archival paper (Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta) - 2013
Ben de Biel: Chris Driving, Rosenthalerstr. 1993 30 x 40 cm, unframedEdition of 10 + 2 A.P. ?Black and white print on archival paper (Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta) - 2013
We are now releasing in our webstore Ben de Biel's legendary black-and-white photographic series 'Berlin Mitte: 1990-1994' in various formats.
When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, artists, punks, anarchists, squatters, visionaries, and oddballs discovered the no-man’s-land behind it—a practically lawless zone in the heart of the city. Unbridled creativity was unleashed in the free spaces among the crumbling façades of old buildings.
"For several years I climbed numerous rooftops to make pictures, over and over again. For a long time I didn't know exactly why; I simply felt attached to these strange, unknown and obscure places.
In June 1984, two Cologne photographers made their way to Berlin. Their ambitious goal was to document the inner-city section of the Wall along its length of over 18 kilometres without any gaps.
In Lago, Ron Jude returns to the California desert of his early childhood as if a detective in search of clues to his own identity.
Gerry Johansson: Tokyo is a visual journey through a city at once futuristic and obsolete, its visionary design worn out – like that of a past era.
Aleix Plademunt’s photographic series Almost There was spurred on by the arrival of a postcard, 101 years late.