Manikins, seen in Munich
Some days ago, I read an article in SPIGEL ONLINE about a little village on the island Sardena /Italy called ORGOSOLO. It is about the mafia and the local culture there. I have visited the place some years ago w/o knowing the mafia-background. What I found there were the outstanding graffiti – I’d better call the ‘murales’ as the mexiacans name their monumental wall-paitnings. Here a (bit strange formated) set of photos, I took on that topic
I’ve started to work on a page about Munich: A mix with infos, history, videos and links about my home-town. Take a special attention to the chapter my view photos I took in different contexts. So far, the page is just the beginning with: | History | Quarters | Museum | Videos | Photos | my view | References | Enjoy… München / Munich / Monaco
There is a very special quarter in the north-east of Munich, just behind the Olympia-Park: BORSTEI. We took some photos
As you might know, our photo-arts goup LE4EL observes and documents processes at placed from four different angles. Here is comming up now a opportunity: KULTF4BRIK in Munich – This multi-dimensional with location discotheques, bars, startups, studios, workshops, etc will be demolished in the next years to build – as usual in Munich – offices and exclusive appartements. We’re taking the chance to show in our project the exciding location as it is still present and furthermore observe the destruction. Here a first impression:
We have been in Amsterdam / Holland. You can find there the typical channels, houses, bicycles,… My photos are showing the city from a different point of view. Have a look to the two series: Strange Togetherness
During the last exhibition of LE4EL on the “Luise Kiesselbach-Platz”, the shy showed threatening scenarios. Here the whole set about the SKY there
After visiting today the DEADLINE festival today, I was digging in my photo pool and I’ve found much more photos of graffities. So I have decided to set up a new page about it – Have a look to “Graffiti and Murales”
My photo artists group is on it’s next project: LUISE. The project page is set up. Also the LE4EL facebook page has some new posts about the project:
Proudly announcing the new page D&D:2views ARTS. This page is about a long term arts project. The projects is already running sind ~2008. Now first results can be enjoyed. Guess, what is it about.
During a short walk this sunday morning, I’ve found some interesting views. All the series can be found here: Munich – Westend This first photo is the window of a shot for truffles. The next one is the window of the “Münchner Federn Zentrale”
This bus, I’ve seen today in Munich, close to the residence. It remembers be to old movies of Heinz Erhardt, such as “Das kann unseren Willi doch nicht erschüttern“. Not that I like this kind of stuff, but it represents a kind of awareness of life of that time… ( more new photos also in D40OOM.eu [C] )
In June 2014, we have visited the island of Madeira / Portugal in the middle of the atlantic ocean. This place is really unique: The little island of about 20x50km contains a bunch of interesting sights which are offering great scenes for photographers. Let’s start with some street scenes of a small village in the mountains taken during their cherry festival. You will see, that it is not only about those fruits:
Proudly announcing, that the online magazine “THE VERGE” has applied my photo “white cat” to the article “Dark Arts – Meet the architects of Tumblr’s cyberpunk renaissance“. The photo has taken in TOKYO in the area of Shibuya. It’s processed with NIK’s SilverEffex.
…uses my “Flohmarkt Theresienwiese” on Facebook
Bavarian Brunch Bavarian Lunch Bavarian Snack our every-day-food here….
This was a photo taken in Munich / Hahnenstrasse. These are big windows on sidewalk level. I took the photos on a tour with MITTELPOL
Chinese whispers (geman: Stille Post) seen in Schönfeldstrasse / Munich on a photo tour with MITTELPOL
This was a photo taken ion the little place in Munich / Schönfeldstrasse. The building is the Bayereisches Staatsarchiv. It’s a compilation of windows around the place. I took the photos on a tour with MITTELPOL