berlin, mitte, 2017
hey, we’ve found a (old) harry gelb while visiting documenta 14 in kassel in july.
one of the pictures from my ‘container love’ exhibition that btw. is still ongoing until 23rd february 2017 at the freiluftgalerie in berlin friedrichshain :-)
a house in cologne ehrenfeld. unfortunately i haven’t found any information on the artist. so if you can help out please do it in the comment section below :)
yes, it’s an actual spiderweb and not something metaphorical this time :)
from the tomás saraceno exhibition in the k21 ständehaus in düsseldorf.
these spiderwebs are actually not the main attraction but a giant steel wire net in three levels about 25 meters above the ground that you can climb into if you don’t have a problem with getting a bit of vertigo… i found it to be a lot of fun.
some excellent street photography (and of course other carrying people) can be found just one click away at https://125tel.wordpress.com/
this was shot in düsseldorf some weeks ago.
this is a detail of the sculpture tiger&turtle – magic mountain by heike mutter and ulrich genth in duisburg. i liked the backdrop a lot.
or at least not really hieroglyphs… found at waterlooplein station, amsterdam. this is an artwork by dutch artist martijn engelbregt.
this picture is quite unusual for me because it has people in it. lots of people, even painted people. it won’t happen again soon.
the anwohnerpark (local residents park) by the office for subversive architecture osa in cologne.
be careful at the edge!
what a great idea! between a lot of (interesting!) ancient roman and greek sculptures suddenly this piece (nature study, 1984) by the great louise bourgeois struck us! hats off to the ny carlsberg glyptotek in copenhagen. we are absolutely thrilled.
and why do i always have to think of henry mancini when i look at this photo? ;)
some more pictures from my first visit at the om-d photography playground. this time i included some of the exhibits as well as the location. i think all of the pictures have been taken with the om-d and the kit lens (12-50mm). please have a look at the gramophone needle. this was taken at iso6400. i think the quality is quite amazing.
the playground was closed last friday by the way. i hope there will be some similar projects coming.
after (very) little research i found out that this sculpture by berlin-based artist joachim schmettau had been away for restoration (and if you have a look at the wikipedia page linked above you can see why this was good idea) and those were the days when it was put back into its place at altonaer strasse, berlin tiergarten. it’s descriptively adequately called hand mit uhr and was made in 1975.
this was shot with my pentacon six on kodak 400 tmax at most probably f4 with the carl zeiss jena biometar 80mm lens.
kugeln is balls in english.
a light installation under a bridge at the end of kaskelstrasse, berlin lichtenberg. i always thought of it as a giant tongue but a passerby planted another interpretation into my head by asking what i thought it was – a tongue or a red blood cell. what do you think? i’m still going with tongue…
(shot with both the m.zuiko 45mm and the panaleica 25mm (and a tripod))