Τρίτη, 12 Απριλίου 2016

Marie Elisabeth Lüders Haus

— Marie Elisabeth Lüders Haus

source:theenglishgroup.co.uk
 
Just some architectural photography of the amazingly ambitious Marie Elisabeth Lüders Haus in Berlin.Via: Geometry by 96dpi on Flickr.

Matthias Heiderich

Matthias Heiderich
Matthias Heiderich was born in 1982 in Bad Hersfeld, Germany.
He is a self-taught photographer currently living and working in Berlin. After finishing his university studies in the field of linguistics and phonetics he dedicated more time to his photography. Since 2007 Matthias has worked on a variety of different photographic projects – Colour Berlin, Winter Berlin, Snow Blind, White Noise, Funktionsorte – many of which are based in Berlin.
A minimalist, contemporary gesture is inscribed onto Heiderich’s photography, both formally and in its content.
Urban and suburban spaces comprise his preferred terrain, especially industrial regions that, despite their close ties to society, are often devoid of people. This context might suggest that the images produced are grey and melancholic—quite the contrary, these images are recordings of color and contrast.
“For a hundred years, architecture has been recognized as an undisputable trademark of German photography. From Albert Renger-Patzsch to Karl-Hugo Schmölz and of course Hilla and Bernd Becher, many innovators of architectural photography are indeed German. German photography has led the world into a new understanding of our relationship to the urban and man-made environment. It revealed how photographs of architecture are important, not only as art, but also as a testimony of time, trends and evolution, as documentary of buildings that have since been destroyed. Matthias Heiderich’s photos are not the exceptions to the rule. The influence of the German tradition is omnipresent in his work. With the same rigor and pragmatism as the Bechers, Heiderich also creates typologies of industrial buildings and structures. Just like them, he isn’t interested in the human form and yet each of his photos is full of humanity, emphasizing how each building is a product of human mind and skill.”
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm – edition of 10. 90×90 cm – edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm – edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm – edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm – edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm – edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm -edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm -edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
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Matthias Heiderich, Series: Reflexionen. Photography on fuji archival paper. 55×55 cm -edition of 10. 90×90 cm -edition of 5
 
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Matthias Heiderich