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Berlin Stories - a compilation of visual essays

Berlin Stories 6: Jason McGlade. Walking the Dog

Berlin Stories 6: Jason McGlade. Walking the Dog

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Berlin Stories 5: Michael Schulz. @berlinstagram

Berlin Stories 5: Michael Schulz. @berlinstagram

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Berlin Stories 4: Annette Hauschild. Last Days of Disco

Berlin Stories 4: Annette Hauschild. Last Days of Disco

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Berlin Stories 3: Ralph Mecke. Naked Jungle

Berlin Stories 3: Ralph Mecke. Naked Jungle

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Berlin Stories 2: Ed Broner. Vagabondage Diary

Berlin Stories 2: Ed Broner. Vagabondage Diary

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Berlin Stories 1: Ama Split & Riky Kiwy: Hundekopf. Die Berliner Ringbahn

Berlin Stories 1: Ama Split & Riky Kiwy: Hundekopf. Die Berliner Ringbahn

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On May 23, we celebrate the release of volumes 5 and 6! Please join us for the book launch party!

 

May 23, 2019, 8:30 pm
131 Chausseestraße
Chausseestraße 131a, 10115 Berlin

Pictures that could only be made in Berlin: a photo book series about and from Berlin, the city of art and a new feeling about life.

"Berlin nightlife, architecture and culture come into focus in a series of visual essays." Wallpaper, 2018

You'll find all genres of photography here, from classic street photography to personal sketches to staged portrait series. In a handy pocket-sized format, we're building a whole library of images of the capital, taken by the most prominet photographers working in the city today.

Volume 6 shows photographs by the British photographer Jason McGlade, who has been supplying magazines such as Hekmak, Tank, Intersection, and the Sunday Times Style Magazine for years. He also launched his own Frisbee-shaped magazine—FreeStyleMagazine—and is a co-organizer of worldwide Frisbee events. His Australian cattle dog Ozzy is always at his side, exploring McGlade’s adopted home town of Berlin and meeting bikers, skaters, and slackers.

Photographer Michael Schulz is who is behind the famous instagram account @berlinstagram. He is interested in the city's forms, colors, textures, weird niches, bright light, and the humor of the moment. For volume 5 Michael Schulz has opened up his archive and selected his favorites as well as images not published ever before.

Annette Hauschild is a storyteller—one who gets close to things and opens up to people; one who discovers places that enchant her, and as a result, the places that enchant her viewers. Volume 4 compiles three black-and-white series that deal with the changes in society that occurred after the fall of the Iron Curtain, as well as with old and new West Berlin.

Pictures by the fashion and portrait photographer Ralph Mecke are dark, mysterious, and charged with an idiosyncratic energy: his eye turns familiar places into new domains that open up to the imagination and serve as setting for the Who's Who of Berlin's cultural scene. Volume 3 is as much a book as it is a concept album.

Volume 2 plunges headlong into life: specifically, Ed Broner’s nightlife, which is presented here in a kind of photo album-cum-journal. It is a cynical, atmospherically intoxicating commentary on the desire for and addiction to pleasure, the presentation of luxury labels, and a selfie culture in love with details.

The series begins with a journey on the dog’s head-shaped railway encircling central Berlin. The French-Italian pair of photographers, Ama Split and Riky Kiwy, stopped at all of the twenty-seven stations, where both would shoot a thirty-six exposure roll of film capturing key aspects of the environment around each station.

 

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May 6, 2019

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