Tag: iran

Money, money! Prices and quality

Or why it is increasingly difficult to take the world elite’s luxury art industry serious. And why there are better deals at places no one has heard of… Take a close look at these three images:     The basic idea behind them is pretty similar. It’s a landscape shot in rainy weather through a window filled with raindrops. It’s a gray day; dark mood. … Read More Money, money! Prices and quality

Creating “People Of Islam” and why the Iraq War made me a photographer

I opened this exhibition with the subtitle – Photos From Iran, Iraq, Somaliland and Marrakech – on April 3, 2015. It has come about in a quite natural way. I have worked in some countries where Islam is of fundamental importance and so been exposed to the people living there as well as their problems – problems related to conflicts and war. I did fact-finding … Read More Creating “People Of Islam” and why the Iraq War made me a photographer

New exhibition – “People Of Islam”

  Welcome to my new exhibition  “People Of Islam” Selected images from Iran, Iraq, Marrakech and Somaliland April 3-6, 2015 – Easter – Every day 10-18 – after that by appointment only. About the exhibition People and milieus from Islam which the Western world is in constant conflict with. I did fact-finding in Iraq 2002 and 2003 and already before the war, the Iraqis … Read More New exhibition – “People Of Islam”

My 2012 PhotoGraphic Vernissage

I invite you to see some 70 selected works produced during 2012. If you want to skip my thoughts and go straight to the images, click here:Meditations ??? Mirrors ??? Collage ??? Abstracts & Patterns ??? Burundi Beauties ??? Iraq Before The War …