Venezuela was once home to a flourishing Jewish community. When Hugo Chávez was elected president in 1998, an estimated 25.000 Jews lived in the tropical country. Today, only 7000 remain.
A dear German friend watching an image from the the “Rio Arauca” series of mine exhibited at one of the most important photo events of Germany, the Phototopia in Hamburg. This is one of my aims I point at doing […]
Hamburg: One of the most important photography event of Germany, the Photopia in Hamburg, will open its gates to the general public. A small selection of my “Rio Arauca” series will be shown as part of the ProfiFotoAward exhibition. Photopia […]
Exhibition “Auf Grund” will close its doors today. 3th of october, 2022, Berlin: Last chance to see the “Rio Arauca” series at Bethanienkirche, Berlin. My contribution to a group exhibition with several colleagues, including Kristina Popov and Dominik Maringer. Photographs […]
29th of june of 2022. Oberstdorf: Proud to be sharing space with colleagues like Michael Martin at the German photo summit in Oberstdorf, the “highest” photo event of Europe. Read exhibition programme including my contribution here.
Ostkreuzschule based in Berlin announces opening of exhibition Auf Grund, contributing myself with “Rio Arauca” series. Opening night: 29.9.2022, 7 pm, Bethanien, Berlin! See brochure referring to all photographers participating here.
One of many motivating aspects of my work is that I get to meet people who live exemplary lifes. On assignment for German NGO Sparkassenstiftung, I portrayed Venezuelans who migrated to Colombia and in midst of difficulties became self-employed with […]