Matthias Haker

Empire State

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After portraying cities such as Berlin or London, Matthias Haker travelled to New York where, armed with his digital reflex camera, he captured the inherent vibrations and energy of the metropolis. His photographs are taken from a distanciated and particularly elevated point of view, offering a vertiginous overview of the city and its massive infrastructure. This photograph puts the Manhattan peninsula into perspective from the Empire State Building, thus revealing other famous monuments such as the Manhattan or Brooklyn bridges.

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Matthias Haker

Matthias Haker was born 1984 in Potsdam, Germany. In 2008, he bought his first digital SLR camera and started to take photography serious pretty soon after. Matthias specializes in architectural, landscape and urban topics as well as the photography of decaying buildings. His images appeared in various magazines around the world and have been shown in various exhibitions in London, Berlin and Paris.

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