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BERNHARD HARTMANN

WORLD TRADE CENTER MTA TRAIN STATION

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Bernhard Hartmann manages to captivate our gaze by dedicating an unusual photographic series to New York. With a great sense of aesthetics and balance, he associates the most significant architecture with the colours and lights of the urban landscape to present authentic and highly contrasted points of view. He thus invites us on a journey, allowing us to surround ourselves with the architecture of the city that never sleeps! The old train station that was destroyed during the attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001 has now been replaced by a futuristic station that is the work of the illustrious Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. An architectural feat, the new complex located in Lower Manhattan won the "Design of the Year" award upon its inauguration in 2016. The combination of natural lighting and the sculptural form of the station offer the city of New York a highly original new public space to enjoy.

El artista

Nacido en Frankfurt en 1954, Bernhard Hartmann empezó su carrera como fotógrafo de prensa para un importante periódico alemán a los 14 años de edad. Más tarde, después de estudiar arte, se convirtió en fotógrafo paisajista. Creó imágenes dramáticas utilizando el cinemascope, las cuales con frecuencia son comparadas con las pinturas románticas de Caspar David Friedrich. Hartmann prefiere fotografiar lugares donde se practican y se expresan las artes.  ... Ver más Ver menos

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I love what is beautiful. The serenity of a beautiful garden and the grave of an architectural monument must provoke the same emotion for the viewer. They must be enchanted through their emotions.

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