Jorg DICKMANN

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Jörg Dickmann was born in 1973 in Sauerland, Germany. He started taking photos as a child, his father always had his SLR camera with him, photography has therefore always been a part of his life. In the beginning he only took holiday snapshots, just for the fun of it, with no serious ambition. This changed when the possibilities of digital processing revolutionized photography. When he bought his first DSLR, he began to experiment. There was a huge improvement in the quality of his work and he began to take photography more and more seriously and professionally. After publishing his work on the web, he received a huge amount of positive feedback from professional photographers. His photos were published in several German magazines: Foto Praxis, Focus, ELLE City, Which motivated him to find his own photographic style. His work focuses mainly on urbanism, architecture and nightscapes. Jörg has always been self-taught and wants to show his own view of the world. He doesn't want to copy reality, he wants to create his own  ... See more See less

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Starting out in Dusseldorf, Jorg Dickmann was initially interested in the work of influential artists, particularly the objectivist movement initiated by the photographer couple Bernd and Hilla Becher. They captured the German industrial heritage in an extremely rigorous manner: neutral lighting, centring of the subject, and a frontal view. Mainly focusing on urban photography, Jorg Dickmann travelled to the Vatican, an enclave in the heart of the Italian capital of Rome. The smallest state in the world is that of the Holy See and all of the institutions of the Roman Catholic Church. This state was created on 11 February 1929 based on the terms of the Lateran Treaty, signed by Mussolini's Italy and the Holy See of Cardinal Gasparri. In this image, Jog Dickmann photographs the Bramante staircase in the Vatican museums. Incorrectly attributed to Donato Bramante, it was created by Giuseppe Momo in 1932.

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07 March 2019

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