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Jörg DICKMANN

BIRD'S NEST II

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Born in 1973 in Sauerland, the artist Jörg Dickmann moved to Munich in the south of Germany. A self-taught photographer, he became interested in the subject from childhood, learning from his father’s example, who was inseparable from his SLR. In the early days, he took polaroid snapshots during his holidays, for fun and with no particular ambition. His talent for shooting and digital post-production treatment developed in the late 1990s. Armed with a digital reflex, he started to broadcast his images on social networks; these were later published in various German magazines (Foto Praxis, Focus or ELLE City). Jörg Dickmann’s favourite themes are urban landscapes, street scenes, architecture, and the energy of light. A keen globetrotter, he mainly produces shots with long exposure, focusing on the chromatic wealth of cities once night has fallen.  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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When he started out in Düsseldorf, Jörg Dickmann was initially interested in the work of influential artists such as Andreas Gursky, Thomas Struth, or Thomas Ruff, and particularly the German Objectivist movement initiated by the photographer couple Bernd and Hilla Becher at the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf. His unique style was affirmed on his many escapades across the globe. Focusing mainly on urban photography, he travelled to Beijing, the Chinese capital that possesses an incredible palette of colours, for those able to tame them. A political, economic, and cultural centre, the city is renowned for its ancient architecture, palaces, imperial gardens, and temples. Today, it is undergoing major transformations and owes its international renown to its contemporary buildings. The Beijing National Stadium is represented in this photograph, also nicknamed the Bird’s Nest, owing to the unique form of its steel architecture, designed by Swiss architects Herzog & De Meuron and at the recommendation of contemporary Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. It represents the Summer Olympic Games of 2008 and hosted the athletics competitions, the final phase of the football tournament, as well as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

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11 dicembre 2017

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