Matthias Heiderich's Berlin
Self-taught photographer Matthias Heiderich has spent the past three years roaming around Berlin, snapping photos with his medium-format film camera and Pentax digital camera. During his "phototrips," usually conducted on bike while listening to electronic and neoclassical music, he keeps an eye out for "lines, patterns, colors, and interesting forms/shapes" and captures what he finds in often abstract and angular compositions. His Berlin is a place of saturated color and deep turquoise sky, of time-stopped buildings and signage. Many of these pieces are available for purchase as prints, and very affordable ones at that.
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- We first highlighted photographer Matthias Heiderich's abstract square snaps of the city of Berlin here and we're back for round two.
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- As a pioneering voice in the diffusion of modern art and design, Josef Albers's contributions to printmaking, color theory and pedagogy cannot be overstated.
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- Matthias Heiderich—you might have heard of him. We first debuted the self-taught photographer with his Berlin snaps, then most recently, his work of the UAE.
- Fourth time's the charm for photographer Matthias Heiderich. The self-taught snapper is back with his latest body of work featuring architecture spotted in Amsterdam, Hamburg, and Berlin.
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