Last spring, I had the wonderful opportunity to go to the north of Germany for one week on a kick-ass scholarship and visit an amazing place by the name of Deichtorhallen (Hamburg).
The exhibition that was going on there featured sceneries shot by Wim Wenders bringing together almost 60 images, taken from 1983 to 2011 in Salvador, Brazil; Palermo, Italy; Onomichi, Japan to Berlin, Germany; Brisbane, Australia, Armenia and the United States.
Scroll down at the end of the page to read a great quote by Wim Wenders.
I am not the author of these images. All rights go to Wim Wenders and Wenders Images. http://www.deichtorhallen.de
Walled In,2005. Digital c-print. 131 x 125 cm. Courtesy Wenders Images.
Dinosaur and Family, California, 1983
The Chopper, 2005. Digital c-print. 124.5 x 125 cm. Courtesy Wenders Images.
Street Corner Butte, Montana, 2003
Cowboy Clown, Brisbaine, 2006
Sun Bather, Palermo, 2007
Policeman, Heiligendamm, 2007
“When you travel a lot, and when you love to just wander around and get lost, you can end up in the strangest spots. I have a huge attraction to places. Already when I look at a map, the names of mountains, villages, rivers, lakes or landscape formations excite me, as long as I don’t know them and have never been there … I seem to have sharpened my sense of place for things that are out of place. Everybody turns right, because that’s where it’s interesting, I turn left where there is nothing! And sure enough, I soon stand in front of my sort of place. I don’t know, it must be some sort of inbuilt radar that often directs me to places that are strangely quiet, or quietly strange.”
This portrait of Michael Haneke was chosen for the Cannes film festival 2012. It was shot by Benni Valsson.
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Leni Riefenstahl, Anna May Wong and Marlene Dietrich, George Bernard Shaw at Pierre Ball. Berlin (1928).
Photographer : Alfred Eisenstaedt
NB – Check out Leni Riefenstalh’s famous documentary “Triumph of the Will” here .
American photographer Sandro Miller (1958-), professionally better known as Sandro, has been a photographer for over thirty years. He makes ad campaigns for major brands and editorial work for well known magazines, but at the same time focuses on his personal projects.
Amongst the various photography books Sandro released over the past 13 years are American Bikers, Imagine Cuba and El Matador.
His series Malkovich Sessions is a collection of portraits of John Malkovich taken throughout the last eleven years. They even shot a small experimental film together which will be posted on our Facebook page. Like us here.
I am not the author of these images. All rights go to the amazing SANDRO (www.sandrofilm.com)
Most likely shot in 2003, on the set of Fanny & Alexander (1982), here is Ingmar Bergman with his favorite actor Erland Josephson laying in bed together and having a good laugh ! (Unknown photographer).
I am not the author of this image.
NB – Check out Ingmar Bergman on the cover of Time Magazine here.
In 1968, Franklin Schaffner directed the original “Planet of the Apes”. It starred Charlton Heston and Kim Hunter.
It is based on the french tale “La Planète des Singes” written by Pierre Boulle.
Check out this behind the scenes photo of Charlton Heston reading during the making of this movie (unknown photographer).
I am not the author of this image.