Hans-Joachim Uhlmann

Berlin-Ost, Museumsinsel, 1977

C-Print 2017
24 x 23 cm
Auflage 6 + 2 AP

Hans-Joachim Uhlmann (born 1942), architect and urban planner, received his first camera, an Agfa Silette, as a gift from his father, the sculptor Hans Uhlmann, when he was 14 and has been taking photographs ever since as a “self-taught photographer with a penchant for perfection,” as he says. He finds his motifs on his forays through everyday Berlin and other cities. In black and white and with strictly composed image composition, he succeeds in capturing atmospherically dense situations.

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