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Thomas Graichen’s “An der Grenze des Lichts” (“The Liminality of Light”) exhibition, Berlin, DE

Posted 6 November, 2008 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

Thomas Graichen is having a show of mostly pinhole and long-exposure photography as part of the 3rd European Month of Photography Berlin. He writes:

If you are in or near Berlin (Germany), I would like to invite you to my second solo exhibition called “An der Grenze des Lichts” (“The Liminality of Light”), which is a part of the 3rd European Month of Photography Berlin. The exhibition is spread across two locations in Berlin: the Galerie RS21 Berlin and the Babylon Berlin Mitte. Most of the images were created using pinhole cameras and/or long time exposures.

The first part of the exhibition will open on saturday 8th of november [2008] at 7pm at Galerie RS21 Berlin and the second part on tuesday 11th of november at 6pm at Babylon Berlin Mitte. More information about the exhibition and some sample images can be found here and at the pages of the 3rd European Month of Photography Berlin (see also here
and
here)

Both Graichen’s work and the Month of Photography in general look very interesting, so if you’re near Berlin, check it out! You can see more of Graichen’s work at his web site, meer-berlin.org.

Photographs © copyright Thomas Graichen. Used with permission.

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