Including: “Hug Me” trees, one man bunkers, a lonesome clown, a Kiwi and other olympic heroes, reminders on the pavements and artworks on “Devil’s Mountain.”
Heinz Sobiecki’s latest exhibition give us a fascinating insight into modern day Berlin, a vibrant cosmopolitan city rich with history, culture and creativity.
This curiously-titled exhibition is Heinz Sobiecki's 11th at Photospace Gallery since 2003, around when he retired from the world of commercial and fashion photography and began showing his personal work. Heinz came to New Zealand from Germany in 1955 and set himself up as a photographer. Throughout his career he managed to shoot photos for himself, and his earlier exhibitions here have been from that long period of work. He is still photographing actively in his 70s and has visited Berlin four times. The photographs in this exhibition are from his most recent trip there in 2015, and all of the prints are one-offs, hand-made in his own darkroom.
As to the name of the exhibition - I don't yet know what that's about. I guess it'll become apparent when we install the show, but you'll have to come to the gallery to find the answer.
Heinz's website is currently being updated - www.heinzsobiecki.com