GERMANY ISSUE 309 Nov 2011

JENS BÖSENBERG Berlin photographers

Jens Bösenberg introduces some of his new still life studies created at his studio in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

  • For client Getränke-Ring he photographed fascinating macro-detail images of drinks bottles.
  • Collaborating with the agency Nordsonne Identity, Jens developed and implemented the photographic concept for the latest Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (Friedrich-Ebert Foundation) annual report. For the photographs, everyday objects were dismantled into their individual parts and re-arranged on a neutral background, presenting them as works of art.
  • With the stylists from AD magazine, graphic-like stills were created that tell a story with a twinkle of irony.
  • Jens also photographed a series of architectural pictures at the new library of Humboldt University Berlin, the Jakob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm Centre by Swiss architect Max Dudler.

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