Erwin Olaf presents a new series of photographs which were imagined after receiving the Vermeer price in 2011. The photographer decided to leave his studio for the first time: « The space was too limited. I wanted more more of it with architecture. Berlin is now the new center of Europe. We are living in a time that is in many ways comparable to the 20 ‘s. Once again, we’re dancing on a volcano, stuck as if between two wars. Everything could collapse tomorrow, or may be today because of the crisis.»
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