As part of the Hamburg Triennial, a solo exhibition of the work of German photographer Henrik Spohler was just closed at the Barlach Halle gallery. While most of the exhibitions at the Triennial take a subjective look at the influence of digital imagery on our perception, the exhibition When Millennium Begins tries to document the profound changes brought by globalization and intense consumership to the aesthetics of the landscapes and the logistics of space.
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