This Wednesday, March 6th 2013, London’s Hamiltons Gallery will open its doors to an exhibition of Erwin Olaf's most recent series ‘Berlin’. This project marks a clear break from his previous practice – previously, the artist had in most cases built sets in his studio and created his photographs there. The series ‘Berlin’, however, has been created entirely on location in six different historical locations of the grand city Berlin.
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