Last week we covered the Erwin Olaf exhibition in London. Now the same series, Berlin, is on view at the Hasted Kraeutler gallery in New York. The photographs of Erwin Olaf are intriguing for their preciousness, their sense of detail and their strangeness. Olaf has long worked in his studio with a whole team of designers, but for his new series, Berlin, he used the city as a backdrop, taking inspiration from the cinema; Berlin feels like a tribute to Visconti’s The Damned.
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