Peter Lindbergh is one of the most influential fashion photographers of the past forty years. Apart from his iconic images, with which Lindbergh helped create the supermodel phenomenon in the 90s, this show brings together around many unseen films, storyboards, props, polaroids and contact sheets. Lindbergh favors capturing natural beauty, dislikes superficial trends or any form digital manipulation to his work. He works relentlessly, sleeps little and travels lots finding inspiration along the way.
This show is a great collection of down and unknown work by Lindbergh. Lindbergh’s predominantly black and white photographs that capture the fleeting moment opened up a new dimension of realism in fashion photography, revolutionizing the visual idiom of the well-known magazines and fashion labels. There are expressive portraits of the who-is-who in the worlds of fashion, music, dance, and film of the last decades; Jil Sander, Giorgio Armani, Jean Paul Gaultier, Tina Turner, Madonna, Pina Bausch, Pharell Williams, and many others. You can also find many interview sequences with the artist and get a glimpse