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DAVID BREUN usually brings us transportation photography and is now presenting landscape photos. “I am part of an exhibition in Berlin at the really amazing location Rathenau Halls in the Treptow Ateliers (Wilhelminenhofstrasse 83–85, 12459 Berlin).” The photographer not only depicts the beauty of landscapes in high-res, large-scale photographs, he also shows structures, colors and intricate idiosyncrasies. “One can almost feel the elements and minerals which have shaped the Earth. The often rough and barren landscape shows a subtle interplay of colors which is why these seemingly inhumane natural settings always have a fascinating beauty inherent to them.” He also presented a video installation of the new project entitled ‘Elements’ in the exhibition ‘TERRA’.
Michele Caliari about his works : “In my photography, I draw inspiration from the scientific photography of the nineteenth century. During this period, the mountain was depicted with a directness which shows its beauty but also its raw brutality. We perceive the “beautiful mountains” at the same time with awe and fear. But, however personal the image of mountains may be for us – what ultimately remains is the absolute distance of nature.”
In the Treptow Ateliers, 25 artists, filmmakers, designers, photographers and curators of various ages from more than fifteen European and non-European countries work around the clock. Over the past ten years, a heterogeneous, constantly renewing community has emerged there, which promotes and supports one another precisely because of this strong diversity. This creative and cultural exchange, as well as networking with artists from other studio houses and cities, are an important part of the daily work of Berlin’s creative industry.
The vernissage took place at 7.00pm on 26 November, 2021. Admission was possible for the vaccinated and recovered (2G rule). Afterwards two days from 27 – 28 November, 4.00pm to 8.00pm. The two photographers attended throughout all dates.
Vernissage : 26 November, 2021, 7.00pm
27-28 November, 2021, 4.00pm to 8.00pm
Treptow Ateliers / Wilhelminenhofstraße 83-85, 12459 Berlin
GoSee: David Breun, Michele Caliari & Treptow Ateliers
24.11.2021 show complete article
“Never before has an RS model been so full of energy as the Audi RS e-tron GT. Its technical brilliance goes far beyond anything that can be expressed in performance data. These values are what defines the thoroughly forward-looking characteristics of this top-of-the-line Audi model. The Audi RS e-tron GT combines performance and progressiveness without compromise.” AUDI is thrilled to tell us about the new model, shown here in the special Tactical Green finish.
Transportation specialist DAVID BREUN staged the machine as part of a personal spread with model Dennis Drömer against an architectural backdrop in Berlin. David Breun tells us about the vehicle: “The Audi RS e-tron GT is really a very cool car and is just being launched. Cruising around Berlin with this powerful machine was a totally new and different experience. You definitely notice that this car only wants to do one thing – accelerate… Which we of course took complete advantage of on the Autobahn.”
We quote Audi again : “The 800-volt lithium-ion battery integrated into the flat underbody of the Audi e-tron GT, with a gross capacity of 93.4 kWh, offers extremely high performance compared to conventional 400-volt systems – whether you are charging or driving. In combination with the recuperation system, it provides a range of up to 472 km according to the WLTP test procedure.”
Post production was in the hands of Dock2Studios from Hamburg. The post perfectionists from Dock2 were also on set : “which was of course more than helpful for the whole creative process.” See the entire extensive series on the website of David Breun. GoSee : audi.de////////rs-e-tron-gt & dbreun.de//AUDI-etron-GT-RS
26.09.2021 show complete article
In cooperation with car designer Benjamin Louis and his interpretation of the 2021 DeLorean that can travel through time, DAVID BREUN realized the project ‘Back to the Future’. Renderings and post production were done by recom farmhouse in London. He took the landscape photos in Wadi Rum in Jordan. The landscape reminiscent of Mars provided a gigantic setting for the car. The complete series with landscape shots can be seen on the new and redesigned website.
06.07.2021 show complete article