Anton Corbijn

CAMERA WORK Gallery presents the exhibition »Anton Corbijn« from February 5, 2022. Featuring more than 30 works, some of them large-format and recently published, the exhibition provides insights into the extensive oeuvre of the internationally renowned photographer and film director, who has created portraits in a distinctive visual language with arguably the most impressive personalities in the worlds of music, film, art, and fashion.

Michael Schumacher, Estoril, 1995

© Anton Corbijn

Steven Spielberg, Los Angeles, 1995

© Anton Corbijn

Marianne Faithfull, Los Angeles, 1990

© Anton Corbijn

Anton Corbijn in particular has shaped the visual representation of the music world like no other. His haunting, cool look is the result of many years of collaboration with icons such as The Rolling Stones, Nick Cave, Herbert Grönemeyer, Tom Waits, Depeche Mode, and U2. Corbijn has also worked with Depeche Mode as art director for decades. Beyond that, there is hardly a great figure in the music business that Corbijn has not portrayed. The exhibition shows style-defining portrait photographs of David Bowie, Brian Ferry, Marianne Faithfull, BB King, Frank Zappa, Iggy Pop, Annie Lennox, Jon Bon Jovi, Vanessa Paradis, and Brian Eno, as well as photographs of supermodels such as Kate Moss, Helena Christensen, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell. particularly impressive in the exhibition is a portrait of Formula One legend Michael Schumacher at the Estoril racetrack, where the exceptional athlete in full gear casts an interesting shadow on a nearby wall.

Anton Corbijn has not only achieved international renown as a photographer, he is also extremely successful as a cinematic director, with films including »Control« (2007), »The American« (2010), »A Most Wanted Man« (2014), and »Life« (2015). Corbijn's work has won numerous awards, both as a photographer and as a film director. His works are represented in numerous renowned private and museum collections worldwide.

»Anton Corbijn«
February 5 until March 12, 2022

Kantstrasse 149 · 10623 Berlin · Germany

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