Chernobyl by Peter Untermaierhofer

Peter Untermaierhofer is one of the best-known German actors in the field of lost places photography. His motifs are places and structures built by people, but abandoned and abandoned over time.

In today's ghost town of Prypjat, Untermaierhofer photographed scenes that capture the morbid atmosphere on site in a fascinating way and thus document the destruction and decay caused by the reactor catastrophe in 1986. In his portfolio you can expect insights into the photographic work in abandoned places as well as an exciting and impressive travel report about the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

Peter Untermaierhofer: Nuclear playground

The reactor catastrophe that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant – not far from the Ukrainian city of Prypyat – is one of the most serious civil nuclear catastrophes that has occurred to date.

Peter Untermaierhofer: Operation Прип'ять

Peter Untermaierhofer: Patient entertainment

Since then, most of the area around the former nuclear power plant has been abandoned and it has become one of the best known lost places in Europe.

Peter Untermaierhofer: Propagandhi

Peter Untermaierhofer: Schoolfloor no.3

The documentation of architecture, landscape, and interior spaces, which develop a special charisma through their morbid appearance, are the focus of his works.

Peter Untermaierhofer: Soviet cosmonaut program

Peter Untermaierhofer: Stroitel gym

Peter Untermaierhofer’s photographs were taken in 2017 in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. A documentation of architecture, landscape and interior spaces, which has a special charisma through its morbid appearance.

Peter Untermaierhofer: The flame

Peter Untermaierhofer: Technical lecture hall

Peter Untermaierhofer: The sound of silence

Peter Untermaierhofer photographs "Lost Places" - places and structures built by people but abandoned and abandoned over time.

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Born in Eggenfelden in 1983, Peter Untermaierhofer studied media technology at the TH Deggendorf and then photography at James Cook University in Townsville, Australia. He lives and works in the Munich area.

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