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Brief Published: 16 Aug 2012

Matthias Heiderich: Spektrum Berlin


Berlin-based photographer Matthias Heiderich captures colourful street photographs of Berlin’s urban architecture and minimalist landscapes.

In his inspiring photography of the German city, graphic stripes and geometric blocks of saturated colour are set against bright cyan skies. Colour-filtered graphic compositions are shot within the constraints of the square format, reminiscent of retro colour photography and old Polaroid images. Our Instagram Effects report further explores this use of filtered colour in film, fashion and childrenswear.

Heiderich’s work is currently on show in the US for the first time in an exhibition titled Spektrum Berlin, held at the Gallery Carte Blanche in San Francisco, California until September 13 2012.

Matthias Heiderich

Art & Design