From 1 September to 10 October 2015, the Guardini Gallery presents photographs by Ingar Krauss. After a varied career path, the artist (born 1965 in East Berlin) discovered photography in the early nineties.
At a time when digital imagery had become accepted as the norm, Krauss decided to pursue analogue photography. His subjects are wide-ranging, reflecting the scope of the artist's own life experience.
Krauss first gained acclaim with his portraits of children on the threshold of adolescence, capturing the turmoil and complexity of this particular stage of life.
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