- Andreas Mühe, Chalk Cliff (Rügen), 2014
- Andreas Mühe, Honecker’s Hunting Lodge, 2016
- Andreas Mühe, Portrait – Sebastian Treytnar, 2013
- Andreas Mühe, Stephan I, 2012
- Andreas Mühe, Totilas II, 2013
On May 18, 2017, at 19:00, the Haus der Photographie at the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg is opening Pathos als Distanz (Pathos as Distance), an exhibition of works by the photographer, Andreas Mühe. The show will run up until August 20, 2017.
With Andreas Mühe, the Haus der Photographie is introducing the very promising oeuvre of the young German photographer, whose aesthetic perception is defined by the world of theatre, staging and transformation.
In a close collaboration between Mühe and Ingo Taubhorn, Curator of the Haus der Photographie, the Pathos als Distanz exhibition aims to show an image of Germany through the eyes of the artist. The display in the Haus der Photographie’s central hall, inspired by the Great Festival Hall at the Hamburg Town Hall, brings together works from all Mühe’s series and phases.
The exhibition includes pictures from renowned work series such as Neue Romantik (New Romanticism), Obersalzberg and A.M., as well as previously unpublished works. In a more intimate setting, three smaller rooms will display complete series from three different groups of works, including Haltung (Behaviour).
Further information at: Haus der Photographie and Andreas Mühe