From May 20 to June 18, 2016, the Society for Visual Arts’ gallery in Trier is presenting an exhibition by the photographic artist Marc Peschke. The series of works he has produced in past years disassociate themselves very much from classic photographic styles, and are understood as subjective, fragmentary diaries, as poetic, ambiguous wholes.
In Trier it is mainly pieces from his 'The Cubes - Liquidacion Total' series that will be on display. Within its constructivist-modern imagery, it deals with the communications junk of a consumer society, which the artist solidifies in absurd, cube-shaped units. He also looks for commercial changes in cities, though for him it is not about documentation, but rather to “bring something forth from the ruins of vacancy, that tells of a past beauty”. Marc Peschke lives in Wiesbaden and Hamburg where he works as an art historian and cultural journalist.
Further information at: GB Kunst Trier e. V. and red:Marc Peschke$