From 14 March, the f75 Gallery in Stuttgart will be showing the exhibition Venetian Settings. With a much-photographed city such as Venice, it may be tempting to assume we have already seen everything there is to see. But nothing could be further from the truth: in his second exhibition at f75 (following his 2011 show Tempelhof), Maximilian Meisse opens up an entirely new perspective of the famous city.
Focal point: architectural photography
Maximilian Meisse (born 1969) studied architecture in Zurich and Stuttgart, and now lives and works in Berlin. He has been pursuing architectural photography since 2000, publishing three books to date: Tempelhof (2008), Museumsinsel Berlin (2011) and Venetian Settings (2012).
For further information visit f-75; Meisse