post-title Alfred Steffen | Benhadj + Djilali | 20.08.-20.09.2016

Alfred Steffen | Benhadj + Djilali | 20.08.-20.09.2016

Alfred Steffen | Benhadj + Djilali | 20.08.-20.09.2016

Alfred Steffen | Benhadj + Djilali | 20.08.-20.09.2016

until 20.09. | #0691ARTatBerlin | The Galerie Benhadj + Djilali shows since the 20th August 2016 the exhibition Prince – The 1994 Monaco Sitting and Comfort Zone by the photographer Alfred Steffen.

PRINCE – THE 1994 MONACO SITTING In 1994, an intensive photo session at Hotel de Paris / Monaco resulted in dozens of exceptional images of this legendary musician and influential icon of the century. In memory of the artist, who passed away this April, ten photographs from this session will be on display at this exhibition.

COMFORT ZONE A second space of the Gallery will host the series “Comfort Zone“ by Alfred Steffen. Taken in 2001, the series focuses on the hustle and bustle in the unisex restrooms at the legendary Cookies club in Berlin.

All prints are available in a limited edition.

Alfred Steffen has been photographing since 1985. He worked for the cult magazine Tempo and later on for Zeit-Magazin, Stern and Max. He portrayed musicians like the Beastie Boys, Prince and Laurie Anderson, writer Douglas Coupland and former chancellor Willy Brandt. His publication “Portrait of a Generation – The Love Parade“ (Taschen, 1997) was a colourful tribute to the Techno generation, his extensive portrait book “One World“ (Edition Braus) was published in 2004. Alfred Steffen’s works have been shown at numerous international locations.

Vernissage: Friday, 19th August 2016, 06:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 20th August – Tuesday, 20th September 2016

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Image Caption: Alfred Steffen, PRINCE_FB.Banner.7

Exhibition Alfred Steffen – Benhadj + Djilali – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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