Two recent photo essay’s “THE DRY HEART OF BRAZIL – O SERTÃO” and „PLAYLIFE“ are exposed prominently in Tbilisi. During the course of several years Dirk Gebhardt observed the life two different regions. The north-east of Brazil and the former Yugoslavian states: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Kosovo. His main aim is to make life circumstances understandable. Why do we life as we do and what we have to hope from life. Is there already already an european identity in the balkans. How do the the former war opponents define nationality 15 years after the last war?
Finally printed "Unter freiem Himmel". Last week I spend some time at the printing house to watch my new book being printed. The smell of new paper, ink and glue is always fascinating. I hope that you will like the book.
Election campaign in Germany - the hot phase. In 14 days, 62.2 million German will elect their new government. In 299 constituencies about 2,700 candidates run for one of the 598 seats in the German Bundestag. I should portray parliamentary candidates. Not the top but the people who fight for their place in the province: Elfi Scho-Antwerpes, SPD; Hans Hermann Stein, FDP; Matthias W.
Since 14 days I'm on the archipelago Tinharé with my colleague Jörg Christian Schillmöller. We have a daily blog with the subjects that move the Brazilian society.
Health care, education, security and environmental protection.
I thought skating was just for kids. Luckily, you have your prejudices. The fact that Christopher Wildgrube
Gaga from the Kolga Festival took around twenty participants on Saturday 4.05.2013 night at the old capital of Georgia. Just a few kilometers away from Tbilisi we saw the begin of the Easter ceremonies at two of the Most important churches for orthodox Georgians.The Swetizchoweli Cathedral and the Dschwari both build in the 11th century.
The constantly recurring fifth season has begun. My home city of Cologne celebrates Carnival and I have to
Like every year, I had to photograph Christmas motifs. This year I thought I share it with you. So if you w
Daily at 10:00 clock the music tarts from the sound speakers around the village square of 3000 inhabitant Boipepa, on a island off the coast of Brazil. The cobbled main street of the village leads from the pier a small hill 200 meters high on the village square. Anyone who looks at the rise of the lamp posts up, immediately recognize big gray funnel-shaped speakers, coming from another time.