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Shop • ‘Its Flower Is Hard To Find’ is about childhood, the Catholic faith and German history – photographer Vincent Kohlbecher looks for very personal answers in Poland with his first book, appearing at Hartmann Publishing

07.04.2021 • Over a period of four years, photographer Vincent Kohlbecher visited Poland, the country of his childhood, again and again. He found motifs there which took him back to that time, to the Catholic faith, through German history. Gdańsk, Warsaw, Kraków, Płaszów, Majdanek, and Auschwitz… Kohlbecher’s photos are like texts longing to be read carefully. The places he describes in his photos are only accessible to the viewer through the interplay of what he has seen, what is associated with it, and historical memory. The photographer remains all the while at a distance, never becoming part of the narrative, and succeeds in taking a rare analytical and sharply focused look at this country which is still the most unknown neighbor to Germany.

Vincent Kohlbecher, who was born 1960 in Hamburg, worked as a photojournalist for German and international magazines in the 1990s and has taught photography at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) since 2003. ‘Its Flower Is Hard To Find’ is his first book publication. The book was a cultural recommendation of TV broadcaster 3Sat. GoSee :

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Shop • Legendary photographer teams up with international street art innovator MICK ROCK and FIN DAC present their project MIDARO at WEST CONTEMPORARY EDITIONS

07.04.2021 • West Contemporary is proud to announce the artistic collision of two of the international art market’s most influential working names, Mick Rock and Fin DAC. This is the first-ever collaboration for the two artists. Combining a decades-long honing of their respective crafts, photography and painting, both artists are in unprecedented demand, which makes this marriage of art a particularly poignant partnership. Separately enjoying a loyal global following and with available works being such a rarity, this fusion allows collectors and enthusiasts to finally see a much requested link-up which has produced coveted artworks as the first major open release of the year for both artists.

Globally known as The Man Who Shot The Seventies, Mick Rock has not only photographed the likes of Freddie Mercury, Madonna, The Ramones, Queen, Ozzy Osbourne, ‘The Rocky Horror picture Show’, The Sex Pistols, as well as more contemporary stars such as Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, Kate Moss, Lenny Kravitz, Janelle Monaie, and most recently Miley Cyrus – he has also received the personal accolade of being...


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Shop • ‘Find a balance in the disorder’ – photographer Stefano Fristachi presents you his STREET PHOTOGRAPHY in the brand-new GoSeeSHOP he has just opened with the work ‘AMERICANS – Sketches of New York’

31.03.2021 • We are delighted to present you the GoSeeSHOP of Italian photographer Stefano Fristachi, by profession a photojournalist, who operates from the city of Barcelona which he has made his new home. The freelancer works just as much for international magazines as for direct clients; he is represented in galleries – and looks forward to offering you his works via his new GoSeeSHOP.

We present you a first glimpse at his photographic world and also give him a chance to tell you about it himself – from his career path to photography. All of his works presented on GoSee can be licensed for use or are available for purchase, so take a look at his wide variety of GoSee PORTFOLIOS.

Stefano Fristachi on his path to photography : “One day, when I was almost twenty and working as a waiter in a restaurant in Amsterdam, I found a cheap camera on a table that some guest probably forgot – one of those normal Kodak film cameras for tourists that everybody was using before the digital explosion. I brought that camera with me on a trip to India for a few months. I was there with two friends that summer...


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Shop • Aspen is calling - Anna SADAMORI c/o SHOTVIEW Artists Management with make-up for LARUICCI F/W ‘21 for you on GoSee.NEWS

23.03.2021 • The LARUICCI F/W ‘21 ‘Heart and Stars’ Second Skin collection, according to designer Lauren Ruicci, is perfect for making your big appearance in Aspen & Co : “Blending a hazy fog of Berlin nightclubs, LA house parties, Paris runways, and Tokyo dive bars – LARUICCI is timeless. This ready-to-wear line is an extension of the offbeat world of LARUICCI. Inspired by club culture and classic outfits, the collection blends technical tailoring techniques and draped shapes. Expressive luxury while staying underground, LARUICCI ready-to-wear is a party 24/7, and the designs aim to unleash the most brave version of yourself.” Make-up from the motifs was in the hands of Anna SADAMORI c/o SHOTVIEW Artists Management. Photos were shot by Yan Wasiuchnik with styling by Shinya Kuraoka.

LARUICCI is a Megawatt Jewelry collection launched in 2009. All production is based in NYC and designed by Lauren Ruicci who refined her lifelong love of embellishment and adornment during the years she spent in Italy, where she studied Fashion Design and Art History at Accademia Italiana. She later received her...

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