Crossover News: Photo Artist Armin Morbach

With position instead of pose and a reduced and elegant composition that continuously toys with the subconscious, Armin Morbach’s photos are attracting a growing international audience. His conceptual aesthetic, the way in which he plays with exaggeration and leaves nothing to chance, both surprises and provokes. Driven by a desire to continue developing his artistic expression and to perfect his visions in presentation – his#§#visual language – five years ago he took the next logical step and picked up a camera. Today, he can already boast an impressive portfolio.Accepted into F.C. Gundlach’s photographic collection in 2011 and also included in Gundlach’s curated exhibitions – at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow and the Kunsthalle in Vienna – Morbach and his work are now part of the NRW Forum’s “State of the art photography” exhibition and are represented at the “En compagnie de Guy Bourdin” retrospective at the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg.

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Crossover News: Bryan AdamsNew book of photographs "WOUNDED"

"Wounded: The Legacy of War" contains impressive portraits of young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during training. Bryan Adams points the lens of his camera on their scars, mutilated limbs and disfigurement. This directness challenges the viewer. At the same time, the images reveal the strength of character of the victims who have lost none of their dignity and#§#continue their lives with great courage. The photographs depict young people who were sent to war and came back to a life they had never imagined. The photographs are accompanied by interviews in which the young victims tell their stories.



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Crossover News: Bryan AdamsMuseum tour worldwide

Over the last two years, the museum exhibitions of works by Bryan Adams have been seen by more than 200.000 people in Moscow, Dallas, Hamburg Düsseldorf, Vienna, Mainz and Calgary. The photographs exhibited under the title "EXPOSED" have attracted highly positive reviews. Equally well received were the pictures of the photographer's "Wounded: The Legacy of War" project. It portrays young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during training. Both exhibitions have already been booked by numerous museums for the period up to February 2015 and will be on display in Ulm, Klagenfurt, London, Lisbon and Quebec. 

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