SAMUEL HENNE: ART ATTACKEN

Germany, that great country of sausages, controversial History, Berghain, real castles and rough language. Where people are doing well but don’t celebrate it; where being superior not only to other beings, but to entire countries, is a custom. Where surnames such as Düsediekerbäumer actually exist. The country of effectiveness. What would become of Europe without Germany.

Germany is also the country master of efficiency; have a look at photographer Samuel Henne‘s work. Using individual objects, this German creates with them a new thing and achieve what sounds rather difficult; functionality on an image. Utility, even. Something that emanates more of a purpose than you on a Sunday. Henne doesn’t seem to find beauty merely in the aesthetic, but he seems to pursue justification, probably due to his long genetic inheritance. Simply Wünderbar.

samuel henne photography artist sculpture still life lamondamagazine

samuel henne photography artist sculpture still life lamondamagazine

samuel henne photography artist sculpture still life lamondamagazine

samuel henne photography artist sculpture still life lamondamagazine

samuel henne photography artist sculpture still life lamondamagazine

samuel henne photography artist sculpture still life lamondamagazine