Dierk Osterloh has been photographing since he was 16 years old. The analogue experience has entered the digital age. However, his way of seeing things has remained the same.
The photographer’s focus discovers the aesthetic simplicity of his surroundings in architecture and nature. Accordingly, the viewer experiences landscapes, architecture and lost places. The digital composings on the subject of Art 2.0, which deal with modern people in an urban environment, are of particular importance. Faceless silhouettes in bright colors of big cities.
At the same time, Dierk Osterloh developed a series on the subject of nudes. Female bodies are alienated and fused with architecture. Eroticism is often only revealed at second glance. It’s about the naked survival of the haunting aesthetic, an ode to beauty, which often has such a difficult time today.
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