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Michael Steindel

artist  |  Michael Steindel

Berlin

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Michael Steindel is a photographer based in Berlin. After years of focusing mainly on news and documentary photography, Michael Steindel’s body of work is currently driven by issues concerning his personal life and daily reality. Steindel uses mainly medium format analog cameras to photograph simple subject matters, that stimulate a rudimentary even banal feeling. His work developed from a focus on documentary photography due to a news photographer post in ... Read more
Michael Steindel is a photographer based in Berlin.

After years of focusing mainly on news and documentary photography, Michael Steindel’s body of work is currently driven by issues concerning his personal life and daily reality.

Steindel uses mainly medium format analog cameras to photograph simple subject matters, that stimulate a rudimentary even banal feeling.

His work developed from a focus on documentary photography due to a news photographer post in Tel Aviv into a constant search for personal story told in a unique way.

The gentle and soft sights of light, colour and shape are his main source of inspiration. Resting moments in time. He is attracted by the art that reviles little and asks from the viewer to come closer and search into the image and in himself. This is the reason his practice is based upon the very basic and primary feelings. Steindel uses his instincts to built series that bring his private and his surrounding stories together.

"My art, the stories I want to tell are personal. I choose to work with that through the stories and the people that surround me, through the landscape and the society I am part of. Trying to bring close, small and personal points of view on wide multilayered subjects is the driving force of my work." Read less
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