All pictures by Armin Linke24x30cm, signed, unframed.Captions in order of appearance:
ARN_000620_21Michele Achilli, Daniele Brigidini, Guido Canella, Nursery, Abbiategrasso, Italy, 2009
ReN_007617_19European Central Bank, presentation of the new 5€ banknote, Archäologisches Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 10 January 2013
DIF_000329_537The President’s Lobby at the European Parliament, Paul-Henri Spaak building, Brussels, Belgium, 2017
DIF_000329_265Wall scheduler in the European Commission Audiovisual Services front desk, Berlaymont building, Brussels, Belgium, 2017
DIF_0003331_693Elevator in Proximus Tower’s atrium, Brussels, Belgium, 2017
ISSUE 5 LIMITED EDITIONHand-crafted 24x32 cm box with Accattone #5 and five original photographic prints by Armin Linke (signed, unframed).Limited edition of 30 + 5AP250€(purchase here or email us for inquiries about shipping prices and availabilities: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Based entirely on the work of Armin Linke, Accattone #5 explores photography in relation to the major architecture of public and private institutions: the infrastructure of the Roman Empire, neoclassical Athens, the United Nations headquarters, neo-liberal corporate environments and the fragile European institutions in Brussels.Monuments are carefully crafted to convey determined sets of aesthetic codes and political values, incorporated in a purportedly eternal and total character. Photography can challenge the power of such representations by bringing out their inherent glitches, small cracks and everyday ambiguities. It can reprogramme architecture.