Thomas Kalak takes a photographic view of supposedly meaningless details in the urban context that only become valuable as the subject of an image by ...
Thomas Kalak takes a photographic view of supposedly meaningless details in the urban context that only become valuable as the subject of an image by the fact that they are constantly in the urban panorama. His latest series ‘bangkok cable ways’ is dedicated to the electricity and telecommunications cables omnipresent in Bangkok that seems to carry on their own lives above the heads of passers-by – unplanned, uncontrolled and just plain chaotic. Thomas Kalakʼs background is located back in the early eighties of the Münster Skater scene. He lives in Munich and is working on book and exhibition projects. His last book "Weltstücke" has been awarded with an iF communication design award and is nominated for the "German Design Award". PIXSBOOKS are "Fine Art Coffee Tablet Books" introducing illustrated literature to mobile devices. Exclusive special editions, which are only available for iPhone and iPad. Features * Photographs, photographs, photographs ... * Exhibition video * Galleries * Illustrated PIXSBOOKS work in vertical and landscape mode * Exclusive edition * Designed to fit mobile devices * Bookmark the last view * Share with your friends * Rupa Media news feed (apps, design, photography …) * Contact the photographer Supported by Kunstmuseum Pablo Picasso Münster http://www.kunstmuseum-picasso-muenster.de
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