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Piero Lissoni and Barbara Hickl in SALON magazine report - the portrait photo by Marcus HOEHN

The kitchen is and always has been a special place in the house. For SALON, the magazine on hospitality, dining culture and lifestyle, people photographer MARCUS HOEHN visited a creative duo in the center of their Berlin home: Piero Lissoni, Chief Designer and Art Director at Boffi, and his wife, Barbara Hickl, style and PR consultant at Hickl Vesting.
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FIT FOR FUN motif with actor Ken Duken, photographed in a quiet moment by Marcus HOEHN

In the beginning, Ken Duken only worked out to prepare himself for his roles. Today, working out is a lifestyle for the actor, as he demonstrated for the FIT FOR FUN shoot. MARCUS HOEHN was still able to get a quiet portrait. Hair & make-up were done on set by Tricia Le Hanne in the production by Photo Editor Klas Neidhardt.
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MARCUS HOEHN portrays the shooting star artist Adrian Ghenie for ART magazine

Adrian Ghenie feels at home on the battlefield of painting: when the Romanian shooting star artist paints, sparks start to fly. He loves solitude as well as the extremes. He showed his peaceful side in front of MARCUS HOEHN’s camera, who photographed him in his Berlin studio for ART magazine.

About - Adrian Ghenie
(born 13 August 1977 , Baia Mare) is a contemporary Romanian painter. Between 1991 and 1994 the son of a dentist studied fine arts at the Arts and Crafts School in Baia Mare. He is a graduate of the Art and Design University of Cluj-Napoca (2001), where one of his teachers was Ioan Sbârciu. Adrian Ghenie lives and works in Cluj, Berlin, and London. In 2005, he co-founded Galeria Plan B[4] in Cluj, together with Mihai Pop, a production and exhibition space for contemporary art. In 2008 Plan B opened a permanent exhibition space in Berlin. His work has been widely exhibited in group and solo exhibitions, including at Tate Liverpool, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi in Florence. In June 2014 the painting 'The Fake Rothko' sold for £1,426,000 ($2,428,140).
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