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opening • 'Flash' by Lenny Kravitz –Leica Gallery Wetzlar opened the first photo exhibition by the artist, special edition of the camera Leica M-P Set CORRESPONDENT BY LENNY KRAVITZ FOR KRAVITZ DESIGN and book by teNeues

27.06.2015 • After premiering at Leica Gallery Los Angeles, Flash by Lenny Kravitz is now open for public at the Leica Gallery Wetzlar from June 24 – August, 2015. Musician, actor, and designer Lenny Kravitz happily presents his photographic artwork, which has already been published by teNeues as an illustrated book.

"We enjoyed a wonderful evening with 700 guests in our Leica Gallery and are happy about the opening of the FLASH exhibition, which was successful in every aspect, and we are very proud to have Lenny Kravitz in our Leica family and look forward to further creative projects with other exceptional artists. The exhibition opened its doors for visitors on 24 June and runs through the end of August," Silke Bernhardt, Global Director Corporate Communications, tells GoSee.

With his first photo show, Lenny Kravitz makes his mark in a new arena of the creative arts. During his childhood, Kravitz was enthralled by cameras, playing with them like toys instead of taking photographs. In recent years photographer friends taught him the fundamentals of photography – of course with a...

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Hair • Prima ballerina Dorothée Gilbert in the new PIAGET campaign - hairstyling by Cyril LAFORET

23.06.2015 • The Swiss watch and jewelry manufacturer PIAGET booked prima ballerina Dorothèe Gilbert, Etoile de l’Opèra national de Paris, as the model for their new campaign. Cyril LAFORET c/o CLOSE UP was on set for hairstyling of the French dancer. The motifs of the official Piaget muse were captured by James Bort, the husband of the extraordinary dancer.
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Celebrity • Ronald DICK portrays actor Frederic Lau for INTERVIEW magazine

22.06.2015 • The June issue of INTERVIEW magazine features the 25-year-old charismatic Berlin-based actor Frederic Lau in photos, which were shot for the article by Ronald DICK c/o SHOTVIEW. Frederick, who is married to presenter Annika Kipp with whom he has a daughter, recently recieved the German film prize Goldene Lola for his role in the Victoria. Victoria is the most highly acclaimed German film of 2015 and won several prizes at the Filmpreis festival.
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Celebrity • Peter RIGAUD shoots portrait motifs of the Kenzo creative directors for LUFTHANSA magazine

22.06.2015 • Peter RIGAUD photographed the two Creative Directors from Kenzo Carol Lim and Humberto Leon for LUFTHANSA ...

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Celebrity • FIT FOR FUN motif with actor Ken Duken, photographed in a quiet moment by Marcus HOEHN

17.06.2015 • 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 ...

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Celebrity • MARCUS HOEHN portrays the shooting star artist Adrian Ghenie for ART magazine

17.06.2015 • 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...

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Celebrity • Right next to the stars - Sandro BÄBLER presents portraits of Sharon Jones, Isabelle Huppert, Charles Cohen, and Big Data

16.06.2015 • Commissioned by various magazines, SONJA HEINTSCHEL photographer Sandro BÄBLER portrayed well-known entertainment celebrities including French actress Isabelle Huppert, singer Sharon Jones, electro-musician Alan Wilkis alias Big Data, as well as movie producer Charles ...

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Grooming • Actor Daniel Brühl is Mr. Rush with the TTS Cabrio in AUDI's Dialoge magazine - grooming by Aline HAFEZI

15.06.2015 • Actor Daniel Brühl played Mr. Rush next to the new TTS convertible for AUDI’s Dialoge magazine. He was staged by PERFECTPROPS artist Aline HAFEZI (grooming) together with the photographer duo and GoSee member BREUN & GREGA. The title of the editorial refers to the leading role in Ron Howard’s film 'Rush', in which he plays the young Formula 1 racecar driver Niki ...

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Celebrity • Hello GoSee ! Hello John Waters! The book 'Carsick' by John Waters was just released as a paperback; GoSee met the people’s pervert at New York's Reading Room

09.06.2015 • John Waters, filmmaker, book author, creative artist… is an American icon. With very good sense for the practical. He joyfully announces his latest book, which he likes very much himself: "The People’s Pervert" in front of our GoSee camera. Why of all times now, and why another book? "You better stay where they like you." is his direct answer. The last film, according to him, was not especially promising financially, but his last book is a bestseller. That leaves no questions, particularly because John Waters himself knows no genre boundaries. Book, film, life, actor, talkshow guest... it's all the same to him – and a big show for his audience.

For instance, he can converse excellently about the train rides between his hometown Baltimore and NYC, including suicide candidates that throw themselves in front of his train by the dozen. Or he questions – deliberately politically correct – the racism in the US, a constant issue in the US media. "Do I have black friends? Well …" and further: "Yes, we have some poor white people in Baltimore …"

The producer John Waters wrote...

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