Konstantin Weber (*1992) first studied sociology in Frankfurt/M. before returning to his real passion, photography. He has been studying Visual Arts at the Freie Kunstakademie Mannheim since 2016. His tutor in the last year of his studies is Claus Stolz. Weber will graduate in summer 2020.
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“The story doesn’t begin with the image and it doesn’t end with the image.” - Colin Pantall
So far we have seen Konstantin Weber's talent as a romantic chamber player, quiet, unpretentious, photographic solitaires brought to the point: Folded hands. Looking at an almost lowered shutter, light shimmers through the light slits like a promising luminous code. The lateral back view of a seated man in a white t-shirt. Views of car bodies, car headlights, the nocturnal frame of a football goal, on a distant horizon line lonely a few small lights. The close-up of a hand, the tip of the index finger touching a knee. Photographs, so only possible in very special moments, taken in an almost hermetic light atmosphere. (Read more)