“After a first solo show in Belgium at the end of 2015 that introduced Peter Lippmann’s photographs to the general public, Art22 Gallery is proud to present his second solo exhibition dedicated to Soletown.”
‘Soletown’ interprets a passing of time through the reclaiming and repurposing of consumer goods.
Peter will be present at the private view to discuss the personal project. Thursday 12th April – 6 pm – 9 pm.
The exhibition will run from 13th of April – 6th of May.
Place du Jeu de Balle 56, 1000 Brussels
Beate takes a sneak peek into Gucci’s ‘Wonder Factory’ for Vogue’s latest feature.
The brief allowed Beate and her team to experiment with tiny forest sets. Each of which draw upon something unique look of each time-piece to create a phantasmagorical scene.
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Peter shows a whole new side in the latest commission for ‘Pink Paprika’. Sat upon pixilated surroundings, this shoe photography is stark in contrast to his series influenced by the old masters.
Beate was approached by Stylist magazine to create a vibrant set around these specially selected watches for a feature titled ‘Happy Hour’.
With the festivities underway, these images had to capture the party season whilst remaining nondescript for use through the year. Beate’s approach to lighting creates elongated form through the use of liquid each complementary to colours and watch strap materials.
Beate was commissioned by The Sunday Times to capture ‘The Style List: Women’s Gifts” guide.
The draping set and colourful images were created from Beate’s riverside studio. Over four days the team twisted fabric to create hard shapes.
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Beate shot this Christmas Gift set for the historic December 2017 issue of British Vogue.
This month Vogue relaunches itself with Editor ‘Edward Emminful’ leading the charge.
Elise shot these images for Elena Karavasili and have since been seen featured in Marie Claire, Greece.
Directing the set build, Elise worked to create something very playful and surreal, denoted by the contrast in colour. The positioning of the model, seated on a plinth adds to the theme.
Stylist Magazine approached Beate with M&S for a collaborative project to feature stills and Gif’s.
Beate – ‘We had two styling briefs; first, of which incorporated petals with the lingerie, the second featured mirrors. By the end of the shoot, creative visions had shifted and I devised a lighting treatment in post-production to draw out a more autumnal atmosphere.’
Beate shot this Avon Feature for Vogue, from her riverside studio.
Material and light work together in denoting a distinguished atmosphere. The hard edges of elegant materials sit in juxtaposition to the product curves. The serum is placed at an angle in the frame to communicate the rotation function and its infinite results.
In the foreground, a reflection of the product creates a red wisp of light.
Beate photographed and styled the image (left) for Vogue, working with the latest in new technology from GHD.