Our Vernissage with Natalie Christensen

By Florian Wassily Kazimirski

Natalie Christensen at the artist talk

“If an image leaves someone feeling a little bit uneasy, then I feel like that is a successful photograph”

Last Saturday we opened the first solo exhibition of Natalie Christensen in Germany. After so many months of planning and preparation, we are very happy that so many have set off to attend this evening.

The evening started with an in-depth artist talk where Natalie provided many insights into her work as well as her personal life and then answered the questions of many interested visitors. Of particular interest to me was the connection between her former activity as a psychotherapist and her work as a photographer.

After the artist talk, the cheerful part of the evening began. Many guests took the chance to meet Natalie Christensen live and to toast with her to her exhibition “The Deconstructed Self”.

The founders of Galerie Minimal Florian Wassily Kazimirski and Fabian Willi Simon with Natalie Christensen

“A beautiful evening”

After the opening on Saturday we gave 5 of you the chance to go for a photo walk with Natalie. The weather was just perfect and everyone was excited to work with the photographer from Santa Fe on an expedition through Kreuzberg, swaped ideas and learned from one of the most interesting photo artists in Minimal Photography.

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Natalie Christensen during the photo walk

Natalie Christensen
“The Deconstructed Self”
at Galerie Minimal

The exhibition “The Deconstructed Self” by Natalie Christensen goes on until 4th of October. Don’t miss the chance to see these beautiful artworks in real life. Check the exhibition page for the next dates or get in touch for a personal tour.

Natalie Christensen The Big Reveal

Natalie Christensen A Good Day

Natalie Christensen Red Bench In Snow

The exhibition “The Deconstructed Self” by Natalie Christensen goes on until 4th of October. Don’t miss the chance to see these beautiful artworks in real life. Check the exhibition page for the next dates.

Natalie Christensen Deep Blue Pool

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