"It's kind of a portrait of the whole generation, probably the last one before social networks and over-conscious self-representation."
beastly human or human beast
"Lametta" features Calin Kruse’s nudes and portraits wrapped in a smoky jacket with long strips of shivery icicles. It's hot in there, though.
Riso Prints in an edition of 10, signed and numbered. The prints are from Calin Kruse's last exihibition – now you can curate your own exhibition with them.
This is the last regular issue of *dienacht*. Twenty issues, six special editions and ten years have past since the first issue was published.
Youth is a universal subject; photography is a universal language. No matter how different photographers’ approaches and works, their images […]
Some will mark the city, some will get drunk, some will find love.
You cannot delay time, let alone stop it – really?
Whether they are strangers I accidentally meet in a foreign country or they are close friends - sometimes I can not leave without taking their portrait.
A Riso-printed journal with single images about the last few years; a love letter to friends, strangers, places, roadtrips and the darkness.
A series of portraits of familiar people I see more often than others.
On the 14th of November 2015 Saturday came unfortunately on the day after the terrorist atrocity in Paris where I was within 200 metres of the worst events.
"If I’ve ever felt used by you photographing me...
I had never even thought about that. And frankly, I got slightly offended by your question."
After "Schmetterling" and "Wunderland", this is the last part of Calin Kruse's trilogy. Same personage, different story.