Tino Pohlmann: New Works to Celebrate World’s Largest Arena
_a r e n a is the latest exhibition and book release from award-winning photographer Tino Pohlmann. Arena seeks to celebrate the beauty and grandeur of the Tour de France through its two great contributors: the harsh, rugged mountains of France and the hundreds of thousands of fans who transform this natural landscape into the world’s largest, open-air sporting venue. Pohlmann’s large format images make visible this unique fusion of nature and sport, and serve as an hommage to the spectators whose presence amid the colossal natural backdrop verify the true greatness of the Tour. _a r e n a is supported by longtime TPO partner Canyon Bicycles, as well as Phase One cameras of Denmark, makers of exclusive mid-format systems.
On June 27th, 2019, the public is invited to Heynstudios Berlin to join the opening and book launch set to coincide with the start of the 106th Tour de France. The exhibit will display stunning, large format Archival Pigment Prints certified according to the standard for museum quality and mounted on investment framing from Karo König/Berlin (National Gallery, Moma, Hamburger Bahnhof, Helmut Newton Foundation). The accompanying book, “_ a r e n a – Le colisée du Tour de France” will be released in a limited edition of 1,000 copies.
Concurrently, the exhibition will run at collected.photo, a new platform for photo editions developed by Düsseldorfer web agency Wysiwyg and Tino Pohlmann. Here users can browse galleries and purchase rare, museum-quality works online. Parts of the exhibition will also be traveling internationally, currently planned are Hamburg and Los Angeles starting from September.
June 27th, 2019, 7 p.m.
Admission is free.