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Berlin Corners


28 June 2024 19:00–23:00 29 June 2024 18:00–23:00 30 June 2024 18:00–19:00
"Berlin corners: a radical perspective on urban silence"

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the big city, there is a hidden place where silence reigns. In his project "Berlin Corners", the young artist Noa Vetter set out in search of these moments of stillness and captured them in analog photographies. Radical perspectives and unusual angles present the urban spaces of the big city in a new light. Various stylistic devices such as contrasts, sharpness and blurring are deliberately used to capture the atmosphere of stillness.

The choice of motif concentrates on the urban events, the houses, their interaction at every corner, the people living in them and the changing interplay of black and white and color photography.

The analog images are now being exhibited in the Vettern Bar in Neukölln. In the heart of a bar, visitors will have the opportunity to detach themselves from the hectic pace of everyday life and immerse themselves in a world of urban tranquillity.

The beauty of the big city sometimes - or especially - lies not in its hustle and bustle, but in its silence.



The 24-year-old artist Noa Vetter from Berlin-Kreuzberg began exploring his hometown with an analog camera at the age of 15. With each photo tour, he broadened his view of urban life. "For me, it was and is always very exciting to reconstruct something I see as if it were not part of the real thing."

Over the years, he has integrated two-dimensional and three-dimensional design elements alongside photography, influenced by his passion for photographic compositions. The young artist has been studying fine art in Offenbach am Main for three years.

His works combine an interdependence of painterly, sculptural and photographic works. His artistic rhythm harmonizes and merges with all media.


Hobrechtstraße 61
12047 Berlin

Vettern Bar