Peter Bialobrzeski, o.T., aus der Serie No Buddha in Suburbia, 2017.
© Peter Bialobrzeski / Galerie—Peter—Sillem

Peter Bialobrzeski, Untitled, from the series No Buddha in Suburbia, 2017
© Peter Bialobrzeski / Galerie—Peter—Sillem

Peter Bialobrzeski, Untitled, from the series No Buddha in Suburbia, 2017
© Peter Bialobrzeski / Galerie—Peter—Sillem

Peter Bialobrzeski, Untitled, from the series No Buddha in Suburbia, 2017
© Peter Bialobrzeski / Galerie—Peter—Sillem

Peter Bialobrzeski
No Buddha in Suburbia
Photographs
28 May - 10 July 2021
Opening: Friday, 28 May 2021, 6 - 8.30 pm

Bombay’s suburbs are among the largest and most densely populated urban areas on earth. In contrast to the western understanding of suburbia, one finds dystopian living conditions here. An uncontrolled mixture of half-ruined buildings, brand-new high-rises, slums, billboards and elevated streets characterize the cityscape. In his images, Peter Bialobrzeski condenses the intense and complex impressions of a city caught between local traditions and cultures and the uninhibited forces of globalization and neoliberalism into impressive tableaus.

Peter Bialobrzeski is one of the defining German photographers of the last decades. Among other prizes, he won the World Press Award twice (2003 and 2010) and was awarded the Erich Salomon Prize of the German Society of Photography in 2012.

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