- Maria Passarivaki
The thing that impresses us most about landscape photographers is their ability to imbue buildings with a life of their own. Matthias Heiderich is such as case of a self taught photographer living in Berlin, Germany. Each of his sets of photographs are beyond words.
We became great fans of his work after viewing his series in Berlin, for which he had artificially rainbowed warehouse structures among others by simply combining his colorful images to represent vibrant facets of the city. Earlier this year he visited Dubai and Abu Dhabi to shoot architecture, city, and landscape pictures, and also tried to show these cities in a different way most photographers do by focusing on the feeling of isolation and loneliness caused by overpopulated areas and crowded places instead of adding one more photoset of epic skyscraper landscapes.
All images © Matthias Heiderich