(art)books we love | Brooklyn Hipsters

As the Friday before Easter is a national holiday in Germany we decided to publish our artbookfriday article today – so let’s have a look at our new artbook!

If you think of hipsters, what picture comes to your mind? Well, let’s put out our stereotypes. My first association is a man, who wears a beard, horn-rimmed glasses, a tote bag, slim fit trousers, a dark green parka, alternative a blue one. Oh, almost forgot: a quiff. Hihi

Hipster

But let’s have a look inside this art book. Vero Bielinski is an observer and photographer. She deals with “figures in today’s society”, so-called hipster. Her focus is “on clothing, posture, gesture and environment.“ In her foreword Bielinski explains why she studies figures in the present time.

YOLO

During my study of Bielinski’s hipsters I consider my point of view. I get a new perspective – there are a lot of differences between hipsters and hipsters and hipsters in Brooklyn, Hamburg or Berlin.

How does your hipster looks? 😉

#artbook | Brooklyn Hipsters

#author | Vero Bielinski

#language | German & English

#publishing house | Kerber Verlag

#ISBN | 978-3-7356-0177-3

#pages | 144

#published | 2015

You can get you copy here.

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