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Narniaville Newsflash: Discoshoes Replaced With SnowBoots – Inclement Weather Stopped The Raiders From Raving!Posted: February 5, 2012 by Raider in Raider Photography, Raider Random, Raider Updates
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Sven Marquardt the gatekeeper ‘curator’, commands what is reputed to be the hardest door in Berlin, and is notorious for choosing an often surprising —rejected entrees would say ’capricious’ — selection of people, old as well as young, eccentric as often as beautiful, helping to give the club its staying power. Given Marquardt’s notoriety as one of the most terrifying bouncers in the world [personal experience has proven this to be entirely true], it came as a shock to learn that the man who brings nightmares to thousands of people who submit to his inspection at the elitist Berghain club entrance each weekend, was once among the most prolific and promising young photographers of East Berlin.
Having put his camera down soon after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it has only been in recent years that he has returned to his work as a photographer. Marquardt’s 2007 photography exhibition at the Berghain took the public eye away from his career as the Berghain bouncer and back on to the man as an artist. Whilst Marquardt has no plans on leaving the Berghain, he continues creating and exhibiting his photography [information on his latest collaborative exhibition ["off the beaten tracks"] and has to date published two photography books including Zukünftig vergangen: Fotografien 1984-2009 and Heiland. He is also in the process of organizing an external exhibition this year on a wall space overlooking Alexanderplatz - a place in the days of communism, which the young punk rocker was seen as a showcase for socialism and thus banned by the state. [Information regarding the exhibition will be updated on the blog].
Marquardt’s photography has an exclusive focus on portraits and a visual language that he described as “very classic, analog, usually black and white and only with daylight.” His photography is uncannily beautiful, and whilst somewhat macabre, his work is some of the most captivating and stirring I have seen. Given his gatekeeper infamy, many have and will be captivated by his work, and it is with hope that he receives all the acknowledgement he deserves - not for his appearance or Berghain door policy, but for his photographic artistry.
Visit Marquardt’s Photography Website (not suitable for younger viewers): http://marquardtfotografie.com/galerie/
Unfortunately I do not understand German, but here is the man in action…
In honour of the greatest techno club in the world… Cut from Berghain 03 and featuring Planetary Assault Systems – Surface Noise, Len Faki’s sheer destruction of techno and its very existence.
- Newsflash! Berghain Berlin Programme – Sat 11th-13th Feb 2012 (renegaderaiders.wordpress.com)
- London’s Answer to the Berghain – Millenium Mills [Pontoon Docks] (renegaderaiders.wordpress.com)
- Marcel Dettmann – Helix (soulsofanarchy.com)