Berlín (Alemania), 1950
The images of the German photographer Reinhard Görner transmit intimacy, depth and mystery at the same time. Görner began to take an interest in architecture photography in 1982. With his large-format camera, this artist orchestra had monumental rooms as sketches of characters. Since 2008 he has photographed more than 50 libraries around the world such as Trinity College in Dublin, the Lello Library in Oporto or the public library in Stuttgart, among others. His work has been present in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Paris, London and Berlin.