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    Hindu Color Festival and other Photos from Above by Latrin Korfmann

  • Aimee Jay

    German artist Katrin Korfmann is presenting her latest photographic work ‘Kolorit’ at Kai Hilgemann gallery in Berlin. Korfmann documents the hindu ritual known as the ‘holi’ festival. The event is a celebration of color and the welcoming of the new spring season, the iconic tradition sees thousands of people catapult pigmented powder and perfume at one another.

  • Karen Ho Fatt

    IDEAS_german artist katrin korfmann is presenting her latest photographic work 'kolorit' at kai hilgemann gallery in berlin. the title of the collection translates in english from the german word 'coloring' - however also references a metaphor to describe a culture or lifestyle in a foreign place. the three part body of work - 'red', 'yellow' and 'purple'- is a result of a project trip to india earlier in 2012.

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    aerial photography of Katrin Korfmann. Holi festival

  • Helena Germain


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