With its railway wfth photos of celebrities such as David Bowie, Sade, Jack Nicholson and Mike Tyson, he put up the bar for portrait photography and styled itself as an icon of this genre. In addition to several exhibitions in important galleries and museums in the world (E.g. Metropolitan Museum of Arts in New York and the National Portrait Gallery, London), was Watson’s work since 2004 also in several solo exhibitions in Europe. “” “In the course of his career, he published also six books, including the award-winning book debut of Cyclops’ (1994), Maroc” (1998) and more recently UFO “(2010) as well as strip search” (2010). About Simone Bruns Simone Bruns (www.simonebruns.de), skilled photographer, art and photography is since 1990 in the areas at home. n click here. Since 2005 designed and accompanied Simone Bruns collaborations and exclusive sponsors events.
She has a strong sense of sensitive to combine artistic and commercial needs. Simone Bruns is working for the Hamburger Deichtorhallen galleries, the Phototriennale and the Kunstverein Hamburg and hosts its own arts events. Together with Jenny Falckenberg Blunck founded the initiative NEXT ART 2010 GENERATION, which aims to inspire more young people in Hamburg for contemporary art. With the beginning of 2011-designed art event series photo-Soiree “shows and celebrated Simone Bruns photography in new frame. About JCDecaux JCDecaux (www.jcdecaux.de) is the world market leader in the field of outdoor advertising. The company is world leader in the field of urban furniture and airport advertising, as well as European leader in large format advertising. JCDecaux has been a partner of the free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg since 1982.
From here JCDecaux as innovator has modernised the German outdoor advertising: JCDecaux set up the first fully glazed, lighted passenger shelters and Stadtinformationsvi trinen of Germany in Hamburg in 1982 and thus introduced the CityLightPoster format in Germany. End of 2007 Hamburg has decided to continue the long-term cooperation with JCDecaux and completely modernize the street furniture in the Hanseatic City. Since then, JCDecaux renewed with the renowned architect Lord Norman Foster and designed Andre Poitiers Hamburg city furniture products. The approximately 50 employees and staff of the Hamburg branch, who travel daily on Hamburg’s streets provide for regular cleaning, maintenance and maintenance of street furniture. JCDecaux engaged for many years in Hamburg in various ways as a sponsor for social, cultural and sporting projects or events.