Asmara - Africa’s Jewel of Modernity, Jovis Verlag, 2016
Japan – Fleeting Encounters, Jovis Verlag, 2016
Hoyerswerda – The Shrinking City, Jovis Verlag, 2012
Tel Aviv – The White City, Jovis Verlag, 2012
Southern Street, Jovis Verlag, 2010
Flanders Fields, Verlag für Bildschöne Bücher, 2008
Asmara – The Frozen City, Jovis Verlag, 2006
Havelländische Künstlersymposium, Olympic Village, 2016
Flanders Fields, Aftermath: 100 years of creativity from conflict, Manchester, John Rylands Library, 2014
Tel Aviv – The White City, Tel Aviv, Bauhaus Center, Sept 2013
Hoyerswerda – The Shrinking City, Berlin, 2012
Southern Street, Lakeside Art Museum Nottingham, Nov 2011
The Re-Making of Manchester, RNCM, Manchester, Sep 2011
Flanders Fields, Galerie Degenhartt, Berlin, November 2008
Eritrea – Facets of a new Nation, Asmara/Eritrea, 2004
All Photographs can be purchased upon request in different sizes (for example):
* 40 x 50 cm
* 60 x 70 cm
* 70 x 85 cm
All prints are signed and numbered (edition of 15).
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Biography© Hermann Bredehorst
Stefan Boness is a photojournalist based in Berlin and Manchester.
His photos have received several awards including a World Press Photo Award. His work is being published in quality magazines and newspapers throughout the world.
In his long-term documentary projects in the tradition of conceptual ‘Landscape-Photography’ Stefan captures the reality of a designated place in the present in the context of its underlying historical dimensions.
His book-project entitled ‘Flanders Fields’ is a photographic search on the battlefields of World War I in the region around Ypres in Belgium. In ‘Asmara – The Frozen City’ he uncovers the legacy of Italian colonial avant-garde architecture in the capital of Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. His most recent project ‘The Re-Making of Manchester’ has as its focus urban development in present-day Manchester.
Text by Jason Orton