For me, one of the kewl things about photographing fashion week is that they're often done at venues that you don't see every day. The other one is, of course, that there are beautiful people everywhere you look, and sometimes they're scantily clad. These then are a handful of snapshots with nary a model in sight.
Hans sent us these photos and asked if we could include a poem by Frank O' Hara. A request that it would utterly boorish and philistinic of us to deny... Keep it coming, Hans.
In which Hans went to take some memorable photos of the three winners of this year's prestigious art prize. Take it away, Hans.
Hans works in mysterious ways. That is, he went to a Danish pro wrestling event to take some photos of big, sweaty, bear-y men doing the Danish version of the WWF. As they say in Starship Troopers: 'Would you like to know more'? Then click on the photo already.
In which Hans hangs out at artist and The Avant Garde Diaries Contributor Andreas Emenius' Studio and does an AIAIAI version of MTV Cribs. Take it away, Hans.
This week's post from Copenhagen-based creative Hans Bærholm is a sort of visual diary from the world's oldest operating amusement park called Bakken. Placed in northern Copenhagen, it's only open during spring/summer, which you can probably tell from the melancholy, people-less images.
Copenhagen-based architect, photographer, and new AIAIAI contributor, Hans Bærholm, sent us these utterly breathtaking photos of Rudolph Tegner’s Museum and Statue Park, which is placed in Dronningmølle in the immediate vicinity of Elsinore.
In which Hans went to the The Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen Scholarship prize show and took some memorable photos of the winners. Take it away, Hans.