Arrivals, departures, meetings, the clash of different people… Subway stations are more than just a central location for travellers. In fact, they represent the lively background for everyday life and drama while offering intimate insight: first a heartbreaking farewell, then a joyful welcome: a location that serves as a stage for personal plays. Until the curtain comes down and night falls, when night slowly becomes day, when the sound of voices grows silent, when the frequency of visitors falls below a minimum level… Right then and there, SUBWAYS tell their individual stories that come alive with impressive photographs – creating a scenario that gets under your skin. When dynamics turn into evanescence and silence, you have to capture the moment!
About Nick Frank
Click, click… The sound of the camera makes the art director of a renowned advertising agency in Munich – his main job – happy and fuels his passion. The 37-year-old autodidact, who has taught himself how to take pictures since 2010, manages to confront objects with an unusual view, giving them a wholly new perspective. His favourite motif? Architecture! Amazing sights!
About Anne Berwanger
It’s all about fashion + lifestyle… At least as far as the 36-year-old freelance consultant is concerned. After holding the position of the Editorial Lead Fashion Digital for Condé Nast Publications in Munich, she has been self-employed in the digital media segment for two years, with numerous customers from the fields of fashion, beauty, people and lifestyle. Now a resident of Munich with a wide range of interests, she only becomes interested in a project if it goes beyond the limits of the usual power of imagination and all conventions…