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Artist Talk Miles Aldridge

In conversation with Adriano Sack

A pink cigarette in a baked egg.

British photographer Miles Aldridge is known for his garish, exaggerated fashion photographs. His eclectic visual worlds are strongly influenced by the aesthetics of glossy magazines and luxurious brands, but also by brutal reality and are full of detailed messages.

Join us on Friday 2 February for an artist talk with the artist and Adriano Sack, head of the Style & Travel department at Welt. After the talk, guests can discover the works of Miles Aldridge in the large exhibition Virgin Mary. Supermarkets. Popcorn. In addition, there will be an opportunity to purchase the new publication Please Please return Polaroid and have it signed by Miles.

About Adriano Sack

Adriano Sack is a multi-award-winning author, and head of the Style & Travel department at Welt am Sonntag. He writes about fashion, culture, and celebrities. Also he writes a column about a dog he found in Sicily. The dog is called Jack and is now part of the family. Adriano wrote several books and @harpercollinsde will publish his first novel NOTO on 20 February 2024. It's a tender portrait of a partnership and a wild love for Sicily, where death does not mean the end. Adriano lives in Berlin, Rome and Sicily.