Photographers with heart soul and films

Founded with purism

This passion project was founded in 2020 by analogue photographer Thomas Hankel out of love for photography. After more than 30 years of photography, from 35mm to large format, he founded his own gallery. As it would quickly become boring if you only ever saw your own pictures, he invited his colleagues and fellow photographers to join him. All of them grew up with analogue photography and, like Roman Walczyna, comes from the beauty & fashion. Many other international photographers are waiting in the wings and have long been infected with the new "grain instead of pixel virus". By the way, our next stop is Santa Barbara, where we are looking for a gallery partner in SoCal.

Digital photos bore me to death-

Thomas Hankel Leipzig

Photographer and photojournalist-music, Bauhaus graduate, Creative Director, Enterpreneur, Agency owner torpedo motor GmbH

Best photo disciplines: Band photography, covers and magazines, reportage, music photography - live in concert
Favourite cameras: Nikon S3+F4, ContaxG2 and 645, Linhof Technika 4x5".


For the love of film

Roman Walczyna Berlin

Roman Walczyna is a creative photo artist from Germany and currently lives in Berlin. He refined his characteristic, aesthetic style by paying great attention to the details of fashion and beauty photography.

Roman Walczyna started a successful career in the fashion and beauty photography over 20 years ago and has had countless publications of his work in international magazines such as Vogue and Harper's Bazzar. His passion is pure black and white photography.

Punks on Film

Christiane Eisler Leipzig

Christiane Eisler has been working as a freelance photographer in Leipzig since the 1980s
Born in Berlin in 1958, Christiane moved to Leipzig to study photography at the HGB in 1978. She graduated in 1983 in Evelyn Richter's class.
She specialises in social documentary photography, particularly in youth cultures and comparative observations of places and people over long periods of time. The portrait is at the centre of her work.

Punk in the GDR.
Leipzig 1982/83: Years of adaptation and rebellion. Photographer Christiane Eisler experienced and documented the wild beginnings of the punk movement in the GDR, mainly in Leipzig and Berlin. She took unique photographs of concerts and gatherings that got out of hand and, above all, very personal portraits. Many photographs were not allowed to be shown in the GDR and exhibitions were banned.

The Gallery Analog Art Photography is showing a new edition of hand-enlarged black and white images from Christiane Eisler's extensive archive of negatives.

Naturally modern

Sarah Zak Berlin/Mexico City

An ode to naturalness. Analog and intimate portraits by Instagram photographer Sarah Zak. Sometimes it's the imperfect that's perfect - Sarah Zak's work shows this in an impressive way.

A woman photographs women. And she does it without any poses or Photoshop filters. Real nude images free of the modified artificiality that is so ubiquitous in our world.

Sarah Zak's works are presented in Germany exclusively by the gallery Analog Art Photography.

Feral Bucharest

Mihai Barabancea Bucharest Romania

Feral Bucharest.
MIHAI BARABANCEA documents life in the streets and back alleys of his hometown Bucharest. His photographs are situated between reportage and voyeurism, telling in glaring contrasts about the rapid social transformations of Romania and the Eastern Balkans.

Barabancea's protagonists are night owls, daydreamers, winners and losers. His works reflect how artificial social stereotypes influence society and how reductive narratives shape contemporary culture. Barabancea seeks to challenge the status quo and ridicule the notion of superficial, shallow normality through his images of the absurd and grotesque.

Barabancea reaches his audience through the publication of his works in photo books. His work can now be seen for the first time in an exhibition in Germany.

Self portraits on film

Annabel @newearthartist Dortmund Germany

Annabel Lange enters the realm of photography with a captivating focus on intimacy and vulnerability. Through self-portraits, she captures not only moments but also the internal feelings that accompany them. Her camera becomes a tool for self-reflection, and her images narrate stories that often remain unspoken.

However, it's not just herself that takes center stage in her work. Annabel also portrays people from her surroundings, thereby visually encapsulating the bonds that connect them. Each picture speaks of relationships and closeness, of emotions and connections that constitute our humanity.

Annabel's photos visualize the invisible, giving emotions a tangible form. They serve as a reminder that true beauty lies within the depths of the soul, and photography is a potent way to unveil this beauty.