Luxembourg artist Paul Krips, known for his monumental murals, explores photography and Polaroids in the "Time 0" exhibition taking place at Neimënster.
For the past two years, Krips has explored a variety of cities--from New York to Barcelona, Brussels to Lisbon--and confinement gave him all the more reason to photograph cities in the grand duchy.
"Time 0" gets its inspiration from the Polaroid film released in 1980, Time Zero Supercolor, which dramatically reduced development time. Kirps chose an SX-70 Polaroïd model--used by the likes of Chuck Close, Walker Evans, and Robert Mapplethorpe--to capture the shots, which have been printed to larger scale for the exhibition.
Guided tours by the artists are also being organised, following standard safety measures as usual. For more information visit neimenster.lu