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As old as its last name New Amsterdam is the fascination for this city, never sleeping, never failing to surprise, intimidate or to enchant.


PublisherMarcus Feindt
FramedNot included
Certificate of authenticityIncluded

About the artist

Marcus Feindt has spent over a decade capturing mystified abstract and narrative images of our world.

He is a self-taught travel and landscape photographer with formal training as a pilot. The passion for aviation and motion has led him to shoot in extraordinary locations, capturing an unparalleled perspective of the world around him.

Encouraged by the technical benefits of the era of digital photography, he experimented with different techniques to explore various styles, liberated from focusing on one particular field. As a result, the body of his work embraces an eclectic mixture from macro to astro: large-format cityscapes, panoramic landscapes and urban views, long-exposure photography and fine art architectural photographs. Feindt's mesmerising third dimension photography, paired with his rare view of life on earth, is yet most distinctive. This unique position secures him recognition amongst the next generation of great German photographers to come.

Marcus Feindt was born in Ludwigslust, Germany in 1984. He currently lives in Hamburg.

With ‘Airspaces’, Marcus Feindt gives his international debut, showing us the unseen of his daily life in the clouds.

"Marcus Feindt - Airspaces" is available for visit at De Mimi's Gallery, Prinsengracht 380-H Amsterdam from June to September 2021.


“I wouldn’t describe myself as an artist. It’s more about putting a smile on your face.

As a pilot I am lucky to capture our world from a unique perspective. These beautiful moments of nature, people and cities deserve it to be shared with you."


Other work of Marcus Feindt

Foxtrot, Turn, Turn, Turn
Photography, 90x60 cm (w/h)
November 1, Lost
Photography, 60x60 cm (w/h)
Sierra, Venezia
Photography, 60x40 cm (w/h)
Papa, Pyramid of the Sun
Photography, 60x60 cm (w/h)
Oscar, Matterhorn
Photography, 60x84 cm (w/h)
Zulu, Cauliflower
Photography, 60x90 cm (w/h)
Bravo, Thunderstruck
Photography, 40x40 cm (w/h)
Golf, Gobi
Photography, 60x60 cm (w/h)
Lima, Heavensdoor
Photography, 90x60 cm (w/h)
Kilo, Sphinx
Photography, 60x60 cm (w/h)