Hubertus von Hohenlohe: Inside of me, portraits - VIEWING ROOM

John Berger writes in a text on portraiture:

"In order to preserve its order, its harmony, its tradition, a great deal of experience is usually excluded from art".

 

Hubertus von Hohenlohe came to cross many frontiers. His intense and airy life took him down unsuspected paths, through experiences uncommon to ordinary mortals and allowed him to meet an infinite number of people from all walks of life, from Andy Warhol to Morante de La Puebla, from Ai Weiwei to Niki Lauda, all of whom are present in his portraits.