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A family during the pandemic on a small sports field at a school area during the pandemic. The mother is busy climbing, the man is holding the pram with one hand, the second older child is standing next to it with a bicycle helmet and watching.
© Michael Nguyen / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Events News
Exhibition report in the Münchner Merkur (print & online)
michael nguyen
Mar 12, 2022
Roadside encounters: photo exhibition at Bosco
Gauting-based photo poet Michael Nguyen has captured the great emptiness of the pandemic and much more. His pictures are now on display at Bosco.
Empty rows of seats with a lonely man on the edge at the Bregenz Festival, the dreary image of Rosenheim railway station lying there as if deserted, or the snapshot of Gauting's open-air swimming pool at the end of the season - the diving tower is reflected in the still clear pool water with the first autumn leaves. These pictures were taken by the Gauting photo poet and Klinge Prize winner Michael Nguyen. They can be seen at the Bosco in the exhibition "By the Roadside" until 14 May.

Written by Christine Cless-Wesle:
German (Münchner Merkur)
English (The Limited Times)

Discover the photo series “By the Roadside” by Michael Nguyen

Begegnungen am Straßenrand: Fotoausstellung im Bosco
Die große Menschenleere in der Pandemie und noch viel mehr hat der Gautinger Foto-Poet Michael Nguyen eingefangen. Seine Bilder sind nun im Bosco zu sehen.

Michael Nguyen: By the Roadside
Exhibition at bosco / Gauting, Germany

Read also the report from the Süddeutsche Zeitung

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