Lukas Maximilian Hueller “Cuba: Musicos y Otras Impressionas” 29.08 – 28.09.2002 –

August 29, 2002 10:12 pm Published by
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Lukas Maximilian Hueller

graduated in 1995 from the “Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre” in Brussels. His interest for the Belgium art and photography scene inspired his early works and allowed him reach soon international recognition.
The Technique
Hueller works with a 360 grades rotating camera with intergrated rolling film. He makes no use of computer and the film negative is not manipulated.

Cuba y sus Musicos
Hueller’s fascination for Latin America, the culture, the landscapes, the people and the way of living reached a paroxism in Cuba, after several trips in other parts of the continent. 

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The mix of sadness, joy of life, anticapitalism, corruption, followers, opponants, catholicism, different skin colors, country adoration, country hatred, ….all these contrasts are included within the unending momentum of the rythm of the music, from Salsa to Son, simply reunited or maybe forgotten.
“A fascination which pushed me to approach some of the thousands of musicians which help provide people some freedom , by clearly outing critics through the lines of their lyrics, and which eventually allowed this communistic bastion located in the middle of the Caraibs and just in front of the Miami beaches to become increadibly popular”.
The serie “Cuba y sus Musicos” was created over several months. It includes panoramic views portraying musiciens, people and their country, allowing the viewer to discover the actors and their surrounding in all their details. 





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Lukas Maximilian Hueller


1969 born in Vienna (Austria), after high school two years of studies of journalisme & communication at the University of Vienna, from 1989 to 1995 studies in the atelier of photography at the “Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre”, Brussels, Belgium, graduated in 1995; lives and works in Europe and South America.


1993 -Musee de la photographie, Charleroi, Belgium (C)
-Fool Moon Theatre, Brussels, Belgium (S)
1994 -Polaris, Brussels, Belgium (S)
-CSU Art Gallery – Institute for Art, Cleveland – Ohio, USA (C)
-Galerie Theoremes, Brussels, Belgium (C)
-Cirque d’Atelier Ouvert, Brussels, Belgium (C)1995 -Emerson Atrium gallery, Virginia, USA (S)
-Maison Van de Velde, Brussels, Belgium (C)
-Polaris, Brussels, Belgium (C)
-Palais Heizel, Brussels, Belgium (C)1996 -Galerie Faber, Vienna, Austria (C)
-Austrian Embassy, Washington DC, USA (C)
-Austrian Culturel Institute New York, USA (C)1997 -Musee de la Photographie, Charleroi, Belgium (C)
-Polaris, Brussels, Belgium (S)
-Plan K, Brussels, Belgium (C)
-Musee de l’Art Wallon, Biennale de la photographie et des Arts Visuels, Liege, Belgium (C)1998 -EXPO ’98, Universal Exhibition Lisbon, Austrian Pavilion, Portugal (C)
-Photokina, Koln, Germany (C)1999-EWZ, Zurich, Switzerland (C)
-Project “Belgica Boats”, Antwerpen, Belgium (C)2000 -La Chataigneraie, Centre wallon d’art Contemporain, Belgium (S)
-Le Botanique, within Brussels 2000 Cultural capital, Brussels, Belgium (C)
-Centre Culturel de Chenee, Liege, Belgium (S)
-Galerie le Reverbere 2, Lyon, France (C)2001 -Teatro National de Cuba, Havanna, Cuba (S)
-10eme Prix National Photographie Ouverte, Belgium
-Prix Public Musee de la Photographie, Belgium
-Fondation LEVIS, benelux
-Kodak Nachwuschforderpreis 1996, Austria, Germany & Switzerland
-Projektforderung Austrian Cultural Ministry (Bm:WKF) 1997, Austria
-Kulturamt der Stadt Wien (1993 & 1997), Austria
-Austrian Cultural Ministery (BMUK 1993 & BM:WKF 1996), Austria
-Musee de la Photographie Charleroi, Belgium
-Galerie Faber, Austria
-Centre Culturel de Chenee, Liege, belgium
-various private collections