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Lucas Christiansen
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Bounty Studio
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Process Studio
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Work Impressions

by Daniel Gebhart de KoekkoekThis series by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek transports the viewer on a journey to Japan and renders the Japanese motorcycle counter culture Bōsōzoku, translating as ‘violent running tribe’.Bōsōzoku began in the fifties by a collection of frustrated youths from poorer socioeconomic backgrounds agitated by Japanese politics and  to challenge the hegemony of the ruling class. By removing the mufflers of their motorcycles, riding heedlessly through traffic and punctuating their cars and bikes with loud paint schemes, calculated to disturb and outrage.Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek documents Bōsōzoku in 2019, with new road laws passed in 2004 by the Japanese government to give police further power, Bōsōzoku is diminishing.
by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek
by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek
by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek
by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek
by Daniel Gebhart de KoekkoekThis series by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek transports the viewer on a journey to Japan and renders the Japanese motorcycle counter culture Bōsōzoku, translating as ‘violent running tribe’.Bōsōzoku began in the fifties by a collection of frustrated youths from poorer socioeconomic backgrounds agitated by Japanese politics and  to challenge the hegemony of the ruling class. By removing the mufflers of their motorcycles, riding heedlessly through traffic and punctuating their cars and bikes with loud paint schemes, calculated to disturb and outrage.Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek documents Bōsōzoku in 2019, with new road laws passed in 2004 by the Japanese government to give police further power, Bōsōzoku is diminishing.
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Photography

When it comes to high-end fun, Koekkoek is your gun. The photographer and director knows how to translate humour into authentic and unpolished pictures. Currently based between Berlin and Vienna, Koekkoek toys with the absurdity of the every day life using his highly acclaimed talent for the good, the bad and the ugly – which is beautiful. Son of a gun. With his roots in Tyrol/Austria, he moved to New York in 2008 to learn at Magnum Photos. Since then he has released award-winning art publications and exhibited throughout Europe, Asia and the US. Selected editorial clients: Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Monocle, Wallpaper*, Condé Nast, Financial Times, Bloomberg, L’Officiel, Vanity Fair, Times magazine, Office, Freunde von Freunden, brand eins, Baron, Masses, Punkt, Travel Almanac, Nicotine, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Weekender, Zeit Magazin Selected commercial clients: Adidas, Apple, Arte, Audi, BMW, BMW Mini, Helmut Lang, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, dm, Brandenburg, Austria Tourism Board, Zalando

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  • Willing To Travel
  • Willing To Work Onsite
  • Eligible to work in United States