Posts tagged “Angola

angola days – searching for that tune

as usual I woke up by the drums, full of no coffee. LP started the day with his wake up call for the Globo. then we met in #112 and we were searching for the tune. finally the tune was there, we found that Globo-Rock

Angola – Idalina makes it!

Jorge and me drove together to Idalinas house in the center of Viana. we  just wanted to do some promotion pictures for vocational training. Idalina was already preparing food and  During the day, we started together with Jorge to develope another idea…., later on, back in theGlobo hotel my neighbors in room 112, the Globo boys Louis Pedro, Edson and their friends  contributed the tunes. the first of our photo novels was created

angola – globo days

I was searching for a place to stay in Luanda. then I run into the globo hotel.  LP the drummer of #112 was the first member of globo family I run into.  later I met all the others,  Andre the guy at the reception, the rest of band from #112, Anna who was taking care of us, Ihosvanny painted in the ground floor, Kabinda the breakfast queen. luckily they accepted me to stay. room 226. the boys from the band played the whole night

angola days – the idea

we did it. after finishing Randa’s photographer workshop „Zukunft entwickeln“ we followed our ideas. we took the exposition and showed them in a favela nearby Luanda. they all told us their ideas, wrote them down and we made the book „sonhos angolanos“ for them

angola days – future talks part II

photography mets vocational training.

Ok, we did it again. this time Edson and me went to Pavillion 12. photography mets vocational training. in the vocational school in Viana we wanted to show the Addis Ababa exhibition. there was lot of preparation and repair to do. finally we opened the exhibition. the students wanted to photographed with a typical pose of teached professions.then the big rain came and we missed the welder

angola days – future talks part I

               we have been a bunch of photographers and friends in Addis Ababa. we photographed for a group exhibition about „future development“. then the idea was clear. we wanted to show this exhibition in a remote suburb of Luanda. my friend Edson and me went there and opened our first open air exhibition. then we where asked to photograph everyone with their future dreams. we did it and we discovered our first follower

angola days – Luanda

my friend Edson is responsible. he dragged me into his Luanda full of music. the band stayed next door room #112, they played good old rock for breakfast. cool

making of „trabahar seguro!“

we produced that fine little cartoon movie together in Hotel Globo, Luanda. Ihosvanny was drawing like hell. Jorge passed by. he brought food and drinks. the boys in Room 112 recorded the tunes

angola days – trabahar seguro!!

Ihosvanny was drawing the whole saturday. we were obsessed to finish that little cartoon movie

angola – my friend Cuca

my friend Cuca is a hero and curious. all his life he likes to travel and to make new friends. he visited me in Germany, found new friends and then he visited Europe. till the end

the worker


since the time, when I was young and we were dreaming of of a working class revolution, I have to go into every factory on my way. everywhere on my journeys I have to go into the factory and tell the stories of the workers. nothing has changed since our early dreams 40 years ago

angola days – the painter

we met on the streets somewhere downtown in Luanda. he painted a wall. we were searching some design material for a teaching book on vacational training. he did it


angola days – making of

Kuduru is more than music. Kuduru is everywhere in the streets of Luanda. we found a little studio downtown. the band where performing on a construction site. finally at the end we started to understand Kuduru. took us a long time

angola days – working class hero

we were hanging out in some downtown bars in Luanda. listening to the beats from the local station. we had to do a music clip to promote the idea of vocational training in Angola. later on we found the kid from the band os k.baila and we did it

angola days – the fashion show

it was one of this typical days in Luanda.  we were hanging out in the Globo. one of our photographers friends had a job in the hotel next door. we wanted to join him, but as usual we were late and ran into the wrong door. we photographed the whole show back stage and had fun