Jan K. Tyrel 1


Jan K. Tyrel: Berlin born and raised. He has portrayed Berlin at night for many years. Tyrel motifs do not fit a classical genre. He sees the illuminated metropole as an erected space in mechanical motion. The single individual is rare in his photos and then only as forms. His photos remind us of night shots shown on postcards of the early twentieth century. Yet, his work is not nostalgic. This look also encompasses modern forms of architecture and its illumination.


Berlin Kreuzberg / Thielenbridge / Landwehrkanal / Maybachufer

Berlin Friedrichshain / Schillingbridge

Berlin Schoeneweide / Treskow-Bridge with crossing Tram

Berlin Lichtenberg / unnamed historic Reichsbahn-Bridge

Berlin Fhain-Xberg / Oberbaum Bridge during Rush Hour

Berlin Schoeneweide / The Stubenrauch-Bridges

Berlin Schoeneweide / foggy Rush Hour

Berlin Mitte / Muehlendamm-Schleuse

Berlin Traveller

Berlin Treptow / The new Minna Todenhagen Bridge

Berlin Potsdamer Platz

Berlin Koepenick / foggy Tram Station

Berlin Mitte / East German Bordertroop Barracks 1988 / ORWO NP20 Film

Good Morning Berlin!

Berlin Rush Hour

Berlin Kreuzberg / Hallesches Tor Subwaystation

Berlin Friedrichstrasse / Historic Border-Bridge

Berlin S-Bahn-Station

Berlin Potsdamer Platz / Elements

Berlin Friedrichsbridge with Dome and Pergola

Berlin Friedrichshain / frozen Schilling-Bridge

Berlin Mitte / Castlebridge

berlin Johannisthal / Details of foggy Grassl-Bridge