20 marvellous photo montages of Hanoi and Paris

(VOV) -Using techniques of superimposition and photo montage, German photographer Matthias Meyer has blurred the lines between authenticity and imitation in a unique exhibition /”> exhibition you won’t want to miss.

By cleverly superimposing 20 images of Paris and Hanoi , the imaginative artist has created alternately quirky and poignant images bringing together various aspects of the two urban worlds.

The free exhibition /”> exhibition , themed Disorientation a Small Paris in Hanoi , will run July 22 -26 at the Goethe Institute in Hanoi .

Matthias Meyer was born in Gottingen, Germany in 1969 . He studied art at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf with Gerhard Richter and was named ‘student of honour ( Meisterschuler ) in Richter’s last master class in 1994.

Meyer is currently residing in Hanoi and is teaching a course for photographers from all around the globe.

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