Christian Reister’s intriguing photos capture Berlin after dark

A new book from Hoxton Mini Press features Reister’s grainy, black and white images of the German capital’s famously hedonistic nightlife

German photographer Christian Reister has been documenting the streets of Berlin since 2001, when he moved to the city from southern Germany as a 25-year-old bass guitarist.

In 2011 he decided to make the switch from colour to black & white and digital to analogue, turning the lens of his new compact 35mm camera on the city’s well-known club scene.

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