Where The Real Wild Things Are

All photographs by Peter Beste
As you might expect, we at CR are huge fans of Norwegian Black Metal. So we were excited to see that an exhibition of photographs of fans of the notorious rock movement is on show at the Pool Gallery in Berlin.


All photographs by Peter Beste

As you might expect, we at CR are huge fans of Norwegian Black Metal. So we were excited to see that an exhibition of photographs of fans of the notorious rock movement is on show at the Pool Gallery in Berlin.

The images have been taken over a period of seven years by US photographer and Black Metal fan Peter Beste. Over several trips to Norway, he made friends with the scene’s protagonists while interviewing and photographing them. His shots reveal the Black Metallists in their favoured environments of forests and deserted landscapes, as well as at concerts.

The exhibition will be on show at Pool Gallery until April 30.

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