Part of a French cultural center founded in Berlin in the 1950s. Cinema Paris has all the charming, decorative trappings of the classic picture house—neat rows of plush auditorium chairs, cascading velvet curtains, a grand, gilded stage, lit from below. Eirich, who was born in Germany, grew up near one such cinema herself and has always been drawn to the singular excitement of an evening at the movies. Cinema Paris seems to emphasize the immersive experience of such a space, it’s ability to envelop you and inspire awe. No matter what’s playing, there’s something reverent about being in a movie theater, admiring a majestic milieu, succumbing to silence and darkness, focussing on the film rolling in front of you. Theaters like Cinema Paris are temple-esque by intention, places of worship for film buffs, fans, and escapists alike. Eirich’s photograph leans into that vibe. The image is dominated by rich, regal jewel tones hinting at the holy, and golden, saintlike light streaming from the stage, a sliver of heavenly white canopy hovering overhead ... Read more on the blog!
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8"x10" | edition of 10
11"x14" | edition of 200
16"x20" | edition of 20
24"x30" | edition of 10
30"x40" | edition of 5
40"x50" | edition of 2