Tonight, premium denim brand Citizens of Humanity is opening a photo exhibition in Berlin’s Galerie 206, inside of the renowned department store Quartier 206. 

The exhibition will showcase portraits from the brand new issue No.8 of Citizens’ own bi-annual magazine publication ”Humanity”: Yoko Ono shot by Francesco Carrozzini (son of Vogue Italia’s editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani), Red Hot Chili Peppers’ singer Anthony Kiedis shot in the legendary Sheats Goldstein Residence in Los Angeles by Scott Lipps and Bob Marley’s widow Rita Marley, portrayed by Marley’s friend Lee Jaffe. There will also be a range of images staging the characters of the good old Sesame Street in classic editorial style by Rafael Pulido.

The exhibition will be on view from April 22 until June 25. All of the large-scale photographs are for sale with the proceedings going to the Silverlake Music Conservatory – a musical education charity in which Anthony Kiedis is engaged as a board member – as well as to the Sesame Workshop, the non-profit-organization behind the Sesame Street.

Humanity No.8 at Galerie 206
Department Store Quartier 206, 1st floor
Friedrichstraße 71
10017 Berlin
Opening times: Monday-Friday: 11am-8pm, Saturday: 10am-6pm

Flyer for the exhibition launch
Flyer for the exhibition launch

Anthony Kiedis shot by Scott Lipps
Anthony Kiedis shot by Scott Lipps

Yoko Ono shot by Francesco Carrozzini
Yoko Ono shot by Francesco Carrozzini
 
The Cookie Monster by Rafael Pulido
The Cookie Monster by Rafael Pulido