The perfect souvenir to take with you and a persistent memory…
“Michel and Elbe”, a superb gallery in Eimsbüttel with a pure “to stay” loft ambiance, can guarantee good quality photographs of Hamburg and its port. You will find many unusual views of Hamburg and images that convey great moods. In addition to the exhibits that are on display, there is a wide choice of motifs, all in different sizes and different materials (canvas on wood frame, Dibond etc.). Here you’ll find competent and detailed advice, even from the creative mind of “the captain” himself (Andreas-Schmidt-Wiethoff). His black and white love turned pure passion into this exciting business idea.
Michel und Elbe has also become a platform for other artists. Together, they aim to offer stylish images of Hamburg and its people. The perfect combination to satisfy a spotter!
I also enjoy just walking past to admire their latest storefront pictures and experience a short daydream. My photography talent is still expandable, Michel und Elbe gives me the best inspiration.
How about a postcard memory or a bottle of their new “Hafenbrause”, an excellent Palatine champagne for € 25, only here!
The owner of the gallery “Michel and Elbe” has acquired the declined archive of the Hamburger Photographer John Holler from the 50s and gradually digitized this treasure of celluloid. The collection mainly shows people in the city in black and white and available as a limited edition at Michel und Elbe.
Now there is a preview of the 2016 calendar, always highly sought after!