Heiner Lukas Beisert (born 1999 in Crivitz) is a German photojournalist and author. He has been defining his approach to documenting spaces and the environmental portrayal of cityscapes, ever since he was gifted a camera at the age of only seven. His works consist of a thematically unique amalgamation of a wide plethora of aspects intertwined with political criticism. The portrayal of existential dimensions through visually recreating human solitude and mortality in the context of modern performance societies, delivers innovative perspectives on the matter of contemporary photography. He currently lives and works in Rostock for galleries and numerous papers in the German northeast, as well as Poland. As of 2021, Heiner L. Beisert is a full member of Polish photography collective „RUST”.
03/2021: Rostock (Germany), Kröpeliner Tor: "Sołtysowice, oder: Vom Umgang mit der Zeit"
05/2021: Rühn Abbey (Germany): "Bound East" as part of the MV-Foto display "Die ernsthafte Suche nach der Heiterkeit"
05/2021: Rostock (Germany), Café A Rebours: "Strom — Stadt"
07/2021: Wrocław (Poland), ARThropocene Festival: "A Tale, Closed"
08/2021: Schwerin (Germany), "Ehm Welk" Education Center: "Dissidents"
10/2021: Rostock (Germany), UNFUG: "Supernova. A structuralists approach to the untamed"