German photographer Guido Klumpe’s work includes abstract, minimalist, and street photography. Born with a severe congenital visual impairment, he perceives the world differently. Guido sees cities as urban landscapes, landscapes consisting of shapes, colors, light and reflections. For his compositions, he uses perspective, a particular point of view, and the poetry of chance in the old tradition of street photography, thereby creating a “stage” in which passers-by act as protagonists. His work highlights the mystery and absurdity of urban spaces while simultaneously revealing its hidden beauty. Guido's work has won numerous international awards and has been widely published and exhibited throughout Europe.