Frank Lübke works as a recognized portrait
photographer for national and international magazines. His work is centered
around the human being. In his photo concept "Me, Myself and I", he
portrayed more than fifty celebrities. Since 2017, these pictures are being
published in Europe's largest people magazine "Stern" each week.
Frank Lübke lives and works in Berlin and Munich.
Self-reflection - from person to person
Frank Lübke's photographic art is about
people and their journeys of self-exploration. The conversation with each of
the depicted characters often takes more time than the actual photo shoot. In
2010, Frank Lübke's photo project "Me, Myself and I" stemmed from a
quest to answer the question of self-knowledge - "Are we our best friend
or worst enemy?"
The pictures portray people meeting their
alter ego. They can give themselves a hug, whisper something in their ear, look
into their eyes or sing a duet together. The duality of each person is
expressed: "Happiness and Sadness", "Reality and Hope",
"Profession and Passion" confront each other in the pictures.
From conception to picture
Before Frank Lübke fully dedicated himself to
photography, he also worked as a successful creative director in the
advertising industry. During this time, he won over eighty national and
international creative awards for his ideas and conceptions. Frank Lübke
continues to be a member of the Art Director Club for Germany. Since 2010, he
has been working exclusively as a photographer and his photographs were part of
several exhibitions and topics of discussion in art magazines. The conceptual
works can be discovered in each of his photographs, for Frank Lübke considers
each picture to contain an idea.