Stuttgart Municipal Library In Photographs By Skander Khlif – Design You Trust

Stuttgart Municipal Library In Photographs By Skander Khlif

Skander Khlif is a 34-year-old Tunisian-German engineer and contemporary street and documentary photographer currently based in Munich, Germany. Skander studied High Frequency Technology and human machine interface. Attended the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nurnberg and earned his master’s degree in Engineering.

Before having lived in 8 different cities, he grew up in Tunis where like most of the local kids he spent most of his time playing and wandering the streets of his quarter. Today he still have a deep relationship with the streets and public areas which he considers as a theater stage where every one is playing, acting and performing.

More info: Skander Khlif, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: photogrist)

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