Citizens of Humanity is celebrating the launch of the 8th edition of the brand’s magazine Humanity with a photography exhibition of large-format prints from the magazine’s top stories. The exhibition will take place at a gallery in the department store Quartier 206 in Berlin, April 22-June 25.
Humanity is a biannual publication with intimate profiles of modern icons. Past issues featured celebrities like Courtney Love, Muhammad Ali, Bruce Weber and Hans Zimmer.
The current issue features artist and activist Yoko Ono, shot by Francesco Carrozzini, son of Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani. It also includes Red Hot Chili Peppers’ front man Anthony Kiedis and a series of portraits of the Sesame Street puppets along with an interview with the series’ makers.
All the photographs in the exhibition are for sale, with the profits going to the non-profit Silverlake Conservatory of Music, where Anthony Kiedis is a board member, as well as the Sesame Workshop, which is the non-profit organization behind Sesame Street.
The magazine is distributed at Galerie 206 in Quartier 206, in addition to specialty stores, hotels and art galleries globally.