Neo Rauch, artist.
Paul Spies, since 2016 director of the Stadtmuseum Berlin and chief curator of the Federal State of Berlin at the Humboldt Forum.
“Toni is a professional sponger, asphalt princess, survivor. She was 13 when she ran away from home, today she is 19 and isn't at home anywhere. The portrait of a young woman who does not worry about tomorrow." (Silke Müller)
Annette Schavan, former Federal Minister.
Cem Özdemir, German politician (Alliance '90 / The Greens).
Katrin Göring-Eckardt, German politician (Alliance '90 / The Greens).
Prof. Dr. Rainer O. Neugebauer, chairman of the Board of Trustees for the art project "Organ2/ASLSP".
Marina Litvinenko, the widow of ex-Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko who died in London from radioactive polonium.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Thiel in his office at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
Nikeata Thompson, British dancer, choreographer and actress.
Prof. Dr. med. Ulrich Dirnagl, Director Experimental Neurology at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
Marc Albrecht, conductor.
Feras Fayyad, Syrian film director, producer, writer, editor and cinematographer.
Prof. Dr. Christian Drosten, Head of Administrative Office for Global Health and Director Institute of Virology at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, German politician (Christian Democratic Union of Germany). Serving as Minister of Defence since July 2019.
Simone Klimmeck, tattoo artist.
Shasta Ellenbogen, freelance musician. The portrait was taken in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sascha Disselkamp, operator of the KitKat Club / Sage Club and chairman of the Berlin Club Commission.
Ersan Mondtag, director, set and costume designer for theater and opera.
Stephan Zilias, conductor.
Liya Tmuzgi, Eritrean refugee.
Milka Yemane, co founder of Stichting Lemat.
Kokob Tekle, member of Stichting Lemat.
Marco Wanderwitz, German politician (Christian Democratic Union of Germany). Since February 2020, he is the Federal Government Commissioner for the New Federal States (East Germany).
Daniel Grunenberg, keyboardist of the electropop duo Glasperlenspiel.
Franziska Schreiber, former German politician and media personality.
Max Aschenbacher, German politician (Die PARTEI).
Leif Randt, writer.
Majed Al Wawi, refugee from Syria. Today he works on a Ship-to-shore container crane at the Terminal Burchardkai of the Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG.
Caren Lay, German politician (The Left), in Salon zur wilden Renate. Lay initiated the proposal to save clubs in the German parliament.
David Cezar Ciura, managing director of the Berlin club Griessmuehle.
Eva Menasse, Austrian author and journalist.
Eugen Ruge, writer, director and translator.
Andris Nelsons, Gewandhauskapellmeister of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Maya Ghazal, Syrian refugee from Damascus. Ghazal is pursuing Aviation Engineering with Pilot studies at Brunel University London.
Heiko Maas, German politician (Social Democratic Party of Germany), Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Carola Rackete, Sea Watch ship's captain.
Helen Turner and Pablo Wendel, E-WERK Luckenwalde.
Sven Schelker, Swiss theater and film actor.
Sven Schelker, Swiss theater and film actor.
Roland Kaiser, singer.
Carsten Stahl, anti-bullying trainer.
Rainald Grebe, singer-songwriter.
Participants of the conference 'The Other 1 Percent - Refugees at Institutions for Higher Education Worldwide’.
Didi Senft alias "Tour Devil".
Ai Weiwei, Chinese contemporary artist.
Ai Weiwei, Chinese contemporary artist.
Christoph Röhl, film director.
Samuel Finzi, actor.
Micha Schäfer, Michelin star chef at restaurant Nobelhart & Schmutzig.
Andrea Nahles, German politician (Social Democratic Party of Germany), leader of the Social Democratic Party.
Manuela Schwesig, German politician (Social Democratic Party of Germany), Minister-President of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
Jens Spahn, German politician (Christian Democratic Union of Germany), Federal Minister of Health.
Katja Riemann, actress and singer.
Katharina Schulze, German politician (Alliance '90 / The Greens).
Peter Willy Brandt, historian and retired professor.
Hans-Christian Ströbele, German politician (Alliance '90 / The Greens).
Sebastian Kurz, Chancellor of Austria, at Bundeskanzleramt in Vienna.
Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck, Federal Chairman of the Alliance '90 / The Greens.
Noosha Aubel, town councillor for Education, Culture and Sport of the state capital Potsdam.
Peter Altmaier, German politician (Christian Democratic Union of Germany), Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Kevin Kühnert, German politician (Social Democratic Party of Germany), chairman of the Young Socialists (Jusos).
Guido Thorsten Reil, German politician (Alternative for Germany).
Nils Frahm, pianist and composer.
Christophe Solioz, Swiss Balkan expert and author.
Deborah Feldman, American-German author.
Peter K., former GDR border guard.
Magnus Øen Carlsen, world chess champion from Norway.
Igor Levit, Russian-German pianist.
David Chipperfield, British architect.
Linda Teuteberg, German politician (Free Democratic Party).
Yara Bader, Syrian human rights activist.
Wim Wenders, filmmaker.
Ahmad Mohammad al-Tayyeb, Egyptian Islamic scholar and Grand Imam of al-Azhar.
Maybrit Illner, journalist and TV presenter.
Teresa Bücker, editor-in-chief of the online magazine Edition F.
Suzie Grime, blogger.
Ryan Mendoza, American artist and Savior of the Rosa Park`s House.
Exile Ensemble, artists in exile.
Ahmad Al S., Syrian refugee.
Nujeen Mustafa, Syrian refugee.
Marie Leuenberger, Swiss actress.
Aksel Kolstad, Norwegian pianist.
Harry Sarfo, a former Islamic State fighter from Germany.
Finja Reblin. Portraits of people, who have suffered from depression and burnout syndrome.
Jürgen Trittin, German politician (Alliance '90 / The Greens).
The German Christian (aka Agit) fought against IS at the side of Kurdish People`s Protection Unit YPG.
Genadi Tzachenko, Ukrainian voices acrobat.
Alexander Eberhard Gauland, German politician (Alternative for Germany).
Linda Steinhoff, German-Norwegian actress.
Graciano „Rocky“ Rocchigiani (* 29. Dezember 1963; † 1. Oktober 2018), professional boxer.
Sigmar Gabriel, German politician (Social Democratic Party of Germany), Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy.
Jonas Mekas (* 24. Dezember 1922; † 23. Januar 2019), Lithuanian film director, writer and curator.
Yusra Mardini, Syrian swimmer and member of the Refugee Olympic Athletes Team 2016.
Spencer Stone, Airman First Class. The American prevented an attack in a French express train.
Reem Atef Sahwil, Palestinian from Lebanon and "Merkel's refugee girl".
Giulia Enders, writer and scientist.
Volker Herzog, Mayor of Vorra. In Vorra a fire attack in 2014 destroyed a planned shelter for asylum seekers.
Prof. Dr. Mouhanad Khorchide, Austrian sociologist, Islamic scholar and religious educator.
Aliullah N., former local employee of the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan.
Gilbert Furian, former political prisoner in the GDR.
Günter Taubmann, father of a victim of the Wall.
Hans-Holger Friedrich alias Friedrich Liechtenstein, musician, actor and entertainer.
Anke Margarete Domscheit-Berg, management consultant and career coach.
Napuli Paul Langa, refugee activist from South Sudan.
Konstantin Loskutnikov, Russian businessman.
Adyan, protagonist of the radio documentary "Berlin-Kreuzberg: 7 Girls, 365 Days".
Winfried Kretschmann, German politician (Alliance '90 / The Greens).
Ragnar Kjartansson (left), Icelandic performance artist and Kjartan Sveinsson, Icelandic musician and composer.
Helmut Schmidt (* 23. Dezember 1918; † 10. November 2015), German politician (Social Democratic Party of Germany) and former Chancellor of West Germany.
Daniel Barenboim, Argentine-Israeli pianist and conductor.
Leander Hausmann, film and theater director.
Cameron Carpenter, American organist and composer.
Shin Dong-hyuk, North Korean-born human rights activist.
Maik M., Bundeswehr soldier and participant of the battle near Isa Kehl, Afghanistan.
David Goldberg, Israeli-German rabbi.
Sexual offender in the social-therapeutic section of the Waldeck prison.
Christopher Glazek, initiator of the Yale AIDS Memorial Project (YAMP).
Richard Karl Freiherr von Weizsäcker (* 15. April 1920; † 31. Januar 2015), German politician (Christian Democratic Union of Germany) and former President of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Rolf Shimon Eden, German businessman, former nightclub owner and Playboy.
Scandal - shooting with the authors of Ohrenkuss (Ear Kiss) - a magazine made by people with Down's syndrome.
Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, German politician (Christian Democratic Union of Germany), Federal Minister of Finance.
Hauwa Uma-Mustaphar, Climate Witness from Nigeria and Director of Tubali Development Initiative.
Karl Schlögel, professor emeritus. Historian of Eastern European history and publicist.
Sven Marquardt, photographer and most famous doorman of the Techno Club Berghain.
Sven Marquardt, photographer and most famous doorman of the Techno Club Berghain.
Denis Mamadou Gerhard Cuspert, former gangster rapper (Deso Dogg) and one of the most famous German IS jihadists in Syria.
Liao Yiwu, Chinese author, poet and musician.
Abdul Malek, survivor and sole eyewitness to Bundeswehr Kunduz airstrike (2009) in Afghanistan.
Markus Lüpertz, painter and sculptor.
Tyler Brûlé, Canadian journalist, entrepreneur and magazine publisher.
Hesham Shashaa aka Abu Adam (center), Islamic scholar and Salafist.
Dorothea Kehr alias Dota, singer songwriter.
Hendrik Weber alias Pantha du Prince, musician, composer and conceptual artist.
Anna-Lisa Plettenberg, editor at Ohrenkuss magazine.
Amir Kassaei, Iranian-Austrian copywriter and international creative director of the advertising agency DDB.
Alfred Kulhanek, 81-year-old squatter.
Alfred Kulhanek, 81-year-old squatter.
Anna Thalbach, actress.
Sara Stridsberg, Swedish author and translator.
Boys Noize aka Alexander Ridha, electronic music producer and DJ.
Sascha und Olja, orphans from Nowodolinka/ Kazakhstan.