For the exclusive premiere of the short film “The Hidden Dimension”, a get-together took place on July 21 at H&M Mitte Garten as part of the #VisibleLove exhibition. #VisibleLove shows the facets of queer life captured through the lens of international queer photographers.

As a show of solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community, #VisibleLove has been expanded to additional H&M Group stores this year, making it the first outdoor exhibition in Berlin’s busy Mitte shopping district. The large shop windows of H&M Mitte Garten, & Other Stories, Weekday, COS, Monki and H&M show community motifs that celebrate love, inclusion and diversity.

“We are proud to contribute to #VisibleLove and to be able to use our reach to position ourselves against discrimination. We are convinced that this important initiative will not only have cultural value but also have a positive influence in and on the communities,” says Stiliana Stoyanova PR & Event Manager at Mitte Garten.

Visibility is the direct route to more equality. The #VisibleLove exhibition series shows that queerness exists, that we shouldn’t be degraded or live in the shadow of society,” says Christian Ruess, Founder & Creative Director of Container Love.

The outdoor exhibition can be seen until July 25, 2022 as follows:

Leo Maki, H&M Mitte Garten, Neue Schönhauser Str. 13, 10178 Berlin
Allie & Jesse, & Other Stories, Neue Schönhauser Str. 15, 10178 Berlin
Rob Tennent, Weekday, Neue Schönhauser Str. 17, 10178 Berlin
Jess T. Dugan, COS, Neue Schönhauser Str. 20, 10178 Berlin
Allie & Jesse, Monki, Munzstr. 20, 10178 Berlin
Soraya T. Zaman, H&M Alexa Shopping Center, Grunerstr. 20, 10179 Berlin

#VisibleLove can be found inside H&M Mitte Garten until July 31st, offering deeper insights and more information about Container Love and the participating artists.