"Eberle lets us see Niemeyer's building in a new light. Whether it's Brasilia, the largest gesamtkunstwerk of modern architecture, or a simple row of chairs at the UN, Eberle breathes new life into them. Udo Kittlemann compares the 44-year old's talent with that of Andreas Gursky: "I can't get enough of his photographs" says Kittelmann. "What Gursky achieved with the Giza Pyramid, Eberle does with Brasilia. He manages to extract new life out of objects that have otherwise been photographed to death. The only person who is capable of doing that is someone with a perfect eye."

Udo Kittelmann, Monopol Magazine