Posts Tagged: German

Christiane Feser : “Folds” Series (Photo Collage)

Folded landscapes, digitally arranged from an archive with photographs of thousands of folded ‘A4’ sheets.

Christiane Feser : “Folds” Series (Photo Collage)

Folded landscapes, digitally arranged from an archive with photographs of thousands of folded ‘A4’ sheets.

Sven Hamann : Photography

German painter and photographer, Sven Hamann puts his eyes on the common architecture and daily life. Almost abstract details of his photographs reveal the beauty fronts. Sometimes unexpected beauty. For his shots, Sven Hamann takes as the subject that residential buildings and anonymous currents away from stardom projects renowned architects.

Sven Hamann : Photography

German painter and photographer, Sven Hamann puts his eyes on the common architecture and daily life. Almost abstract details of his photographs reveal the beauty fronts. Sometimes unexpected beauty. For his shots, Sven Hamann takes as the subject that residential buildings and anonymous currents away from stardom projects renowned architects.

Sonja Braas : “Forces” Series (Photography)

Sonja Braas photography is a culmination of a world spanning project which has been in the making for several years. Braas makes photographs in museums of natural history or zoology in which one passes through different environment zones. These are constructed of three-dimensional materials with painted backdrops receding into a mysterious distance.

Sonja Braas : “Forces” Series (Photography)

Sonja Braas photography is a culmination of a world spanning project which has been in the making for several years. Braas makes photographs in museums of natural history or zoology in which one passes through different environment zones. These are constructed of three-dimensional materials with painted backdrops receding into a mysterious distance.

Peter Keetman : ‘Volkswagen Werk’ Series (Photography)

In 1953, Peter Keetman spent a week at the Volkswagen plant in Wolfsburg. The result was a series of exceptionally clear, almost abstractly detailed photographs that document the entire production process of the VW Beetle. Storage stacks of shiny metal bumpers look like so many modernist sculptures; car bodies hovering above the assembly line retrospectively form a surreal Pop Art montage.

Peter Keetman : ‘Volkswagen Werk’ Series (Photography)

In 1953, Peter Keetman spent a week at the Volkswagen plant in Wolfsburg. The result was a series of exceptionally clear, almost abstractly detailed photographs that document the entire production process of the VW Beetle. Storage stacks of shiny metal bumpers look like so many modernist sculptures; car bodies hovering above the assembly line retrospectively form a surreal Pop Art montage.