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ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.
ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.
ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.
ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.
ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.
ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.
ANALOG in black font down centre of red, pink, white and black cover.

Analog Total

Photography Today

Edited by Grassi Museum für angewandte Kunst
By (author) Olaf Thormann
By (author) Silvia Gaetti
By (author) Christin Müller

£42.00

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  • Analogue photography in our day and age
  • Twenty-four contemporary artists from German-speaking countries
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Analogue photography is enjoying a revival. Whereas digital photography is predominantly used for documentary and everyday purposes, its analogue counterpart is becoming increasingly popular as an artistic and experimental medium.

This catalogue showcases the wide variety of contemporary trends in analogue photography as exemplified by individual and serial works, as well as photographic installations. Produced by 24 artists from German-speaking countries, the works are grouped into four thematic sections that illustrate different facets of this art form, all with a distinct focus on the material and experimental uses of light, chemical ingredients, and technique.

The publication highlights contemporary takes on photograms, chemigrams, and lumen printing, which all hark back to the early days of photography. Silver daguerreotypes and ambrotypes of modern-day sceneries create a disturbing anachronistic effect. Yet other artists employ very different forms of photography that go beyond simple cameras.

The catalogue also includes artistic positions that blur the boundaries between analogue and digital photography, e.g., by interacting with artificial intelligence, collaborating with digital machines, and transposing digital images into analogue pictures. The show includes work by: Sylvia Ballhause, Eun Sun Cho, Günter Derleth, Jana Dillo, Tine Edel, Alexander Gehring, Spiros Hadjidjanos, Alexander Kadow, Georgia Krawiec, Martin Kreitl, Antje Kröger, Ute Lindner, Lilly Lulay, Harald Mairböck, Florian Merkel, Falk Messerschmidt, Elisabeth Moritz, Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs, Helena Petersen, René Schäffer, Karoline Schneider, Regina Stiegeler, Claus Stolz, Ria Wank.

Text in English and German.

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Specifications
Publisher
Verlag Kettler
ISBN
9783862069507
Published
18th Jul 2022
Binding
Hardback
Territory
World excluding Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Size
240 mm x 165 mm
Pages
192 Pages
Illustrations
77 color, 55 b&w
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