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title: Thomas Kellner

editor (Herausgeber): VERVE Gallery of Photography

authors (Autoren): Schlesinger J.

artists (Künstler): Thomas Kellner

format: 19,5×15,2cm|7,68×5,98inches, 26 pages, softcover

languages (Sprachen): English

publisher (Verlag): VERVE Gallery of Photography

published (year): 2016

edition (Auflage): print on demand

price: N.N.

Thomas Kellner

VERVE Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, hosted a fine art photography exhibition with new VERVE Gallery Artists Louviere + Vanessa and Thomas Kellner, and with guest artist Angie Brockey. The exhibition was on view in the gallery September 1 through November 26, 2016.

German photo artist Thomas Kellner is known for his photographs of seemingly dancing architectural icons, gyrating structural landmarks from around the world. Even though his photographs are of popular structures, most of which have been mass produced, his artwork is unique.

Thomas describes his new artistic method as "visual analytical synthesis." His synthesis is not one photo shot but rather several thoughtfully planned shots in order to create a picture of an architectural landmark out of contact sheets. He usually keeps the horizontal and vertical lines at their ground level horizontal and vertical, whereas in the upper levels he has photographed in such as way that the horizontal lines undulate and the verticals tilt.

the catalog was issued for the representation of Thomas Kellner at Verve Gallery, Santa Fe New Mexico, USA

42#14, San Francisco, Afternoon at Golden Gate Bridge, 2004, BW-Print, 34,5 x 28,0 cm / 13,5" x 10,9", 10+3

thank you to director Jennifer Schlesinger and the owners Wilson and John Scanlan for the exhibition and this publication that will be a collectable