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3elemts_#1 Limited Edition Photograph

Jo Fober


Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 47 W x 22 H x 1 D in

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air, land and water in special color. This was the reason to give the name elements :-). The history about the making of is, on egypt see i found this small isle and around sun downer i get the right light to shoot this photo. I have only a short time to find the right position in combination with the light situation during sundowner. This original are edition 2 of 5

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Photography:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:47 W x 22 H x 1 D in

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I am an established architecture and fashion photographer from Cologne in Germany. I have a set of evocative images from Coney Island, New York and louvre, Paris. Presented in Germany from Kaune Contemporary Gallery Biography Jo Fober. Jo Fober, Fashion and architectural photographer"”and 2008 Hasselblad Masters finalist"”, was born in 1964 and lives and works in Cologne, Germany, He shoots in future projects include more Fine art relegated pictures. Jo's first photographs of Coney Island in February set against an eerily winter grey sky evoke a time lost. The images speak of a past colorful and vibrant; through his lens, Jo hints at this past and invites the viewer to imagine how Coney Island was back then. The shops are there, the iconic wooden slats are there and Jo Fober's photographs bring you there to the heart and spirit that is Coney Island. While Bernd and Hilla Becher dedicate their work to the frontal photograph of industrial plants, the Cologne-based photographer has documentated the buildings of Paris with the same precision, that such experiments seem to allow him an seemingly inventory. The systematic frontal and central view give the photographs a documentary dimension, based on typology. It is precisely this system and the concept of the index, which gives an artistic dimension the photographed works. Jo Fober offers us a new perspective of cultural sites. His photography is an expression of tranquility and silence in this chaotic society: a sense of perspective and equilibrium. This is therapy for the soul. The german photographer has become famous as a master of bringing a vibrant energy to extraordinary interior spaces. Truly having an architect’s eye for presenting interiors, Fober captures and receates the feeling of three-dimensionality that each grand space contains. Always shooting during the most oppertune conditions and making use of only available natural light that is an integral element of the architecture itself. He captures the overall soul oft he superbly designed atmospheres. Please visit his website for more information about his artwork. HTTPS://WWW.FOBERPHOTOGRAPHY.COM Please be informed, the pictures are all availabe in different formats, please contact the curator or me for information. You see different formats in my artwork, the prizing can be used for caculation different formats of the interesting artwork.

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