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Photography, Black & White on Baryta Paper
Size: 30.5 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in
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"Black-I, No.9" "Black" is a series photographed by Stefan May analog in black & white in Munich, Germany in 1998. • Munich 1998 • Giclée Print • Edition 20 • Baryta Paper • Paper Size 77,5 x 100 cm / 30,5 x 39,4 inch • Image Size 67,5 x 90 cm / 26,6 x 35,4 inch • Front signed and numbered • Sticker with Stamp, within titled, dated, numbered, signed This photograph is also available as a limited edition C-print in the sizes: • 55 x 70 cm / 21,7 x 27,6 inch (Edition 25) • 100 x 130 cm / 39,4 x 51,2 inch (Edition 12) Publications: • “Women, photographs by Stefan May“, Coffee Table Book by teNeues publisher 2004/2008 Please note: The size of the image and especially of the paper can have a tolerance of (+/-) 0,25 cm / 0,1 inch. Slight deviations in color, contrast and brightness in relation to the depiction of the shown photograph on the internet and on your individual calibrated screen can occur. Computers are also lit from behind, which can affect the level of brightness of an image. This photograph is copyrighted and for personal usage only, intented for display in the home or other private spaces. For all other uses, such as display in public spaces or institutions, publishing the image online or in print, or any other form of usage, permission must be granted by Stefan May. You can contact the photographer via his website. Photo © Stefan May, Munich - Germany, all rights reserved, www.stefanmay.com
Mediums:Black & WhiteAnalogNegative
Photography:Black & White on Baryta Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20
Size:30.5 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in
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Stefan May, who was born in Germany in 1962, took up his passion for photography after studying medicine. His first contact with the medium was in the photo lab of the Munich Dermatological Clinic under Prof. Dr. Braun-Falco, where he documented skin diseases with a Leica and a circular flash unit for the archive. The self-taught photographer was later a fashion photography assistant in Sydney for various fashion and beauty photographers. Ever since he made the decision to devote himself exclusively to photography, he has been working in the international sphere for well-known magazines like Leica Fotografie International, Black & White Australia, Photo Italia, Photo France, GQ, Elle, Vogue and major advertising clients like IBM, Lancaster, Coty Cosmetics, Davidoff and more. His works, presented in an exclusive online archive, continue to feature beauty, body, portraits, celebrities, people, animals, cityscapes and landscape subjects. More than anything, Stefan May came to fame with his sensual black and white photographs, first published by teNeues in 2002: Couples, Photographs by Stefan May. In 2003, the followup Men, Photographs by Stefan May, was published, and in 2004 Women, Photographs by Stefan May in several editions. The two volumes Men and Women were published again in a smaller format in 2008. His publication Women Only by Stefan May in 2009 presents black and white and color photographs. Another one of Stefan May’s specialties is photographic series on big cities all over the world, such as Paris, Berlin and New York, which he publishes under his pseudonym Lance Lensfield or Lensfield Project. In these works he shows the viewer his very personal view of the cities as he discovered them on many trips with his camera. The first photo-volume from this area of his work was also published by teNeues in 2002: New York, Photographs by Lance Lensfield, a portrait of the city showing both lively scenes of people and unusual perspectives of architectural structures. Stefan May works with analogue Hasselblad (6x6 + 4,5x6) and Leica (M + R) cameras, furthermore with a special build "black" Alpa 12 SWA 6x8 view finder camera. He was inspired by the works of the Feininger family, first by those of the painter Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956), whose works as art prints adorned his walls in his youth.
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