VIEW IN MY ROOM
Photography, Color on Paper
Size: 16.5 W x 23.4 H x 0 D in
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A perfect simple arrangement of flowers, as a note to the old botanical drawings. The pictures were taken with the Phase One 100 million pixel camera, in order to achieve the greatest possible detail. Working as a still life photographer for 45 years, with clients like Royal Copenhagen, Georg Jensen Silver, Carlsberg Beer, Maersk Sealine, Bang & Olufsen, simplicity and elegance are my expression.
Photography:Color on Paper
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:50
Size:16.5 W x 23.4 H x 0 D in
Ready to Hang:No
Packaging:Ships Rolled in a Tube
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Egon Gade, studied as a photographer at the Media school in Denmark. At the age of 22, he opened his first studio in 1981 working as a freelance photographer based in Copenhagen. Egon began, as one of the few during the eighties and nineties, to specialize in style and advertising photography. The client list grew and today Egon draws on his extensive experience with assignments for Scandinavian and international brands like Carlsberg, Tuborg, Danfoss, Maersk, Bang & Olufsen, Montana, Royal Copenhagen and Georg Jensen. When working on assignments, Egon frequently acts as art and creative director. Egon Gade’s images range from genres style and advertising to portraits and photographic art. His playful, visionary and open approach to photography gives to his constant pursuit for developing both genre and style. A crucial source of inspiration comes from the uncomplicated Nordic aesthetic – the light, the colours, the forms and the lines that, for example are reflected in design, architecture and in the Scandinavian landscape. Egon has been awarded with many international prizes such as, The Clio Show and Cannes Lion, for his work. He is also listed in Lürzers Achives “200 Best Photographers Worldwide from 2004 to 2013. For me, it's hard to describe something as natural as what I do and have done for more than 40 years. Which has become instinctive by virtue of my work as a photographer. What I learned at school and which is refined again and again. When I look out over a landscape, it doesn't take me very long to explore it. In search for motifs, section, cropping. The big landscape picture is not always that interesting, for me, it becomes more a record of having been there. I may need it to use it to understand my other images in the process. But the finished image is not for me to understand, rather to excite, inspire, abstract from the real. I take advantage of the fact that over my long career in photography, I have practiced every day making sections, cropping and finding the right angle where the object looks most interesting. I crop almost exclusively in camera, but at school we also learned to crop images afterwards, in the darkroom, it was always about excluding something, so what was left was what was interesting. In my work with photographic art, I find myself practising the art of cropping. For me, it's also about creating depth and working with the layers of contrast in the image.
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