Village Motel - Sunset (Last Picture Show) - Sold out Edition of 5, Artist Proof 1 of 2


Germany

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Size: 22.8 H x 22.1 W x 0.1 in

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Photography: Polaroid, Color, C-type and Photo on Other.

Village Motel - Sunset (Last Picture Show),
sold out Edition of 5, Artist Proof 1/2
analog C-Print based on a Polaroid, hand-printed by the artist, mounted on Aluminum with matte UV-Protection
signed on verso

LANDSCAPES & ICONS –
Images Emblématiques by Stefanie Schneider

September 22 | 2009 BLOG: FEMININE MOMENTS « by Deep Lez

German artist Stefanie Schneider (*1968) is working with a Polaroid camera, as she loves the faded colours and unpredictable results of photos made with Polaroid films long out of date. Stefanie, who is living in Berlin, goes to Los Angeles, California for 6 months every year to work on her photography and film projects.

Stefanie Schnieders show LANDSCAPES & ICONS – images emblé-matique, which is coming up in Paris at Galerie Thierry Librati, consists of 15 big prints of her Polariods. She takes you into a dream world, where the sunlight plays a big role. You can almost feel the heat emanating from her photos and are you almost expecting to see a mirage appear in the hot air on her photos. An old motel sign, a railroad, an American car and a flag in the wind are the objects, which Stefanie turns into icons of her American dream. There are certain sub themes common to Stefanie’s work, not least that of journeying, on the road, a feeling of wandering and itinerancy, or simply aimlessness.

For me, as I haven’t been to California yet, California is a figure of imagination, a big ‘film set’ for Hollywood movies. I feel that Stefanie’s photos show me some of the locations/ ‘film sets’ in between the scenes of the film, when nothing is happening. She catches something subtle and delicate about the empty urban spaces and the Californian landscape.

Stefanie Schneider not only makes traditional photos, for the last decade she has been making installations combining photography, video, sound and text. See for example Stefanie Schneider’s lesbian ‘Polariod movies‘ Till death do us part’ on Youtube.com.

Keywords: Pink, Bishop, Sign, Sunset, Vacancy, Pop Art, Polaroid, Americana, Fifties, Icons, Motel, Neon

Subjects: Landscape

Styles: Fine Art, Pop Art, Documentary, Conceptual

Mediums: Polaroid, Color, C-type, Photo

Materials: Other

Prints: Landscape Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Pop Art Art Prints, Documentary Art Prints, Conceptual Art Prints, Polaroid Art Prints, Color Art Prints, C-type Art Prints, Photo Art Prints, Other Art Prints

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Showed at the The Other Art Fair Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in Los Angeles

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