Walter Niedermayr

Hintertuxergletscher XXIII

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Walter Niedermayr

Hintertuxergletscher XXIII



520€  *
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    DETAILS

  • 2 colour photographies on Kodak Professional Endura Paper, in original folder

  • 2004/05

  • 40,5 x 30,5 cm (Folder 42 x 32,5 cm)

  • 1952

  • Signed

  • Since 2011, the photographer also works at the Academy of Art and Design at the university of Bozen.

  • Copy of the Griffelkunst-Foundation, Hamburg
ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Walter Niedermayr, born in 1952 in Bolzano, is among the most outstanding contemporary photographers. From the mid-80s onwards, Niedermayr focuses on mountain landscapes, interior, city and street photography, examining the idea of space, environment, or time, and their perception within the picture. Niedermayr first came to serious prominence with "Alpine Landscapes" (since 1987) and "Artifacts" (since 1992); followed by exhibitions at the Haus der Fotografie in Altdorf, Fondazione Re Rebaudegno in Turin (both 1995), and his later participation in the "Prospect '96" in Frankfurt am Main (1996) and the Venice Biennale (1997). Radical and precise inside of his subject, the artist has started series "Shell Constructions" (since 1997) and "Image/Space" (since 2001) devoted to house interiors and group of objects; and from 2005 to 2008 Niedermayr worked in Iran, where he executed one of his most famous series of interior photographs. Throughout the last decade, his work has been a subject to a variety of solo and group displays, including venues such as the Manifesta 7, Mori Art Museum in Tokyo (both 2008), Kunstmuseum in Bonn (2009), and his major retrospective shown in Leipzig, Vienna, Hannover, Stuttgart, and Bolzano (2003).

 

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