Thomas Kellner - The Big Picture

Thomas Kellner The Big Picture

English Version

For many years, Thomas Kellner has been working with architecture and sights from all over the world, but in this work, created in the summer of 2014, he turns to one of the most breathtaking landscape motifs on earth: the Grand Canyon.

Kellner photographs the subject from several perspectives and thus breaks it down into its individual parts. He then assembles the contact sheets in their original size to create an overall composition. The Big Picture consists of 60 films with 36 shots each, i.e. 2160 pictures taken one after the other. The work of art is more than 4 meters wide. Since 1997 Thomas Kellner has only used the prints of the contact sheets for his highly individual compositions. The distinguishing feature of this assembly technique are the horizontally running black stripes between the individual rows of images, which represent the consecutive numbering of the negative. The image dimension is derived from the number of films used in the creation process, as it is a coherent panorama with 1: 1 contact prints.

The limited one-image catalog presents the work of art at an impressive 1.50 m and thus in the format 1: 3.7.

The first customers will receive one of the 25 signed German or 25 English copies.

inkl. 7% MwSt.
AutorThomas Kellner
FotografThomas Kellner
Format30,5 x 24,5 cm
Umfang26 pages, two photographs

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