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Stadtschloss #1


Single piece Signed Dated Titled Framed

From the series Kathedralen und Metropolis"



47 x 37 cm
18.50 x 15 in







View in a Room

The value of the unique and the uniqueness of the moment, goes hand in hand with the chosen motifs. The series "Kathedralen und Metropolis" shows shopping malls, cathedrals of consumption, the construction boom of the city, utopia and decline. Instead of political statements or documentary approaches, the artist is concerned with feelings. Thomas Nitz is not a document artist, but an agent of impressions. Sensual exaggeration and feelings when looking at it, that is what the photographer wants to capture.

By overlaying the images with an analogue large-format camera and repeating this repeatedly, overlaps and structures are created. This flickering and scheming, which corresponds to the feeling while viewing, is to Thomas Nitz the essence of the motif and a production area for the viewer. One could call the photographs "Impressive Lichtmalerei", with which their condensed overlays captivate the viewer.

1971 Engelskirchen, Germany

Painting or photography? A question that one would have to answer with Thomas Nitz with “as well as”. Thomas Nitz is sitting between the chairs: his photographs are not smooth motifs of high-gloss magazines. In their haptics from tangible structures they are bound to the painting. Thomas Nitz photographs beyond editions his works are unique.

Since 1992 he has been working as a freelance photographer at the UdK Berlin. He has been working on his special technique of multiple exposures for about 10 years. Before every photography, there is the processing of the underground, using pictorial means. Nitz takes watercolor boxes, which he primates with color and makes light with an emulsion. The manual process is the prerequisite of his works, because every carton is different and unpredictable of the result.

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Berlin, Schönleinstr. 25

In 2012 Anna Franek launched the Anna25 project in Munich. The exhibition project held a 25- hour exhibition every three months, always on the twenty-fifth of the month, in different locations. In the same year the gallery owner moved into her permanent exhibition space in Berlin Kreuzberg with the Anna25 gallery. The focus of the Anna25 gallery is on esta...

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