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Paris Photo 2019
Hans-Christian Schink
Mya Thar Lyaung, Bago, 2013
178 x 211 cm
© Hans-Christian Schink

Paris Photo 2019

Andrea Grützner » Werner Mahler » Ute Mahler » Peter Puklus » Hans-Christian Schink » & others

Fair: – 10 Nov 2019

Wed 6 Nov

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Paris Photo 2019
Peter Puklus
The portrait of the Hero Father, 2017
Archival Pigment Print
32 x 43 cm
© Peter Puklus

Peter Puklus: "Hero Mother - How to build a House"
Puklus deconstructs and questions the dynamics of the pre-established female and male roles: motherhood as an alleged heroic activity and the supposed duty of the father to build and protect the home. His search breaks down the traditional symbols associated with maternal and paternal figures in a playful yet critical way. Outside the confines of the photographic studio, he develops an original visual vocabulary around parental life and issues related to the construction of the family nucleus. The series was awarded the "Grand Prix des Images" in Vevey and presented there during the festival last year.

Hans-Christian Schink: "Burma"
After nearly 50 years of dictatorship, the military in Myanmar unexpectedly began to open up the country in 2011. Two years later, Hans-Christian Schink traveled to Myanmar photographing religious sites and views of cities such as Yangon, Mandalay, Lashio and Nyaungdon, where continued social upheaval remains visible in the streets. Hans-Christian Schink is considered one of the most important representatives of contemporary photography in Germany. His works, mostly landscape studies in the field of tension between nature and civilization, are exhibited internationally and can be found in important public and private collections.

Andrea Grützner: "Erbgericht"
For over a hundred years "Erbgericht" is a guesthouse in rural Saxony, in a village called Polenz. Andrea Grützner grew up nearby and tells of a big old house "full of nooks and crannies, whose corners and objects have the memories of generations attached to them. It’s a collage of material, built over generations". The images of the series are taken in one analog shot and without any post production or digital alternation of the picture, they are studies of these corners and objects. Through the use of color flash and the creation of strong shadow lines, these interiors look alienated and transformed.

Ute Mahler und Werner Mahler: "Kleinstadt"
Ute and Werner Mahler were key figures in photography in East Germany and co-founded the renowned photography agency Ostkreuz after the fall of the Wall. After having pursued successful careers for decades independently, the couple presented their first joint project in 2011, a series of black-and-white portraits titled "Monalisas of the Suburbs". In 2014, a second joint project followed, "The Strange Days", a series of large format landscape studies. This new joint project, "Kleinstadt", is an expedition to the German hinterland. A visit to the small German town, which consists of images taken in many small towns: from Arzberg to Bitterfeld, Hofgeismar, Pasewalk and Zimmern to Waden and Zehdenick.

Paris Photo 2019
Andrea Grützner
Untitled#18, 2018
Archival Pigment Print
100 x 150 cm
© Andrea Grützner