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Ute Schendel

Landschaft

Installation Views

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Installation view: Ute Schendel at Galerie Gilla Loercher 2012

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Installation view: Ute Schendel at Galerie Gilla Loercher 2012

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Installation view: Ute Schendel at Galerie Gilla Loercher 2012

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Installation view: Ute Schendel at Galerie Gilla Loercher 2012

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Installation view: Ute Schendel at Galerie Gilla Loercher 2012

Photo: Ute Schendel, coutesy Galerie Gilla Loercher

Works

Gelatinsilverprint\r<br>Vintageprint (Unique) \r\n24x30 cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Huang Shan (China), 1987

Gelatinsilverprint
Vintageprint (Unique) 24x30 cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Pigmentprint on Hahnemühle \r<br>Foto RAG\r\n(Edition 3+EA) \r\n40x50 cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Turfan (China), 1993

Pigmentprint on Hahnemühle
Foto RAG (Edition 3+EA) 40x50 cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Gelatinsilverprint\r<br>Barythabased, Selenium toned\r\n(Edition 3+EA) \r\n24x30cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Karakorum (Pakistan, Nangaparbat), 1993

Gelatinsilverprint
Barythabased, Selenium toned (Edition 3+EA) 24x30cm Photo: Ute Schendel

(Rakaposhi, Heiliger Berg der Hunzas)\r<br>Pigmentprint on Hahnemühle \r\nFoto RAG\r\n(Edition 3+EA)\r\n76x51 cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Karimabad (Pakistan), 1993

(Rakaposhi, Heiliger Berg der Hunzas)
Pigmentprint on Hahnemühle Foto RAG (Edition 3+EA) 76x51 cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Gelatinsilverprint\r<br>Barythabased, Selenium toned (Edition 5+EA) \r\n24x30cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Frankfurt (Taunus), 1998

Gelatinsilverprint
Barythabased, Selenium toned (Edition 5+EA) 24x30cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Gelatinsilverprint\r<br>Barythabased, Selenium toned (Edition 5+EA) \r\n40x50 cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Huang Shan (China), 1987

Gelatinsilverprint
Barythabased, Selenium toned (Edition 5+EA) 40x50 cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Gelatinsilverprint\r<br>Barythabased, Selenium toned\r\n(Aufl. 5+EA)\r\n24x30cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Huang Shan (China), 1987

Gelatinsilverprint
Barythabased, Selenium toned (Aufl. 5+EA) 24x30cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Digital photography, unmanipulated \r<br>Lambdaprint \r\nOn aluminium plate, under glass\r\n(Edition 3+EA) \r\n130x44cm\r\n\r\nPhoto: Ute Schendel

Nenzing (A), 2011

Digital photography, unmanipulated
Lambdaprint On aluminium plate, under glass (Edition 3+EA) 130x44cm Photo: Ute Schendel

Press Release

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Galerie Gilla Loercher is very pleased to present the second solo show of photographer Ute Schendel starting with the opening on 20 October 2012.

Birgit Möckel about Ute Schendels landscape photography:
„Landscapes appear in the Ute Schendel’s photographs as projection spaces in which natural light acts as the director. To capture this light in its sweeping impact and use it to steer our view of landscape as a continuum over times, spaces and cultures in an unpretentious, almost casual manner is the starting point and core of the series of landscape motifs presented here. Each light sets its own accents, lets structures and surfaces appear that emphasise detail and tell of the history or cultivation of a landscape, or fade them out almost completely in shadowy darkness. Whether moonlight, sunshine, diffuse lights, murky or garish light: even the lightest gradual difference is subtly regulated and precisely balanced in all light-dark tones and grey shadings in the black and white photographs, which now and again remind one of drawings or monochrome painting.“

Text: Dr. Birgit Möckel. Translated by Heather Allen

A catalogue companies the exhibition. With a text by art historian Dr. Birgit Möckel. Edition Galerie Gilla Loercher.