ABSTRACT IX by CHRISTOPHE von HOHENBERG
ABSTRACT IX by CHRISTOPHE von HOHENBERG
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ABSTRACT IX by CHRISTOPHE von HOHENBERG

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Christophe von Hohenberg

Abstract IX, 2020
"Clarity through Abstraction" series
Experimental Film Photograph on Premium Silver Metallic Paper

Handsigned by the artist en verso.

Shot on film with no intervention. 

This limited edition print series is the culmination of years of experimentation by the artist with his Nikon F3 SLR film camera. Inspired by abstract expressionism, von Hohenberg aspired to create Color Field Photography using only his camera in the natural environment. These are naturally occurring images produced without the use of props, artificial lighting or retouching of any kind. 

Available framed or unframed in 24 x 20 inches and 40 x 30 inches. Our standard museum-quality frames are silver-colored as recommended by the artist. For other framing options, please contact us at +1-212-219-2656 or by writing to info@leonard-tourne.com.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST

Picture of the artist, Christophe von Hohenberg Christophe von Hohenberg is a fine art, portrait, documentary and lifestyle photographer. His work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, NY and Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden, among other exhibitions, and he has worked with a number of magazines including American VogueVanity Fair, and Interview. His critically acclaimed book, Andy Warhol: The Day the Factory Died, received the Photo District News Photo Book Award and the AIGA Book Award in 2007. He has since published Shadows of the Gods and Another Planet: New York Portraits 1976-1996