Werner Pawlok:
Picture "Tunnel II"


Werner Pawlok:
Picture "Tunnel II"


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Limited, 199 copies | Numbered | Hand-signed | Reproduction on canvas | Stretcher | Studio frame | Format 104 x 74 cm


Werner Pawlok: Picture "Tunnel II"

The series "Moving Cities" by Werner Pawlok shows the city views of New York, which look like paintings. They are casual photographs taken by the simplest device (the cell phone camera), which later were worked out in the studio. The rough pixels create the schematic city views which can be seen on a glossy postcard.

Reproduction on cotton artistic canvas, mounted on the solid stretcher. Limited edition of 199 copies, numbered on the back side and signed by the artist. Sheet format 100 x 70 cm. In solid wood studio frame with a shadow joint. Format 104 x 74 cm.

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Werner Pawlok is one of the most renowned contemporary photographers and its capabilities in the service presents major brands and magazines for many years. At the same time he is among the few his Guild, effortlessly manage the balancing act between serving and private art expression.

A method for producing images by the action of light, which became widely known in 1839. Photography quickly became the basis for the expanding image industry that pushed the manually produced pictures, paintings and drawings into the background.

The avant-garde painting adopted photographic form elements, to ensure its painting validity. In the 1920s, many avant-garde painters turned to photography. With his photographs and photomontages, the American painter Man Ray developed new means of expression in modern art, the so-called "rayography".

The Pop Art of the 1960s varied and alienated the public photo with the help of technical means. The American pop artist Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987), with his images and image series created in this way, is the most well-known master of this art form.

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