Posts Tagged ‘Georg Kuettinger’

Vitamin A: Georg Kuettinger’s “Fuenfseenland”

In which one of our art critics highlights a favorite work on view in a local gallery. Click to enlarge!
Like so many photographers today, Georg Kuettinger is concerned not just with portraying reality but with filtering it. This is not a new approach, of course—in photography, it goes back at least to the pictorialists of [...]

Reviewed: Georg Kuettinger at Project 4 Gallery

Georg Kuettinger’s photographs perch uneasily on the border between reality and fiction. The Munich-based artist’s images—now on display at Project 4 Gallery—are big and bold, with a highly reflective coating and dimensions as wide as 106 inches. He makes them by digitally stitching together and repeating portions of several photographs taken at a single location, [...]