Gstettn (signed)

by Regina Anzenberger


Photographs: Regina Anzenberger

Text: Anna Baar (essay) and Regina Anzenberger

Publisher: AnzenbergerEdition

248 pages

Pictures: 142

Year: 2021

ISBN: 978-3-39503876-8-1

Price: 125

Comments: First edition of 300 signed and numbered copies including 20 collector's editions with a signed print. Size: 20 x 20 cm. Eight handbound booklets in a linen slipcase. More than 20 different papers have been used for this artist book. One of the booklets (Frost) is printed with silver on black paper.

Gstettn is a place of wilderness and freedom, a plot of land waiting to be used for housing and that has been taken over by nature in the meantime. From 2017 to 2021, Regina Anzenberger set about capturing the essence of this small piece of land just behind the Anker bakery. Flats for 3000 people will be built, where once the buildings of Europe's largest bread factory stood - but that time has not yet come.

With her photographs, which are painted over, extended by drawings and augmented with found objects, the artist has captured the natural experience of Gstettn in the seven chapters Winter Flowers, Nature Planets, The Illusion of Summer, Native Grounds, The Reconquest of Nature/6 Columns, Snails and Frost. In her works, Regina blurs the boundary between object and reality and takes us on an adventure.

> see also Regina Anzenberger's fine art prints
> see the collector's edition
> see poster I
> see poster II

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Gstettn (signed)

by Regina Anzenberger


Photographs: Regina Anzenberger

Text: Anna Baar (essay) and Regina Anzenberger

Publisher: AnzenbergerEdition

248 pages

Pictures: 142

Year: 2021

ISBN: 978-3-39503876-8-1

Price: 125

Comments: First edition of 300 signed and numbered copies including 20 collector's editions with a signed print. Size: 20 x 20 cm. Eight handbound booklets in a linen slipcase. More than 20 different papers have been used for this artist book. One of the booklets (Frost) is printed with silver on black paper.

Gstettn is a place of wilderness and freedom, a plot of land waiting to be used for housing and that has been taken over by nature in the meantime. From 2017 to 2021, Regina Anzenberger set about capturing the essence of this small piece of land just behind the Anker bakery. Flats for 3000 people will be built, where once the buildings of Europe's largest bread factory stood - but that time has not yet come.

With her photographs, which are painted over, extended by drawings and augmented with found objects, the artist has captured the natural experience of Gstettn in the seven chapters Winter Flowers, Nature Planets, The Illusion of Summer, Native Grounds, The Reconquest of Nature/6 Columns, Snails and Frost. In her works, Regina blurs the boundary between object and reality and takes us on an adventure.

> see also Regina Anzenberger's fine art prints
> see the collector's edition
> see poster I
> see poster II

Reviews:
The PhotoBook Journal
UeberLand blog
more...


More books by Regina Anzenberger

more books tagged »flowers« | >> see all

more books tagged »conceptual« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austria« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Gstettn (signed)

by Regina Anzenberger


Photographs: Regina Anzenberger

Text: Anna Baar (essay) and Regina Anzenberger

Publisher: AnzenbergerEdition

248 pages

Pictures: 142

Year: 2021

ISBN: 978-3-39503876-8-1

Price: 125

Comments: First edition of 300 signed and numbered copies including 20 collector's editions with a signed print. Size: 20 x 20 cm. Eight handbound booklets in a linen slipcase. More than 20 different papers have been used for this artist book. One of the booklets (Frost) is printed with silver on black paper.

Gstettn is a place of wilderness and freedom, a plot of land waiting to be used for housing and that has been taken over by nature in the meantime. From 2017 to 2021, Regina Anzenberger set about capturing the essence of this small piece of land just behind the Anker bakery. Flats for 3000 people will be built, where once the buildings of Europe's largest bread factory stood - but that time has not yet come.

With her photographs, which are painted over, extended by drawings and augmented with found objects, the artist has captured the natural experience of Gstettn in the seven chapters Winter Flowers, Nature Planets, The Illusion of Summer, Native Grounds, The Reconquest of Nature/6 Columns, Snails and Frost. In her works, Regina blurs the boundary between object and reality and takes us on an adventure.

> see also Regina Anzenberger's fine art prints
> see the collector's edition
> see poster I
> see poster II

Reviews:
The PhotoBook Journal
UeberLand blog
more...


More books by Regina Anzenberger

more books tagged »flowers« | >> see all

more books tagged »conceptual« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austria« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com