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Elina Brotherus
This lavishly illustrated volume with related essays pursues the latest developments. Here the Finnish photo artist combines a keen intellect with humorous lightness and technical precision with joyous spontaneity.
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Diary-like series, landscape photos and situational mood pictures – Elina Brotherus (born 1972 in Helsinki) is constantly searching for new possibilities in photography. This lavishly illustrated volume with related essays pursues the latest developments. Here the Finnish photo artist combines a keen intellect with humorous lightness and technical precision with joyous spontaneity.

Elina Brotherus has established an international reputation for her self-portraits. And in fact she can be seen in person in almost all her photographic and video works. This volume directs our attention towards her more recent works series, which have been produced since 2016. In her examination of contemporary art concepts she succeeds in creating surprising images. Her artistic approach to Fluxus, John Baldessari, Francesca Woodman and the writer W.G. Sebald is at times a cryptic tribute, and at others a critical revision.

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Dimensions 22.5 x 30 cm
Image Count 104 colour illustrations
Binding Hardcover
Signed Copy No
Publisher Hirmer
Date Published 2021
ISBN 13 9783777436845
Edition 1st
No. of Pages 160