Book# 45025

Aller, Renate

Oceanscapes one view ten years. Photographs by Renate Aller. Essay by Richard B. Woodward. [Text Petra Roettig. Interview Jasmin Seck].

Ort   Sante Fe, NM
Verlag   Radius Books
Jahr   2010
Einband   hc.
Medium   Book
ISBN / ISSN   978-3-86828-139-2
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Text engl. - Other ed.: Heidelberg: Kehrer 2011 (same ISBN). Special Edition: Limited Edition of 25, with signed C-print / diasec 1.5 “ thick slab x 13 ¼” x 10 ¼” , with signed book in acrylic glass box. - German born photographer Renate Aller has been photographing the Atlantic Ocean for over a decade from a single point on the Hamptons’ coastline. Her images capture the infinitely shifting colors and textures of the sky and water, and the beauty and grandeur of the ocean, providing a rich document of what has drawn people to this area for generations. The sublime beauty of this view, which Aller directly connects to the great 19th century German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich, is also a metaphor for the landscape of the human emotions. Aller’s viewpoint is static, but the changing weather and light allow for a diverse series of images that open up a vast ‘visual library’ of memories and associations. Printed in Germany, the book captures the subtle mystery of her larger prints and the original oceanscapes. Co-edited by and including an interview with the artist by German Art Historian Jasmin Seck, and with contributions by Hamburger Kunsthalle Museum’s contemporary art curator Dr. Petra Roettig and New York critic Richard B. Woodward that place Aller’s work both in the context of landscape photography and the history of images of the East End’s southern shore.
Photographie USA Monographie 21. Jahrh. Woodward, Richard B. Landschaftsphotographie, seascape Roettig, Petra 

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