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Matthias Fitz

 
Artist
Berlin
Germany
In his works, Matthias Fitz explores places of movement, instability, imbalance in seemingly stable systems. He observe things when changing from one order to another, during their transition from one state to another.
His photographic work is an approximation of the utopia of the 'innocent eye' formulated by John Ruskin in the 19th century. Through reduction and blurring, it brings perception closer to its origin, the 'pure, unimpaired, stimulus'.

Matthias Fitz erkundet in seinen Arbeiten Orte der Bewegung, der Unbeständigkeit, des Ungleichgewichts in scheinbar stabilen Systemen. Er beobachtet Dinge beim Wechsel von einer Ordnung in eine andere, während ihres Übergangs von einem Zustand in einen anderen.
Sein fotografisches Schaffen ist eine Annäherung an die von John Ruskin im 19. Jahrhundert formulierte Utopie des „innocent eye“. Es führt durch Reduzierung und Unschärfe die Wahrnehmung näher an ihren Ursprung, den „reinen, von Wissen unverstellten, Reiz“.

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Artist: Matthias Fitz

Item title: o.T. II (01)

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 60x90 cm

Material: Lambda Print • Alu-Dibond, Acrylglas matt

Producing date: 1997

Edition: 5

Item price: 750 EUR

Item description:
View in alley in small village in southern France.

Matte acrylic glass (2mm)
Photo print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper & silicone seal
Sturdy aluminum Dibond backing (3mm)
Aluminum rail for suspension

60x90cm

2/5

Edition 5 + 2 A.P. ; 1 sold

Signed and numbered on the back of the picture.
With certificate of authenticity.
Ships in a Box.



Item Ref. 33026 - 750 EUR
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Item Ref. 33026 - 750 EUR
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Item Ref.: 33026 via Matthias Fitz

Artist: Matthias Fitz

Item title: o.T. II (01)

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 60x90 cm

Material: Lambda Print • Alu-Dibond, Acrylglas matt

Producing date: 1997

Edition: 5

Item price: 750 EUR

Item description:
View in alley in small village in southern France.

Matte acrylic glass (2mm)
Photo print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper & silicone seal
Sturdy aluminum Dibond backing (3mm)
Aluminum rail for suspension

60x90cm

2/5

Edition 5 + 2 A.P. ; 1 sold

Signed and numbered on the back of the picture.
With certificate of authenticity.
Ships in a Box.



 
 
         .      
      

Item Ref.: 33026 via Matthias Fitz

Artist: Matthias Fitz

Item title: o.T. II (01)

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 60x90 cm

Material: Lambda Print • Alu-Dibond, Acrylglas matt

Producing date: 1997

Edition: 5

Item price: 750 EUR

Item description:
View in alley in small village in southern France.

Matte acrylic glass (2mm)
Photo print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper & silicone seal
Sturdy aluminum Dibond backing (3mm)
Aluminum rail for suspension

60x90cm

2/5

Edition 5 + 2 A.P. ; 1 sold

Signed and numbered on the back of the picture.
With certificate of authenticity.
Ships in a Box.



Item Ref. 33026 - 750 EUR
Money back guarantee
Secure payment
 
               
      
Item Ref. 33026 - 750 EUR
Money back guarantee
Secure payment

Item Ref.: 33026 via Matthias Fitz

Artist: Matthias Fitz

Item title: o.T. II (01)

Category: Photography

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 60x90 cm

Material: Lambda Print • Alu-Dibond, Acrylglas matt

Producing date: 1997

Edition: 5

Item price: 750 EUR

Item description:
View in alley in small village in southern France.

Matte acrylic glass (2mm)
Photo print on Fuji Crystal Archive paper & silicone seal
Sturdy aluminum Dibond backing (3mm)
Aluminum rail for suspension

60x90cm

2/5

Edition 5 + 2 A.P. ; 1 sold

Signed and numbered on the back of the picture.
With certificate of authenticity.
Ships in a Box.



 

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