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    Antanas Sutkus. Kaveliu Street. 1968

    £416.67

    We are pleased to launch a new edition of four iconic images by renown Lithuanian photographer Antanas Sutkus. The first edition of 100 was recently produced for our gallery and reflects his recent monograph People of Lithuania. All prints are signed and numbered by Sutkus.



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    Antanas Sutkus. Marathon in University Street. 1959

    £416.67

    We are pleased to launch a new edition of four iconic images by renown Lithuanian photographer Antanas Sutkus. The first edition of 100 was recently produced for our gallery and reflects his recent monograph People of Lithuania. All prints are signed and numbered by Sutkus.



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    Antanas Sutkus. People of Lithuania

    £50.00


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    Dmitry Konradt

    £30.00


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    Dmitry Konradt St Petersburg 2001

    £1,333.33

    Dmitry Konradt (born St Petersburg 1954) started photographing the underground artists and rock musicians of Leningrad, in collaboration with the St Petersburg avant-garde theatres Derevo and AKHE. From 1986 he started working in colour, focusing on abstract forms in the city landscape. Unlike ‘official’ photographers of the time, who adhered to the revolutionary formalistic standard in place since the late 1920s, Konradt unveiled a very different St Petersburg. Through his lens, the city suddenly acquired colour. These were not the brash, vivid colours of pop art, but subdued and opaque, much like the cinematography of Andrei Tarkovsky and Alexander Sokurov that Konradt so admired. Konradt’s preferred technique is to magnify reality. He roams the city’s backyards in search of a hardly visible crack in a wall, and then magnifies it with his camera so that others can admire it too. He relishes minute details: the texture of an old wall, peeling layers of paint. His St Petersburg is modest and unobtrusive, drawing out the quiet beauty behind the facades of imperial grandeur.



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    Dmitry Konradt St Petersburg 2003 Photograph

    £1,666.67

    Dmitry Konradt (born St Petersburg 1954) started photographing the underground artists and rock musicians of Leningrad, in collaboration with the St Petersburg avant-garde theatres Derevo and AKHE. From 1986 he started working in colour, focusing on abstract forms in the city landscape. Unlike ‘official’ photographers of the time, who adhered to the revolutionary formalistic standard in place since the late 1920s, Konradt unveiled a very different St Petersburg. Through his lens, the city suddenly acquired colour. These were not the brash, vivid colours of pop art, but subdued and opaque, much like the cinematography of Andrei Tarkovsky and Alexander Sokurov that Konradt so admired. Konradt’s preferred technique is to magnify reality. He roams the city’s backyards in search of a hardly visible crack in a wall, and then magnifies it with his camera so that others can admire it too. He relishes minute details: the texture of an old wall, peeling layers of paint. His St Petersburg is modest and unobtrusive, drawing out the quiet beauty behind the facades of imperial grandeur.



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    Dmitry Konradt St Petersburg 2009 Photograph

    £1,333.33

    Dmitry Konradt (born St Petersburg in 1954) started photographing the underground artists and rock musicians of Leningrad, in collaboration with the St Petersburg avant-garde theatres Derevo and AKHE. From 1986 he started working in colour, focusing on abstract forms in the city landscape. Unlike ‘official’ photographers of the time, who adhered to the revolutionary formalistic standard in place since the late 1920s, Konradt unveiled a very different St Petersburg. Through his lens, the city suddenly acquired colour. These were not the brash, vivid colours of pop art, but subdued and opaque, much like the cinematography of Andrei Tarkovsky and Alexander Sokurov that Konradt so admired. Konradt’s preferred technique is to magnify reality. He roams the city’s backyards in search of a hardly visible crack in a wall, and then magnifies it with his camera so that others can admire it too. He relishes minute details: the texture of an old wall, peeling layers of paint. His St Petersburg is modest and unobtrusive, drawing out the quiet beauty behind the facades of imperial grandeur.



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    Dmitry Konradt St Petersburg 2010 Photograph

    £1,333.33

    Dmitry Konradt (born St Petersburg in 1954) started photographing the underground artists and rock musicians of Leningrad, in collaboration with the St Petersburg avant-garde theatres Derevo and AKHE. From 1986 he started working in colour, focusing on abstract forms in the city landscape. Unlike ‘official’ photographers of the time, who adhered to the revolutionary formalistic standard in place since the late 1920s, Konradt unveiled a very different St Petersburg. Through his lens, the city suddenly acquired colour. These were not the brash, vivid colours of pop art, but subdued and opaque, much like the cinematography of Andrei Tarkovsky and Alexander Sokurov that Konradt so admired. Konradt’s preferred technique is to magnify reality. He roams the city’s backyards in search of a hardly visible crack in a wall, and then magnifies it with his camera so that others can admire it too. He relishes minute details: the texture of an old wall, peeling layers of paint. His St Petersburg is modest and unobtrusive, drawing out the quiet beauty behind the facades of imperial grandeur.



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    EU international delivery for books (band 1)

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    £8.00


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