Abstraction in Landscape & Architecture Photography

Workshop with Marc Räder

Marc Räder

There are more possibilities than photographing “Reality“ sharp, with correctcolors and leveled lines. Especially the genre of Architecture photography isoften stuck in a straight approach. This workshop will talk about varioustechniques and photographic approaches to find new pictorial languages whichmight resemble more your own impression of a building, a city or a landscape.At the beginning of this 2 day workshop I present examples of photographicabstractions including my own work and explain the different techniques behindit. Participants are asked to bring their favorite photo camera (preferably digital).At the end of day 1 we will pick a landmark building in Tbilisi which will be theexercise until we meet at day 2 of the workshop. Here we will present anddiscuss the (abstract) photographic results of all participants.

Marc Räder, Germany



Marc Räder

Marc Räder was born 1966 in Bochum/Germany. He studied Photography atFolkwang University, Essen and California College of the Arts, San Francisco.2000 he received the Krupp Scholarship for Contemporary Photography, Essenfollowed 2011 by the Lucas Artist Residency, Montalvo CA and currently theVitamin D artist residency, Rijeka EU 2020. His work has been extensivelypublished among them his monographs “scanscape“ with Actar, Barcelona and“mallorca - island in progress“ with Nazraeli Press, CA. Marc Räder’s work hasalso been widely exhibited in the United States, Europe and Asia, and is includedin the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York. He livesand works in Berlin.

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