Wall No.6 by Thomas Grögler
I never thought of myself as a Photographer. I make photographs because photography is the simplest, most direct way of recording something. It´s a form of visual notation. Anyone can take pictures, but it´s difficult to organize and montage them, so that some meaning can be constructed. Photography begins with a world that is overfull and needs to be sorted out from what is meaningful. For me a work of art is interesting to look at, more than something is interesting to think about.
The place for people in my works is the viewer. Without the viewer, the work doesn’t really exist.
„Being a photographer is like being a whore: if you’re really, really good at it, nobody will call you that.“ - Lewis Baltz
Limited Edition, Edition of: 100, Certificate of AuthenticitySmall short edge 20cm
C-Type print on archival photographic paper, matt / 231gsm
This high quality paper is coated with a slightly stippled texture giving a very natural photographic finish with fine colours.
Small / medium prints come with a 10 / 15mm white image frame.
Small and medium prints are delivered in a flat carton package with plastic stiffeners.
Large prints come in hard tubes.