Annette Kelm “Apples”
[Image: Annette Kelm Latzhose 1,“Relaxed” 2014]
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Annette Kelm’s photographs often focus on artificial arrangements of objects that look familiar and yet generate additional signification that makes them difficult to read. Her images quote the genres of still life, studio or architecture photography, but never fully comply with the conventions governing these genres.
These works – like Kelm’s oeuvre as such – are meticulously visual creations that draw attention to what we see and how we see. Like a frame structuring the view, the compositions unfold references and a manifold context, but in the end they prompt us as viewers to reflect on the potential of representation as a means to analyze both present and past reality.
from July 10, 2020 to September 06, 2020