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Petra Gut Contemporary

Petra Gut Contemporary

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    David Yarrow - Wild Heroes

    08 Jul 2020 – 30 Jun 2021

    David Yarrow was born in Scotland and is currently based in London. David Yarrow is known for travelling the world’s remotest regions to capture compelling images of nature as we‘ve never seen it before and is redefining wildlife photography in the process. His monochrome photographs are bursting with life, vitality and movement, yet the majority of Yarrow’s subject matter, from rampaging bull elephants in Kenya to Inuit hunters and Bornean orangutans, is living on the brink of extinction. This is nature at its most majestic – and it's most fragile. Yarrow’s unorthodox camera angles and unique shooting methods transport the viewer right into the heart of the action; with split-second timing, he crystallises a single instant of drama into an image so immersive that it cannot be viewed in just a few moments. These are photographs to linger over.

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    F.C. Gundlach

    20 Oct 2020 – 20 Mar 2021

    F.C. Gundlach (b.1926, Hessen) is one of the most celebrated fashion photographers of the 20th century. His work combines stunning natural settings with iconic designs from Europe’s largest fashion houses, as well as intimate portraits of some of the biggest names of the day. Since the age of 10, Gundlach has dedicated his life to photography. Going professional in the immediate aftermath of WW2, he captured the mood of post-war Europe in his unique reportage style. In the 1950s, he began to focus on fashion photography, incorporating cinematic influences that drew on old-school Hollywood glamour but with a distinctly European twist. Over the next decade, he continued to cement his place as a heavyweight fashion photographer, bringing the spirit of the Swinging Sixties to life on the page. From the 1970s onwards, he travelled the world as a fashion and travel photographer, as well as in several other roles: gallery owner, professor, curator, and arts patron. He has presented hundreds of exhibitions, both as a photographer and as a curator.

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    Peter Mathis - Schnee II

    26 Sep 2020 – 30 Jan 2021

    Anlässlich seines neuen Buches 'Schnee' präsentieren wir exklusiv ONLINE in zwei aufeinander folgenden Ausstellungen die grandiosen Landschaftaufnahmen des österreichischen Fotografen Peter Mathis. Der erfahrene Bergsteiger setzt sich bereits seit Jahren Wind und Wetter aus, um mit seiner Kamera die überwältigende Stimmung grandioser Landschaften einzufangen: Das Ergebnis sind Schwarzweissaufnahmen, deren Formen von einer unberührten Ruhe sprechen. Licht und Schatten bilden beinahe greifbare Kontraste. Vereinzelte Spuren eines Skifahrers oder Bergsteigers pointieren die gigantische Kraft der verschneiten Gebirge.

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    Tom Jacobi

    20 Jan 2021 – 20 Aug 2021

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    Robert Bösch - Winterlandschaften

    27 Dec 2020 – 30 Jun 2021

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    Rockstars

    20 Nov 2020 – 20 Mar 2021

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    Timeless Beauty

    20 Oct 2020 – 31 Jan 2021

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    Sebastian Copeland - To the End of the World

    10 Oct 2020 – 10 Mar 2021

    Sebastian Copeland (*1964), ist ein französisch-britisch-amerikanischer Fotograf, Umweltaktivist und Polarforscher. Er begann seine Karriere als Mode- und Gesellschaftsfotograf, konzentriert sich aber seit 2000 ausschließlich auf den Klimawandel und die Förderung des Bewusstseins für einige der schönsten und gefährdetsten Gebiete der Welt, insbesondere die Arktis und Antarktis. In einem Stil, der sich zwischen Dokumentar-, Reportage- und Kunstfotografie bewegt, konzentriert sich Copeland bei seiner Arbeit ganz auf die Natur, sowohl im Rahmen als auch im Diskurs um seine Bilder. Ob sie die rohe Kraft der Eisbären, die ätherische blau-grüne Schönheit der Eisströme oder die faszinierenden abstrakten Muster der kargen Polarlandschaft zeigen, es sind Werke, die den Betrachter fesseln und zu weiteren Fragen über unseren Platz auf diesem Planeten anregen.

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    Peter Mathis - Schnee I

    25 Sep 2020 – 11 Dec 2020

    Anlässlich seines neuen Buches 'Schnee' präsentieren wir exklusiv ONLINE in zwei aufeinander folgenden Ausstellungen die grandiosen Landschaftaufnahmen des österreichischen Fotografen Peter Mathis. Der erfahrene Bergsteiger setzt sich bereits seit Jahren Wind und Wetter aus, um mit seiner Kamera die überwältigende Stimmung grandioser Landschaften einzufangen: Das Ergebnis sind Schwarzweissaufnahmen, deren Formen von einer unberührten Ruhe sprechen. Licht und Schatten bilden beinahe greifbare Kontraste. Vereinzelte Spuren eines Skifahrers oder Bergsteigers pointieren die gigantische Kraft der verschneiten Gebirge.

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    Terry O'Neill - A Retrospective

    18 Sep 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

    Terry O'Neill (1938 - 2019) is one of the most celebrated and widely collected British photographers of all time. Known for his intimate portraits of celebrities, politicians and royals, he helped to define the mood of London in the Swinging Sixties. Later he continue to capture compelling portraits of world figures, including Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles to name just a few. O'Neill's unique style, which was closer to reportage or street photography than formal portraiture, is instantly recognisable by the candid, relaxed moods of his subjects and unusual settings that show their spontaneous, human side.His works have been exhibited among others at the National Portrait Gallery in London and the San Francisco Art Exchange, and are held widely in private and public collections around the world.

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    TINA TRUMPP - Verführungen/ Seductions

    13 Jun 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

    The exhibition 'Seductions' invites visitors to take the female sensual perspective in nude photography. Tina Trumpp is one of the few women in this field to create a personal style in which female nude is more than just a motif. Her pictures are an ode to women and their sensitive beauty. Trumpp's seductive images on the one hand trigger sensual narratives, but at the same time remind one of wonderful visual worlds of the great Renaissance painters. In her very own way, she takes the viewer on an erotically sensual journey through her portfolio - carried by feminine romantic emotions and sensations. The present is blended with the viewer's fantasies and dream images of femininity and eroticism - not as a superficial pin-up representation, but rather immersed in the visual world of the female body in painting. Tina Trumpp's photos are full of classic elegance and breathtaking beauty, their distinctive visual language, whether in color or black and white, make these photos unique in contemporary nude photography. www.tinatrumpp.com

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    David Yarrow THE BEST OF

    15 May 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

    David Yarrow was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966. He took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old found himself working as a photographer for The London Times on the pitch at the World Cup Final in Mexico City. On that day, David took the famous picture of Diego Maradona holding the World Cup and, as a result, was subsequently asked to cover the Olympics and numerous other sporting events. Many years later Yarrow established himself as a fine art photographer by documenting the natural world from new perspectives and the last nine years have been career defining.

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    Tony Kelly

    20 May 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

    Tony Kelly (b.1975, Ireland) is a fine art and fashion photographer and director. He began his career as a photojournalist, documenting Dublin’s developing cultural scene, before moving on to Barcelona in search of sunshine and blue skies. It was here that he learned to embrace his inner “street voyeur”, developing a signature style that has been compared to Helmut Newton. While travelling the globe and working for newspapers such as Independent Newspapers and News International, he made a name for himself thanks to his unique take on the daily and cultural lives of the places he visited. He also worked on advertising campaigns with international brands such as Louis Vuitton, BMW, and the television network TNT, for which he won a Clio award. Kelly has now settled in Los Angeles. It is little surprise, then, that his fine art photography explores a playful, high-gloss, hyper-stylised world. Yet under this shiny veneer there are subversive currents that enact role reversals, challenge stereotypes and break taboos.

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    Thomas Crauwels - Swiss Peaks

    15 May 2020 – 31 Oct 2020

    We are happy to announce a new talent on board: Swiss-based Thomas Crauwels Following in the footsteps of the Alpine painters of the 18th and 19th centuries, Thomas continues to immortalise the memories of the constantly-changing Alps. He brings to mountain photography an artistic quality until now supplanted by the required figurative aspect needed to reveals the beauty of the Alps to a broad public. His black and white photographs of the Alps have been mainly celebrated for their exploration of atmospheres, textures and lights particular to the high mountains of the alps. Enjoy his work and vision of making images and be inspired as much as we do. Contact us for more information gallery@petragut.com

    latest works

    • Robert Bösch
      60 x 180 cm (h x w)
    • David Yarrow - Wild heroes
      13.2 x 28.6 x 0.2 cm (h x w x d)
    • David Yarrow

      Open Water
      94 x 129.5 x 0.2 cm (h x w x d)
      archival pigment print
    • The BIlls, 2021
      93.9 x 254 x 0.2 cm (h x w x d)
      archival pigment print
    • David Yarrow

      Last Dance, 2020
      100 x 220 x 4 cm (h x w x d)
    • David Yarrow

      The Getaway, 2020
      96 x 162.6 x 0.2 cm (h x w x d)
    • Sebastian Copeland

      Iceberg XIX, 2008
      48 x 72 cm (h x w)
      Platinum Contact Print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Wonderwall, 2015
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Frozen Bubbles VIII, 2017
      177 x 257 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Serious Sky, 2015
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Purity, Italy, 2016
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Restlessness, 2017
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Magic Mushroom, 2016
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Javelin, 2017
      177 x 257 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Good Night, 2015
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Ice Cold, 2015
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Tom Jacobi

      Thoughtful, 2016
      122 x 174 cm (h x w)
      archival pigment print
    • Robert Bösch

      Piz Roseg Schneekuppe 1, Engadin, 2017
      100 x 132 x 4 cm (h x w x d)
      Archival Pigment Print on cotton paper
    • Robert Bösch

      Glüschaint Bernina, 2015
      60 x 90 x 4 cm (h x w x d)
      Archival Pigment Print on cotton paper
    • Robert Bösch

      Piz Uter, Engadin, 2015
      100 x 147 x 4 cm (h x w x d)
      Archival Pigment Print on cotton paper
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