Save
Save
view
View in room
share
Share
Save
Save
view
View in room
share
Share

Annette Kelm

Balancing Wedge / Mondrian, 2015

C-print
36 27/50 × 29 3/8 in
92.8 × 74.6 cm
location
New York
Annette Kelm
German, b. 1975
Follow

Annette Kelm’s conceptually inclined photographs draw on the visual language of advertising. Made within the historically strict framework of still life, landscape, and portrait photography, her staged color photographs acknowledge “photography’s collusion with consumerism, capitalism, and history,” writes the New York Times. Like the work of artists Christopher Williams and Roe Ethridge, who are also influenced by the Düsseldorf School, her clearly composed images isolate functional objects from their surroundings, breaking them down into formal components of shape and color.

Save
Save
view
View in room
share
Share
Save
Save
view
View in room
share
Share
Annette Kelm
German, b. 1975
Follow

Annette Kelm’s conceptually inclined photographs draw on the visual language of advertising. Made within the historically strict framework of still life, landscape, and portrait photography, her staged color photographs acknowledge “photography’s collusion with consumerism, capitalism, and history,” writes the New York Times. Like the work of artists Christopher Williams and Roe Ethridge, who are also influenced by the Düsseldorf School, her clearly composed images isolate functional objects from their surroundings, breaking them down into formal components of shape and color.

Annette Kelm

Balancing Wedge / Mondrian, 2015

C-print
36 27/50 × 29 3/8 in
92.8 × 74.6 cm
location
New York
Other works by Annette Kelm
Related works
Most Similar