Kehrer Verlag @ PARIS PHOTO – Renate Aller book signing

Thursday November 11th, 2021 – 2pm

Renate Aller will sign her books

 The Space Between Memory and Expectation

and

“side walk 6′ apart in NYC April – May 2020


KEHRER VERLAG @ PARIS PHOTO
BOOTH #SE 16


Grand Palais Ephémère
Champ-de-Mars
Place Joffre
75007 Paris

Hardcover ​published by Kehrer Verlag
ca. 34 x 25 cm, 144 pages, 64 color images
ISBN: 978-3-96900-027-4

with essays by Makeda Best, Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography at the Harvard Art Museums, and Courtney J Martin, director of the Yale Center for British Art

ABOUT THE BOOK

The silent and continuous erosion trickling from the top of mountains, via glaciers, tropical forests, sand dunes, icefields of Patagonia, European glaciers into the ocean and the urban waterways of New York’s harbor. Tracing an unbroken line, the eye is guided from one sweeping landscape to the next without doubting their separateness in location and origin, showing the interconnectedness of distant environments, opening up conversations between the different (political) landscapes in which we live”. Renate Aller

Trade edition: $60.00

Deluxe Edition: $5000.00

PLATE 104  | Glacier German Alps, 2019 on acrylic block Limited Edition of 1/20
Metallic C-print print behind acrylic block
9 x 14 x 2 inches
signed verso with engraving tool by artist

and a signed copy of the book

PURCHASE THE SPACE BETWEEN MEMORY AND EXPECTATION:

European Collectors click here to purchase via Kehrer Verlag

USA collectors click here to purchase via Photo-Eye

USA collectors click here to purchase via Amazon

 “side walk 6′ apart in NYC, April – May, 2020

Hardcover ​published by Kehrer Verlag
ca. 18 x 24 cm, 168 pages, 32 color images
ISBN: 978-3-96900-032-8

with essays by Marilyn S. Kushner, curator at the New-York Historical Society and Lara Pan, independent curator, published by Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany

ABOUT THE BOOK

In April 2020, when New York was in lockdown and the epicentre of the pandemic, Renate Aller created the project side walk. She hosted friends and neighbors on her sidewalk or visited them in their street, her camera in self timer mode, recording these masked encounters at a safe 6 feet distance. With voices muted by masks we learn to communicate with our eyes and body language, finding our bearings in a new emotional landscape. These sidewalk visits created a deep sense of community where community had been forced apart.

Purchase  side walk 6′ apart in NYC, April – May, 2020:

European Collectors click here to purchase via Kehrer Verlag

USA collectors click here to purchase via Photo-Eye

USA collectors click here to purchase via Amazon

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Born in Germany, Renate Aller lives and works in New York. “The Space Between Memory and Expectation” and “side walk 6′ apart in NYC” are her most recent books, both published by Kehrer Verlag, Germany. “Mountain Interval” and the artist’s previous projects “Ocean and Desert”, “dicotyledon” (published by Radius Books of Santa Fe) and the long term project “Oceanscapes – One View – Ten Years” (co published by Kehrer Verlag and Radius Books) support the artist’s investigation into the relationship between Romanticism, memory and landscape – in the context of our current socio-political awareness. Solo exhibition “The Space Between Memory and Expectation ” Brattleboro Museum, Vermont, October 2022 – February 2023.

ABOUT THE PUBLISHER

Kehrer Verlag is among the world’s leading publishers of photo books. Founded in 1995 by Klaus Kehrer, it is also one of the few independent publishing houses in Germany. In addition to photography, further focal points include contemporary art, art of the 17th through the 20th centuries, and international sound art.

Over the years, numerous Kehrer publications have been nominated for and honored with international book awards. From 2011 through 2016, Kehrer was also the German partner of the European Publishers Award for Photography (EPAP), an initiative launched by European publishing houses to promote contemporary photography.

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