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Intersection of Color
Rotations 5.4.0–5.4.5 , 1971, series of six unique chromogenic prints, 7 x 7 in., unique   © Gottfried  Jäger

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Intersection of Color

Exhibition: – 27 Nov 2021

Sat 25 Sep 15:00

Sous Les Etoiles The Gallery

16 EAST 71ST STREET
NY 10021 New York

+1-212-9660796


www.souslesetoilesgallery.net

Wed-Sat 11-18

Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is pleased to announce, “Intersection of Color,” German photographer Gottfried Jäger’s second exhibition with the gallery, showcasing a selection of his color works from the 1960s to the early 2000s, from September 25th to November 27th, 2021.

An opening will be held on Saturday September 25th from 3 to 6:30 PM. Please click here to RSVP and confirm your attendance.

For the occasion, Sous Les Etoiles Gallery is publishing “Intersection of Color”, the first monograph of Jäger’s color works, bringing together different approaches to photographic color formation the artist experimented for sixty years. The monograph includes essays by Lyle Rexer and Bernd Stiegler and an interview with Gottfried Jäger by Corinne Tapia, director of Sous Les Etoiles Gallery. The book comes in a limited edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by Gottfried Jäger.

Known as one of the greatest names in German photography, Gottfried Jäger (b. 1937, Burg near Magdeburg) is an experimental artist who, over the years, redefined the term “photography”. In breaking the boundaries of what the camera can perform, Jäger reexamines the objectivity of the photographic process.

In Jäger’s words, “The objective of my work is to induce a generative effect: to constantly provoke an endless generation of new forms and elements in a continuous process of renewal and rebirth. What is intended is not a standstill, but the image of an exchange, its infiltration, and its conversion.”

From the iconic Polarizations, the Luminograms and the Multiple Optics series, the show will include some never exhibited pieces, and a selection of silver gelatin prints.