Anna SkladmannLondon, UKAnna Skladmann (b. 1986, Bremen, Germany) combines photography and scanning techniques to reflect on aspects of contemporary life as well as exploring notions of nature and society. She is interested in the notion of archives as well as literature and mythology. Anna’s work is included in permanent collections such as The Pinault Collection and The Moscow Museum of Modern Art. She received her MA from the Royal College of Art, BA from Parsons School of Design and has won the Arles Photo Folio Prize.
Modern Interpretation of Classics.
Mamiya 7 II, Epson Scanner
Dianthus Caryophyllus, commonly known as the carnation or clove pink, is often used to express love, fascination and reverence. Skladmann captures this noble flowers essence in her otherworldly style of delicate high-definition. A limited-edition print.
Edition of 25
42 X 28 cm.
Extra Large Print
Edition of 3
160 x 260 cm. No Border (Deckled option; 5cm border)
Edition of 5
120 x 195 cm. No Border (Deckled option; 5cm border)
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