FIONA STRUENGMANN
PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY

Fiona Struengmann (1986 in Tegernsee) returns to the technical origins of photography in her series "Needleview" as she works with a self-made pinhole camera. Fiona finds her subjects traveling the world. Her photographs are inventories and poetic impressions of her surroundings. By using this type of camera, she turns short moments into timeless, nostalgic and meditative pictures. She creates blurry spaces in which you can get lost for a brief moment to escape the ever more spinning, loud and colorful reality.

First Cherry Blossoms, 2016
Fine Art Print, 28 x 42 cm, Edition 10
850 Euro

From Kyoto To Tokyo, 2016
Fine Art Print, 28 x 42 cm, Edition 10
920 Euro

Museum Tokyo, 2016
Fine Art Print, 28 x 42 cm, Edition 10
920 Euro

Installation Shot PHOTO ART VOLUME II

A Day In March, 2016
Fine Art Print
28 x 42 cm, Edition 10, 770 Euro
100 x 150 cm, Edition 3, 4520 Euro

Crossing Path, 2016
Fine Art Print, 28 x 42 cm, Edition 10
850 Euro

Stairs, 2015
Fine Art Print, 28 x 42 cm, Edition 10
850 Euro

Camille, 2016
Fine Art Print
28 x 42 cm, Edition 10, 770 Euro
100 x 150 cm, Edition 3, 4520 Euro

Man With Hat, 2016
Fine Art Print, 28 x 42 cm, Edition 10
850 Euro