Roots & Bonds (signed - review copy)

by Regina Anzenberger


Photographs: Regina Anzenberger

Publisher: AnzenbergerEdition

112 pages

Pictures: 67 photos and 9 drawings

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-3-9503876-9-8

Comments: 24 x 18,5 cm. edition of 350 signed and numbered copies including 12 collector's editions with a signed print. Embossed hard cover with dust jacket, thread binding. Inside Paper: Munken Lynx 150 gr Cover Paper: Arctic Volume White 130 gr. Cover: 2 mm cupboard + 300 gr. grey carton. Book Cloth: Wicotex Brillianta BR14012. Damaded corner.

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„It all started with one particular tree in the winter forest that caught my eye during one of my walks with my dog Shakeera. I kept returning there over an entire year and photographed the tree through every season. What especially fascinated me were the vines which elegantly wound themselves down to the ground from a branch, creating an image of endless bonds. With the forest as a source of inspiration and energy for all creativity, the roots and bonds became my theme." (Regina Anzenberger)

> selected among the Best Photobooks 2015 by Gerry Badger

> bookreview 1000 Words magazine by Gerry Badger
> bookreview GUP magazine bookreview by Rachel Moron

> see also Regina Anzenberger's fine art prints


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Roots & Bonds (signed - review copy)

by Regina Anzenberger


Photographs: Regina Anzenberger

Publisher: AnzenbergerEdition

112 pages

Pictures: 67 photos and 9 drawings

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-3-9503876-9-8

Comments: 24 x 18,5 cm. edition of 350 signed and numbered copies including 12 collector's editions with a signed print. Embossed hard cover with dust jacket, thread binding. Inside Paper: Munken Lynx 150 gr Cover Paper: Arctic Volume White 130 gr. Cover: 2 mm cupboard + 300 gr. grey carton. Book Cloth: Wicotex Brillianta BR14012. Damaded corner.

sold out

„It all started with one particular tree in the winter forest that caught my eye during one of my walks with my dog Shakeera. I kept returning there over an entire year and photographed the tree through every season. What especially fascinated me were the vines which elegantly wound themselves down to the ground from a branch, creating an image of endless bonds. With the forest as a source of inspiration and energy for all creativity, the roots and bonds became my theme." (Regina Anzenberger)

> selected among the Best Photobooks 2015 by Gerry Badger

> bookreview 1000 Words magazine by Gerry Badger
> bookreview GUP magazine bookreview by Rachel Moron

> see also Regina Anzenberger's fine art prints


More books by Regina Anzenberger

more books tagged »forest« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austria« | >> see all

more books tagged »tree« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »painting« | >> see all

more books tagged »nature« | >> see all

more books tagged »mixedmedia« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Roots & Bonds (signed - review copy)

by Regina Anzenberger


Photographs: Regina Anzenberger

Publisher: AnzenbergerEdition

112 pages

Pictures: 67 photos and 9 drawings

Year: 2015

ISBN: 978-3-9503876-9-8

Comments: 24 x 18,5 cm. edition of 350 signed and numbered copies including 12 collector's editions with a signed print. Embossed hard cover with dust jacket, thread binding. Inside Paper: Munken Lynx 150 gr Cover Paper: Arctic Volume White 130 gr. Cover: 2 mm cupboard + 300 gr. grey carton. Book Cloth: Wicotex Brillianta BR14012. Damaded corner.

sold out

„It all started with one particular tree in the winter forest that caught my eye during one of my walks with my dog Shakeera. I kept returning there over an entire year and photographed the tree through every season. What especially fascinated me were the vines which elegantly wound themselves down to the ground from a branch, creating an image of endless bonds. With the forest as a source of inspiration and energy for all creativity, the roots and bonds became my theme." (Regina Anzenberger)

> selected among the Best Photobooks 2015 by Gerry Badger

> bookreview 1000 Words magazine by Gerry Badger
> bookreview GUP magazine bookreview by Rachel Moron

> see also Regina Anzenberger's fine art prints


More books by Regina Anzenberger

more books tagged »forest« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austria« | >> see all

more books tagged »tree« | >> see all

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »painting« | >> see all

more books tagged »nature« | >> see all

more books tagged »mixedmedia« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com