Special exhibition "Chemical Landscapes"

Feuer Eis

Matthias Guido Braudisch

Chemical Landscapes - Experimental Photography

In the exhibition "Chemical Landscapes" Matthias Guido Braudisch shows his experimental approach to photography. The combination of analogue and digital technology, coupled with a profound knowledge of old noble printing processes and a feeling for the material and the right moment, is what gives his works their special character.

Chemical Landscapes are wild rock formations, disappearing glaciers, angular mountain ranges and almost surreal volcanic landscapes that are able to capture the magic and transience of untouched nature in almost abstract forms.

Matthias Guido Braudisch, born in Bregenz (Austria)  in 1985, graduated from fotoK, School for Artistic Photography in Vienna, in 2010. In 2019 he completed his studies in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna with Daniel Richter.

In 2020, he received a media scholarship from the National Parks Austria and dealt very intensively with the dwindling glaciers of the Hohe Tauern in terms of photography and art.

Braudisch lives and works in Kennelbach, Vorarlberg (Austria).


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01.06. - 02.09.23

10.00 - 17.00  Clock

Abbey Museum

Museum Entrance Fee

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