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Dieter Blum⎥Men

Blum defines the archetype of the cowboy as the mental vade mecum for the accelerated individual society, a synthesis of old and new values. His image motifs are full of allusions, references and visions.

The fascination of movement. About the power of speed. In the silence of pausing in the midst of the dynamics. In loneliness. The elegance of sensuality.

Blum's world-famous photographs transformed the myth of freedom into the world of everyday life. Many motifs have become established in the mainstream of collective visual memory. Blum's trademark: the coarse grain and the exaggerated coloration, which gives his works an almost cinematic drama.

Blum depicts possible forms of individual freedom and also finds a new image of men in his photographs of dancers. The dancer Ismael Ivo compares the shoots with Blum against the background of his collaboration with Robert Mapplethorpe: "Blum mastered the time of movement in photography and immortalized the image in a genius capture." Blum's breathtaking images of dancers show male body movements, emotions and the age-old desire being able to fly, excellence, wildness and continuity, defenselessness, sensuality and almost sculptural physicality. The exhibition MEN shows approximately fifteen large-format and now rare photographs, including the last available image titled "Low Clearance".

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Black Rider, 1992

Dieter BlumSilbergelatine-Abzug
127 x 185 x 5 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Coming Soon, 2006

Dieter BlumPigmentprint
110 x 110 x 8 cm (in Acrylbox)Enquiry

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Lasso, 2003

Dieter BlumPigmentprint unter Liquid Gloss
186 x 146 x 6 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Michelangelo 2, 2002

Dieter BlumPigmentprint unter Liquid Gloss
178 x 178 cmEnquiry

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Sunrise 1, 1994

Dieter BlumPigmentprint unter Liquid Gloss
150 x 300 cmEnquiry

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3 Cowboys, 1998

Dieter BlumSiebdruck auf Büttenpapier
70 x 100 cmEnquiry

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Coming Soon, 2010

Dieter BlumPigmentprint
110 x 110 x 8 cm (in Acrylbox)Enquiry

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Ismael Ivo als Francis Bacon, 1993

Dieter BlumPigmentprint hinter Acrylglas
160 x 230 x 6 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Michelangelo 1, 2002

Dieter BlumPlatinum Print
85 x 75 x 4 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Rauchender Mann, 1998

Dieter BlumSilbergelatine-Abzug
193,5 x 126,5 x 4 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Wild To Be, 1998

Dieter BlumSilbergelatine-Abzug
128 x 173 x 5 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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3 Cowboys, 1998

Dieter BlumSilbergelatine-Abzug
128,5 x 193,5 x 5 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Blaue Pferde, 1992

Dieter BlumFine Art Print auf Baryta-Papier
74 x 107,5 x 6 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Coming Soon, 2010

Dieter BlumPigmentprint unter Liquid Gloss
176 x 176 x 5 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Low Clearance, 1992

Dieter BlumPigmentprint unter Liquid Gloss
176 x 158 x 6 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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Michelangelo 2, 2002

Dieter BlumSiebdruck auf Büttenpapier
105 x 80 cmEnquiry

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Wild 1, 1998

Dieter BlumPigmentprint unter Liquid Gloss
138 x 203 x 5 cm (gerahmt)Enquiry

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