Igor Omulecki: Mama-01 – Poland, 2012
Amanda Boe: Path off Highway 1 – California, 2009
Melanie Meißner: They’ll disappear – Warnemünde, 2010

Edition № 004, feat. Igor Omulecki, Amanda Boe, Melanie Meißner

Edition № 004 combines the works of Igor Omulecki (Poland), Amanda Boe (USA) and Melanie Meissner (Germany). The editions of Der Greif are based on a cooperative principle between the submitting photographers and Der Greif, therefore all parties are compensated for each sold edition.

Based on the exhibition »A Process«, Der Greif presents high-quality limited editions featuring 18 international, selected photographers. These editions – showing new compositions and combinations – ask the viewer to reconsider rigid concepts of conventional photographic editions. De- and re-contextualization is core principle of Der Greif, setting images next to each other in order to establish powerful dialogues, allowing images to grow and creating new imaginary worlds.

Igor Omulecki was born in Lodz, Poland in 1973. He studied at the Polish National Film School in Lodz, and is working as an artist and freelance photographer. Omulecki has been awarded with numerous grants and awards, including the Prize of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Poland, the National Diploma at Cannes Lions, IPA Award, Exhibit Award. His work has been exhibited internationally, including Cornerhouse (Manchester), the Barbican (London), The Glass House Gallery (London), CBKG (Arnhem), The Centre for Contemporary Art (Tel Aviv), Tri Postal (Lille), Matadero (Madrid), Museum Of Modern Art (Warsaw) and the Central European House of Photography (Bratyslava).

Amanda Boe is an American photographer based in San Francisco, California. She has exhibited her photographs nationally, including SFMOMA Artists Gallery, RayKo Photo Center, and SF Camerawork in San Francisco, CA, as well as Photo Center NW in Seattle, WA and Newspace Center for Photography in Portland, OR. Her work has received recognition from the New York Photo Awards, Conscientious, Fraction Magazine, and Frankie Magazine. Amanda received her MFA in photography from the Academy of Art University and a BA in architecture from the University of Minnesota.

Melanie Meißner, born in 1987, lives and works in Hamburg. She is working as a communication designer and devoted to great photography.

Edition of 15 + 4 AP | numbered
Print: pigment print | covered with passepartout
Size of print: 67.5 x 45 cm
Paper: Schöller 260g/m2 Semigloss

Optional frame: Aluminium body, Pale Wenge veener (see images),
incl. museum glass

Signed by Der Greif
incl. certificate of authenticity

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