Yoshi Kametani: Wonderbread – Brooklyn, NY, 2013
Robin Lopvet: sans titre – Berlin, 2013
Yoshi Kametani: Wonderbread – Brooklyn, NY, 2013

Edition № 006 feat. Yoshi Kametani, Robin Lopvet, Alexander Gehring

Edition № 006 combines the works of Yoshi Kametani (USA), Robin Lopvet (France) and Alexander Gehring (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.

Yoshi Kametani was born in 1980 in New York City, USA. He is currently based in Brooklyn, NY. In 2010, he completed his bachelor with honors in Photography & Film, Edinburgh, UK. His work has been exhibited widely, e.g. at MACRO (Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma), Rome, at Koki Arts Gallery, Tokyo, at Underground Gallery, London and he received several awards and grants, such as the WESTPHOTO Photography Prize (First Prize Project), the Jill Todd Photographic Award (Best in Show) and a Scholarship from Magnum Photos Portfolio Award, London.

Robin Lopvet was born in Cucq in 1990. After studying sciences, he graduated at the University of Fine Arts of Epinal. He is currently studying at the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in France.

Alexander Nicolas Gehring, born 1981 in Bielefeld, lives and works in Berlin. From 2005 to 2011, he was studying photography at Fachhochschule Bielefeld. In 2009, ha was studying at London College of Communication. His work has been exhibited internationally.

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 (+260 EUR)

Signed by Der Greif
incl. certificate of authenticity

This product is only available upon request. Contact us for a quote.