Thomas Kellner

Lives and works in Siegen, Germany. Studied art, sociology, politics and economics. He was a visiting professor of art photography at the University of Giessen. Always worked with experimental and conceptual photography, pinhole series, frame and impressions in alternative techniques, cyanotype, saltpaper and others. Seeks to find the strong visual language combined with layers of content.

He began work on European monuments in 1997, using the contact method and “Deconstructing architecture as a visual language.” The buildings appear to be esfacelarem, dancing and remind us of the vulnerability of our values ​​and creations.

Participated in individual and group exhibitions in many countries and has works in several collections such as Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Siegen, Schuppmann, Fidelity Art Collection, Boston, New York, NY; Singapore; George Eastman House, Rochester, USA; Collection Haverford, Haverford, Philadelphia, USA; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA; Photography museum, Burghausen, Germany; Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; History Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; The Art Institute of Chicago, USA; The Boston Athenaeum, Boston, USA; The Institute of Art Dayton, Dayton, Ohio; Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR), Artcollection, Cologne, Germany; Art Museum Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Also has works in private collections in Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Britain, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, USA, etc. There are several books and catalogs about his works in many different countries. He has works in several private and public collections including at Museum of Art in Rio (director Paulo Herkenhofff).