Werner Feiersinger – »Untitled (Chandigarh)«, 2013


Werner Feiersinger
»Untitled (Chandigarh)«

01 Wfeiersinger Chandigarh

Photography, framed in white wooden frame

Format: 48 x 36 cm (18.9 x 14.2 inches)

Edition of 15

Signed and numbered by the artist

1.500 Euro

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»Untitled (Chandigarh)«, 2013

Sculptor and photographer Werner Feiersinger (*1966 in Brixlegg, Tyrol) challenges the fractures and controversies caused by ambivalent objects and photographies which document what's already well-known. As a result of this process, he often points out surprising and unconventional perspectives. Feiersinger applies an accuracy in his photography which is matched by the meticulousness of his research and preparation work.

The edition is a framed photograph from his extensive series Chandigarh Redux. Chandigarh is Le Corbusier's planned city in Northern India. It is a peculiar place, not only because it has been conceived and constructed by one of the most influential architects of classical modernism, but also because in this place it was possible to implement the vision of Classical Modernism from scratch in all its consequence.

03 Wfeiersinger Chandigarh

Fotos: courtesy of Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna

Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna
Werner Feiersinger at the Secession, Vienna
Werner Feiersinger at the Mumok Collection, Vienna

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