Bernd Weingart, Projects

Nekyia
The light in the depths, No. 131, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

Bernd Weingart, Projects

Untitled
The light in the depths, No. 129, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

Bernd Weingart, Projects

Untitled
The light in the depths, No. 116, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

Bernd Weingart, Projects

Untitled
The light in the depths, No. 128, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

Bernd Weingart, Projects

Ufer der Maat
The light in the depths, No. 065, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

Bernd Weingart, Projects

Mondblättrig
The light in the depths, No. 133, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

Bernd Weingart, Projects

Mondblättrig
The light in the depths, No. 145, Berlin 2012
Giclée Barytprint 31.4 to 47.2 inch
Edition: 5 + 3 a.p.

The light in the depths

The night had always attracted him, even back in the days when he discovered the world of the Whispering Gallery on his airy flights through the landscape of Thuringia. And now he was able to interpret it again in a quite different way, that atmosphere he had ever since so passionately sought to translate in his images. He found it now, reflected in the dark that stared back at him from the puddles in which fallen leaves eddied in seemingly infinite deceleration, moved by strange attractors in cosmic space. Between, yawning endlessness: the withering of things. Visible in a light of antique gold, a colour reminiscent of the light of the oldest galaxies in our universe, a light that spills across things sometimes from the gaze of the viewer.1

- Christian Weingart

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