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Palm in the evening – Suse Güllert

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Palme abends – Suse Güllert

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Suse Güllert Fotografie – Logo
Palme abends – Suse Güllert
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Frau mit Tasche

Woman with a bag • 93 x 140 cm • 1/10 2021

A high, old wall surrounding a park. I walk along and see that there are traces of damp and black mould stains on the wall. At one point I notice a small graffiti in black paint. It shows a woman carrying a shopping bag.

I stop and we look at each other. She looks serious and unblinking.

Why do I stop, do I perceive her like this?

She seems lonely on this eternal long wall, but the dark grown spots on the plaster give her a space, a hold, as it were, that comforts.

Current exhibition

from 10.09.2021 – 03.10.2021

AN UNWRITTEN NOVEL from Virginia Woolf – Cordial invitation to the annual exhibition of the female artists’ association GEDOK Munich. I will also present one of my works here.

as part of the 16th Landshut Art Weekend
from 10. to 12. September
each from 14 – 19 h

Interactive Performance:
from Kirsten Lilli on Friday, 10.09.2021

Finissage with reading:
from Barbara Yurtaş on Sunday, 03.10.2021

Herrngasse 375
84028 Landshut

Opening hours:
Thursday – Sunday
from 14 to 17 h

Suse Güllert

Suse Güllert neben einem ihrer Werke

After my apprenticeship as a bookbinder, in 1986, I founded my own paper manufactory “Schachtel & Schachtel” and specialized in design and production of high-quality handcrafted boxes.

My collections have been shown at trade fairs and exhibitions in Germany and abroad and are sold also in the MOMA Museum Shop in New York.

My first camera was a Kodak Instamatic, a gift I received when I was very young. It had only two exposure settings, sunny or cloudy; compared to modern technical standards it was a kind of Camera Oscura. At that time, I started thinking and researching about “how do I see and what do I see” So, from my first self-earned money, I finally bought a SLR camera.

Coming from material handcrafting, I particularly perceive haptic and texture. I’m interested in corresponding structures and their reduction, the abstract, which stands as a part for the typological whole:

human acting and being connected with the emotionality of a situation,
shortly, the essential behind the obvious.

I like to experiment, but I don’t edit my pictures. Since I have been photographing analogue for a very long time, I like to define my picture, or a section, the moment I press the shutter release button. An exception are the kaleidoscopes, which have been created on the computer.

Fabric Kaleidoscopes, in 2007, was my first exhibition, behind which stands a very personal story.

In 2014 I graduated in Photography at the “Hamburger Fernakademie”, and since then my works have been shown in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg.

Informationen zu meinen Bildern

Information about my prints:

My photographs are FineArtPrints on handmade paper. This special printing technique on this high-quality matte paper produces a high colour intensity and gives the print a velvety surface.
The editions are limited to 5 or 10 pieces.
The sizes are variable from approx. 30 x 40 cm to 100 x 180 cm. They can be purchased ‘pure’ or with passepartout, wooden frame or mounted on aludibond. Prices range from 250 € to 2,000 €.

At the online art gallery BILDERGIPFEL you can find some of my works too.

If you are interested, please send me an e-mail or call.