Karl Martin Holzhäuser is a photographer, yet his pictures are difficult to identify as photographs. Holzhäuser's works are not a reflection of reality; his photos are non-objective images produced completely in the dark, using self-developed lighting equipment, fitted with various diaphragms and filters, to “paint” his motifs directly onto the photographic paper. This book provides a comprehensive overview of Holzhäuser‘s fascinating work and spans the period from the 1960s up to his current works.
Clothbound hardcover, 224 pages
11.8 x 9.5 in.
Published by Verlag Kettler, Bilingual edition (German/English)
Texts by Gerhard Glüher and Gottfried Jäger
Jutta Hülsewig-Johnen in conversation with Karl Martin Holzhäuser