Brandl works as a fine art photographer bordering on painting and graphic design. In nature, in distant countries, in unexpected situations, Brandl often searches for unexpected views that are not necessarily apparent at first sight. In one of his latest projects he connected images of volcanoes with their mythological stories. He is dedicated to analogue photography and likes to take pictures with expired films and medium-format cameras. He then combines the theme of his series with unusual material, which he uses as image carriers: pictures of Kilimanjaro he let print on aged Japanese hand-made Kozo paper, the Indonesian volcano Tangkuban Parahu he had lasered on Italian Carrara marble. He had printed an experimental project for an outdoor presentation on tarpaulins.
He was the first German recently to win the renowned photographer of the year in Kenya.
He studied visual arts at New York University. He holds a BA from that school.
Geboren in Baden-Baden
140 x 80 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing
140 x 90 cm, photographic paper, mounted on aluminium board, with an acrylic glas finishing
110×70, photographic paper, unmounted
All works are edition: 3, prices available upon request
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