11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

11Silent path nº1 (Asperity – Triptych), 2015

Acrylic- and oil 
paint over photograph mounted on 3 wood panels
172 x 300 cm

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Insel der Zeit

Islandiya series – Suðurland and Vesturland
Color photography
2016 – 2020

Jörg Bräuer has travelled the world, drawn by places that are remote and less altered by humans. He seeks out landscapes that reveal a special type of beauty that relates to impermanence, emptiness and silence. In 2016, he visited Iceland, where the following photographic series was made. When photographing these isolated landscapes, it’s important for Bräuer to observe, listen, connect to the place in silence before taking any pictures, a process that is almost meditational. About his attraction to islands Bräuer explains, “I like the idea of travelling in time when I visit an island. I find islands maintain time differently and each island develops a particular rhythm, which adds to its character, and is mostly very different to what happens to the rest of the country it belongs to. Also, going to an island is about accepting limitations. These limits force me to look closer, to sense more and to become more creative inside the given limits — on the islands, less becomes more.”

Text by Blaire Dessent, TLmag#31, Islands of Creation.”

This series was first edited in 2019 for the Tlmag#31 publication and after fine art prints where made for the solo show “Insel der Zeit” a year later at Spazio Nobile gallery.

Suðurland and Vesturland Series#
Color photography
Archival pigment print on cotton paper
Signed and dated
Oak wood frame

110 x 175 cm, format I
50 x 70 cm, format II
Edition of 8 + 2 AP