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Christine Turnauer

Punzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013ZoomEdition Gerd HatjeChristine TurnauerPunzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013 Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013

Punzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013 Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013

Punzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013ZoomEdition Gerd HatjeChristine TurnauerPunzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013

Punzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013

Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013ZoomEdition Gerd HatjeChristine TurnauerAbil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013

Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013

Photographer, traveler, and seeker, Turnauer has been fascinated by people since her early childhood, by their diversity and uniqueness. She has been traveling the world with her camera for over thirty years to meet people from all walks of life: mountain farmers in Austria, geishas in Japan, rabbis in Jerusalem, religious individuals in India, Greece, and Turkey, pygmies in Central Africa, and nomads in Mongolia. During her time in Canada she built herself a studio in the form of a tent that she could transport herself, and she traveled for two years from northern Alberta to southern Montana to various Native American powwows, in order to photograph traditional dancers. Individuals are always photographed in daylight and in front of a neutral background. Each one of her black-and-white portraits conveys a unique moment of an authentic encounter: “What I hope for is to capture the inner presence of the person in front of me, not just a simple representation.” We are pleased to be able to offer you two of Christine Turnauer’s striking portraits taken in 2013 in Mongolia as Collector’s Editions. These are “faces that are linked to an archaic past and lives lived nearly unchanged for thousands of years”; they are “faces with features and expressions that will soon no longer exist.” The carbon pigment inkjet prints on hand-made paper are available individually or as a set and come in a folder together with a copy of the publication Presence.

Christine Turnauer
Punzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013

Carbon pigment inkjet prints on Innova Smooth Cotton Natural White, 315 g (hand-made paper, 100% cotton, acid-free, without optical brighteners), in folder, with book

Sheet size: each 59.5 x 42 cm; image size: each 36 x 36 cm
Edition: 12 of each

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€ 1,500.00

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Christine Turnauer
Punzel, Tsaatan nomad and reindeer herder, Uzeg autumn camp, northern Mongolia, 2013

Carbon pigment inkjet print on Innova Smooth Cotton Natural White, 315 g (hand-made paper, 100% cotton, acid-free, without optical brighteners), in folder, with book

Sheet size: 59.5 x 42 cm; image size: 36 x 36 cm
Edition: 12

available

€ 800.00

Order now

Christine Turnauer
Abil, Kazakh nomad, herder, and hunter, northwestern Mongolia, 2013

Carbon pigment inkjet print on Innova Smooth Cotton Natural White, 315 g (hand-made paper, 100% cotton, acid-free, without optical brighteners), in folder, with book

Sheet size: 59.5 x 42 cm; image size: 36 x 36 cm
Edition: 12

available

€ 800.00

Order now

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Presence
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