The Earth constitutes the focal point of Bernhard Edmaier's photographic art. His highly unconventional landscape images have been exhibited in many countries as either solo exhibitions or group exhibitions. Wherever they are displayed - be in public or private galleries as well as natural history museums - Bernhard Edmaier's images fascinate and inspire the viewers from all walks of life.
WATER - How it forms our Earth | 6 Nov. 2019 until 14 June 2020
Natural History Museum
The Alps - A Work of Art | 23 November 2019 until 23 February 2020
Museum of Natural History
You can hire a Bernhard Edmaier Exhibition. Currently, there are three complete shows ready for display. They are curated by the art historian Ines Auerbach, the Manager of "Haus der Fotografie" in Burghausen, Germany. The exhibition commentaries and texts have been written by the science writer Angelika Jung-Hüttl, PhD.
We will gladly send you an overview of the motifs and the concepts for the respective exhibition.
For Booking and Information
Contact us for the exhibition concepts together with the number of exhibits, overview of motifs, monthly rental charge etc.. We will be pleased to be assistance.
Angelika Jung-Hüttl, PhD
Tel. +49 (0)8636 7850
A fascinating visual journey back to the time of the emergence of this majestic mountain range situated in the heart of Europe - since its formation till the time of today's climate change. Large-size aerial photographs show the famous Alpine mountain peaks, secluded valleys, rugged cliff sides, lacerated rocky plateaus, shimmering mountain lakes and the vanishing ice of the glaciers. The images were shot in Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, France and Germany.
The photo exhibition presents the astonishing spectrum of natural colours which the Earth's surface provides. The range stretches from blue and green, yellow, orange, red and violett to brown, grey, black and white - with all imaginable stages in-between.
WATER - HOW IT FORMS OUR EARTH is the title of this exhibition. It shows water fluid, frozen to ice and gaseos in clouds, as a destructive, transporting and even constructive power, and how it reacts to the climate change.
„Bernhard Edmaier raises the art of aerial photography to new hights. His images are hauntingly impressionistic, even as they display a clarity of tone and texture that recalls the sharp-focus realism of Eliot Porter ... “
Natural History Magazine, USA
"… he discovers the earth in a new way, for himself and for us. …the pictures are amazing, pictures we’ve never seen before. Pictures that tell us in a special way of the power of nature and of the transience of time… Edmaier’s pictures are hyper-concrete and at the same time enchantingly abstract. They are like a hymn to the beauty of nature….like a song announcing the magnificence of our planet."
Kulturweltspiegel, ARD (German Television)
„ ... Oversize is the right way to see these landscapes and the effect is overwhelming.“
New York Times, USA
„ ... Bernhard Edmaier has given us a new perspective to natural landscapes .... The deep beauty of these scenes cries out for stewardship ... “
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in LIFE Magazine, USA
" .... Edmaier’s work reveals the diverse colours, forms and structures of the Earth photographed from the air at the height of 50 – 4,000 metres. However, this is just a part of his photographic style, more than that, he continues the stylistic tradition of New Objectivity by incorporating the notion of scientific and thematic correlation in his texts and images, similarly to Albert Renger-Patzsch. In this way, the functional principles of our planet are translated into aesthetically perfect images."
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie (German Society for Photography)