List of photobooks by Pichler, Klaus

Klaus Pichler (b. 1977) lives and works in Vienna, Austria. After he finished his Landscape Architecture studies in 2005, he decided to become a full-time photographer. Since then, he is creating free photo projects on a range of diverse topics. In his works, he is inspired by the hidden aspects of everyday life.
Photo: ©Klaus Pichler

Klaus Pichler (b. 1977) lives and works in Vienna, Austria. After he finished his Landscape Architecture studies in 2005, he decided to become a full-time photographer. Since then, he is creating free photo projects on a range of diverse topics. In his works, he is inspired by the hidden aspects of everyday life.
Photo: ©Klaus Pichler


His work, some of which was published as photobooks, has been extensively exhibited worldwide in the past years: ‘Just the two of us’, Anzenberger Gallery, Vienna, Austria in 2015, and ‘One Third’ (solo exhibition) UN FAO Asia Headquarter, Hong Kong in 2014 to name a few.


Photobooks already published:


2016 'Golden days before they end', published by Edition Patrick Frey
2015 'Dust', published by AnzenbergerEdition
2014  'Just the Two of Us', self-published
2013 'One Third' published by AnzenbergerEdition
2013  'Skeletons in the Closet', self-published, funded by BM:UKK and Steiermark Kultur
2011 'Fürs Leben gezeichnet. Gefängnistätowierungen und ihre Träger', Fotohof edition, Salzburg, Austria
2008  'Lok-Motive', Verlag Technisches  Museum, Vienna, Austria
2002  'feste feiern', Bibliothek der Provinz, Weitra, Austria

More
Showing 1 - 3 of 3 items
  • Publisher's presentation: "The thing is, we are controlled by a compulsion to get rid of dust. DUST, we believe, does not agree with us, because it conceals everything we create. DUST is the devil’s trap, revealed only once it has caught its prey. Haven’t we been forever treading all evil into the dust? Was the snake not cursed to grovel in the dust?...

    48,00 €
    In Stock
  • .Sold out.Presentation by the artist Klaus Pichler: "Who hasn't had the desire just to become someone else for a while? Dressing up is a way of creating an alter ego and a second skin which one's behaviour can be adjusted to. Regardless of the motivating factors which cause somebody to acquire a costume, the main principle remains the same: the civilian...

  • All the images in Skeletons in the Closet were made in the basements and storage areas of the Museum of Natural History in Vienna (Austria). One evening, from the street outside, Klaus Pichler spots a stuffed antelope in an office from a lit-up window; that was a regular office room, with shelves, a computer, etc. It is this single occurrence of what the...

    30,00 €
    In Stock
Showing 1 - 3 of 3 items