January 29, 2009

Herr Buchta






You'll find Herr Buchta at : his official site, his MySpace, his gallery at deviantART.

His book "Intense" is available here.











"...technical support..."










" The photo artist Herr Butcha turns reality upside down in his pictures and created his own phantasy of a bizarre visual world where the artist sometimes likes to take the role of the protagonist buchta, the jester, the twisted, takes the spectator on a journey into a grotesque world which is artfully and perfect staged."
Source The Bizarre.










"Beauties"
Art Models Ninette and Sinkasa













"BOO"
Model Mel





Yes indeed, Herr Buchta is a master of the provocation, living in a strange artistic universe you can't miss to admire.

Self called experimental photographer, but far beyond the simple experimentation, Herr Buchta is a German digital artist, owner of the Buchta/Schramm Gallery in Krefeld, Germany (next exhibition announcement below).











"Amortia"
Model Vera K



Between photographs and paintings, his work is full of symbols whatever the theme he chooses : death, religion, pain, war, love, fun, portraits, self...










"Radioactive"
Model Sue




Herr Buchta is always successfully playing with our deepest fears and false beliefs, pushing the limits, jumping over the barriers... To make short : his inspired vision strikes the minds.

When you search some informations about this incredibly inventive artist, you often find the same word about his work : disturbing. Followed of course by : "stunning, amazing, dark, funny, positively subverted, truly inspiring, awesome", all at the same time. And everybody is right...









"Miss Geschick"
Model Kristin










"Non fragile"










"Flustita"
Art Model Marta Amarova








Next group exhibition : *image:n:ary*
28th February - 28th March 2009


Contributing Artists :

Vernon Trent
Pit Schramm
Leon Cool
Siggi Diggimon
Olli Brehm
Thomas Buchta
Wolfgang T.


Galerie Buchta/Schramm
Ostwall 65-67
47798 Krefeld, Germany

Reception : 28 February 2009, 14:00 - open end
Free public access every Saturday from 11:00 - 18:00 or by appointment.














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