• Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser
  • Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser

Damian Michał Heinisch Erde, Feuer, Wind, Wasser

This four­-volume publication raises ques­tions about cultural and collective heritage and takes us on a visual journey through the history of Europe in the 20th and 21st centuries, marked by war, migration, and changes in political systems.
In each of the books – symbolically anchored in the four elements and the four seasons – the photographer focuses on various genera­tions of his family over the last 75 years: from his grandfather’s diary, which he wrote as a prisoner of war in Ukraine, to his family’s emi­gration from Poland to West Germany in the 1970s and the relatives they left behind, to Heinisch’s relationship with his widowed father in Germany and his own search for identity in Norway, his adopted home. Damian Heinisch holds an MA from the Folkwang School in Essen and teaches photography in Oslo.
45, his first publication, received the Mack First Book Award in 2020.

This book is published in a limited and signed edition of 600 copies.


4 elaborately designed hardcovers in linen slipcase 12 gatefolds 27,1 x 30,3 cm 516 pages 278 color and 15 duotone illustrations English, German Available ISBN 978­-3­-96900­-047­-2 2021

Texts:

Walter Heinisch, Sophie­-Charlotte Opitz, Kristian Skylstad

Design:

Andreas Rød Skilhagen

Exhibitions

45
LiFEBOOKS Gallery Seoul, Republic of Korea
May–June, 2021

45
LiFEBOOKS Gallery Busan, Republic of Korea
June–August, 2021

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