Marion Kalter - Deep Time
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Marion Kalter’s photographs are always about people – the artist was already fascinated by them as a young journalist. Among them were the artistic and intellectual avant-garde of the 1970s, such as Anaïs Nin, Paul Bowles, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Susan Sontag, and Meret Oppenheim. At the then still young Rencontres d’Arles and in Paris, she met photographers such as Mary Ellen Mark and Garry Winogrand. Deep Time is the picture and life story of Marion Kalter. In her first monograph, she takes stock of an era and its attitude to life through a series of different photographic techniques and subjects. Classic portraits line up with radical self-stagings. Still lifes of objects from the estate of Kalter’s parents and collages of historical photographs meet contemporary shots taken with smartphones. Between these different temporal and geographical fixed points, an impressive pictorial cosmos opens up, whose only constants are the intensity and subjectivity with which Marion Kalter tries to understand her past.