His new photographic work

 August 10, 2017 – 09:09 pm


Entreviñetas ,el Festival más importante de cómic en Colombia,ofreciendo talleres con Aisha Franz (Alemania),Mariano Díaz (Argentina) y Fabio Zimbres (Brasil),de este último también tendremos en la galería una exposición con lo mejor de su obra. CasaTinta joins Entreviñetas organization,the most important comic book festival in Colombia,offering workshops with Aisha Franz (Germany),Mariano Diaz (Argentina) and Fabio Zimbres (Brazil),the latter also have an exhibition in the gallery with the best of his work.


shop by FABIO ZIMBRES (Brazil)



More than 100 years after Edward Curtiss' work on the "Great Warriors", Eric Klemm continued did historical work by photographing as many members of the devastated tribes of North American Indians as he Could find. No longer yet quietly heroic warriors, thesis ordinary people are survivors who refused to give up Their culture and thereby give birth to a future. Eric Klemm, born 1939 in Germany, now lives and works on Salt Spring Iceland near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.After first studying graphic design, he turned seriously to photography in year 1968. Terminal has been affiliated with the legendary German magazine "Twen" in the seventies and Contributed to top German magazines: such as "Star", "girlfriend", "parents", "Time Magazine" and the German edition of "Playboy". During this period, he published four books and Became a member of German Society for Photography. In 1999, he began painting, Which has Strongly Influenced his aesthetic. His new photographic work has been shown Widely.

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