• Since 2007, the photographer Josef Polleross has been exploring a traditional genre of European art history in the series Triptychs. His presentation of images in sets of three, freed of any religious connotation, facilitates a widening of the gaze and creates new spaces of imagination.

  • Beheld through Polleross' camera eye, everyday objects, situations or natural phenomena such as a simple kitchen light, a passageway, trees in changing seasons or stones in a stream bed take form as new visual realities. Detached from their contexts and fragmented, they drift into abstraction, transcending their unremarkable origins.

    [ Maria Holter ]