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Michael A. Russ - Tamara Johannes J. Dittloff - portfolio YSL #1 Johannes J. Dittloff - portfolio YSL #2 Michael A. Russ - Swordfishtrombones cover shoot #2 Michael A. Russ - Swordfishtrombones cover shoot #1 Graphic Portfolio Federico Garcia Lorca - Rancillac Graphic Portfolio Federico Garcia Lorca - Soto, Guimaraes, Arman Graphic Portfolio Federico Garcia Lorca - Agam
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art place berlin - art in focus - Michael A. Russ
art place berlin - art in focus - Johannes J. Dittloff - portfolio homage to Yves Saint Laurent
art place berlin - art in focus - Johannes J. Dittloff - portfolio homage to Yves Saint Laurent
art place berlin - art in focus - from the Swordfishtrombones cover shoot by Michael A. Russ
art place berlin - art in focus - from the Swordfishtrombones cover shoot by Michael A. Russ
art place berlin - art in focus - from the Graphic Portfolio 'Federico Garcia Lorca'
art place berlin - art in focus - from the Graphic Portfolio 'Federico Garcia Lorca' - Soto, Guimaraes, Arman
art place berlin - art in focus - from the Graphic Portfolio 'Federico Garcia Lorca' - Agam


Art in Focus

Artworks selected by Thomas Tyllack


Michael A. Russ's avantguardistic approach to photography resulted in his TinTone process, based on 35mm black and white film. His 'one of a kind' silver gelatine prints are some-times chemically toned/tinted, often masked/solarized and handcolored. In 1983 Tom Waits commissioned Michael A. Russ to create his Island label record cover 'Swordfishtrombones' in the TinTone style.
More about at M. A. Russ' Swordfishtrombones Cover Art Gallery

Michael A. Russ - Uhlandstrasse and Tom Waits portrait
left: 'Uhlandstrasse', TinTones by Michael A. Russ, 150x98cm, Alu-Dibond/Silver Industrial
right: 'Tom Waits Portrait Blue', TinTones by Michael A. Russ, 150x103cm, Alu-Dibond/Silver Industrial




Johannes J. Dittloff
'My feelings shall be converted into an aesthetic experience and perfected with other media'


J. J. Dittloff - two artworks
left: from the graphic cicle Homage to Yves Saint Laurent by J. J. Dittloff, on Bütten
right: from the graphic cicle Metropolis Berlin by J. J. Dittloff, 100x140cm, pigment print

'Things that lurk unseen beneath the surface appeal to Dittloff. He wants to convey moods, instead of trying to be recognizable. He wants to take the viewer on a journey through his subjective imagery. In this sense, he can be best described as modern photographic impressionist.' - Prof. B. Schwichtenberg

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