"The end of feeling of our souls. The end of feeling of our spirits. And the end of standing free... the end of life of our heart... without any love.
We all have to see, what our own reality signifies, our dark side in us and our deepest, ousted secrets and lies behind our faces... behind our wide shut eyes..."
Rolleiflex 6008, ZEISS Macro Planar 120mm.
ANALOGUE photography & Editing by © Peter Allert*
Everywhere and Nowhere!
A kind of sequel against all these superficiality and ignorance around us... We have to learn what it means to be humble, to live in reverence in front the Miraculous ...
My work “After I Lost Myself…” has been selected in August 2015 for the collection “Art for Analogue Lover” with 39 other works in Saatchi Art!
So many thanks for this great appreciation to the Curator „Gail Acosta“ Los Angeles, CA, United States
In an elaborate print Examination I have tested all the top-class fine art papers and the best pigment inks (with archive Guarantee) with a selection of my best work ... The factors such as the depth of the printing, the implementation of the subtle nuances of my work and the overall impression of the printing in relation to the most special and pastel shades were the focus of my test.
Added to this was the wonderful fine but pronounced structure of handmade paper.
If you are holding such a print of my work in your hands, then you will immediately understand what I mean ... To see my pictures in this way, touched me again and again very emotional!. “Hahnemühle German Etching "310g fine art paper has been made exactly for my kind of photography ...
Since 2012 Peter Allert's photography actually is artistic. His works now are altogether advanced elaborations.
His technique in photography in general, which he has developed and further developed:
For the art part, his technique of creation is quite complex : He takes its motives under different types of exhibitions with lighting (DEDO Lights) that he fix for each angle and adds various configurations and he is working with multiple exposures and long exposure. He loves the available light, which he usually only supplemented, but not infrequently used as the main light.
Peter Allert’s technical photograph is very studied, mixture of poetry and expression of the soul of the human, the light, the colors, the angle of view, the game blur, and the (extended) exposure time, all are working together to bring out the emotions.
All works are be signed and labeled with date and corresponding edition number. Printed on "Hahnemühle German Etching" 310g museum quality fine art-paper. All important data of the prints are also in a 'legally binding' ART - certificate listed.