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Marco Bohr

MA work

My photographic projects predominantly deal with contemplation of the landscape whereby I am more interested in the people engulfed in the activity of seeing, than what they are seeing. I therefore tend to photograph in places that are frequented by observers taking advantage of wide spaces or high vantage points.

Be it riverside promenades, observatory decks or plane-spotting platforms, it is not just the grandeur of a particular landscape that I am drawn to, but also the fact that these places are often on the peripheries of the natural and urban landscape.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Humanities

    Programme

    MA Photography, 2007

  • My photographic projects predominantly deal with contemplation of the landscape whereby I am more interested in the people engulfed in the activity of seeing, than what they are seeing. I therefore tend to photograph in places that are frequented by observers taking advantage of wide spaces or high vantage points.

    Be it riverside promenades, observatory decks or plane-spotting platforms, it is not just the grandeur of a particular landscape that I am drawn to, but also the fact that these places are often on the peripheries of the natural and urban landscape.

  • Exhibitions

  • Flash Forward: Emerging Photographers, Lennox Contemporary, Toronto, Canada, 2006; Fuke, Landscapes, Landschaften, Japan Foundation, Cologne, Germany, 2006; ReGeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow, Musee de l’Elysee, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2005; Uniforms, Days Photo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 2004
  • Awards

  • Selected, Photography, PDN's 30: New and Emerging Photographers To Watch, New York, 2007; Finalist, Contemporary Art, Timeraiser Award, Toronto, 2005; Recipient, Visual Art, du Maurier Visual Arts Grant, Montreal, 2003