‘I’m in love, I’m all shook up’. What better way to describe German photo artist Thomas Kellner’s relationship with America than through the words of Rock and Roll legend Elvis Presley. For Kellner, the country is one of unlimited possibilities that are embodied within its iconic monuments and architecture. His unique approach to capturing these icons of America shows them in a different light, one where they appear to the viewer to have been shaken up by Kellner before being presented to the viewer. Thomas Kellner has been working in photography since the early 1990s. His experiments within this medium […]
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