Monumental, elemental, transcendental - Marius Tegethoff''s photographic work presents virtually unseen, yet mysteriously familiar views: imagery of supernatural scale. The viewer is immersed in skyscapes of color, space, and distance. While absolute dimensions remain diffuse, the flow of proportions always seems clear and natural, intuitively uncovering a universal, existential principle.
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