Kurt Grüng is best known for his haunting nòiresque and surrealist black & white photography also early Abstract Bauhaus inspired art and mixed media Dadaist style art
“To capture someone’s light is to seal a moment in time of their soul. Trapping it within a pane of glass. forever suspended in time”
– Kurt Grüng
Kurt Grüng is a self-taught photographer working with an array of Antiquarian Avant-Garde Art & Processes but mainly working with the large format wet plate collodion process as his preferred choice (a photography process created in 1851 by Frederick Scott Archer). Kurt Grüng”s abstract compositions pays to allot of resemblance to early Abstract movements such as Dadaism, Futurism, Cubism, Modernist, Minimal, Constructivism.
Artist Website kurtgrung.com