This thrilling late work emerges around 1960, and is determined through a soft, personal and intimate use of forms.
The works of Marcelle Cahn engage in a dialogue with the works of the Austrian artist Tina Lechner (born in 1981 in St. Pölten). She concentrates on classic analog photography. After a long process of creation with her own requisites, she develops her black and white photographies in her studio. In detailed sequences she creates sculptures, inorganic bodily objects out of paper, which overlap the bodies of her female models. The model or subject becomes an object. Tina Lechner’s photographies give a fresh and new interpretation of classic photographic aesthetics within existing traditions.