Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat. Art Edition No. 201–300 ‘Spy Device’Edition of 100C-print on high-reflection Fujiflex paper in portfolio, 35 x 45 cm (13.8 x 17.7 in.); hardcover volume in clamshell box, 33 x 44 cm (13 x 17.3 in.), 454 pages2000Edition: English, French, German Availability: In Stock
Art Edition (No. 201–300), with the original photo print Spy Device, signed by Ellen von Unwerth
Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat. Art Edition No. 201–300 ‘Spy Device’2000
Welcome to Heimat
An enchanted trip through Bavaria with Ellen von Unwerth
As they happily discard their dirndls and run riot across the countryside, von Unwerth’s heroines demonstrate the attributes and attractions of the region, whether munching on pretzels, striding out across pristine pastures, or seducing lederhosen-clad farmhands (and each other). Blending old-world charm with a rebellious edge and a sly subversion of traditional gender roles, Heimat bursts with fresh, provocative eroticism, tied up with wit, laced with an abiding love for a proud and beautiful region.
Art Edition (No. 201–300), each with original photo print Spy Device, signed by Ellen von Unwerth.
Also available as three additional Art Editions of 100 copies each, with alternative signed prints, and as a signed Collector's Edition (No. 401–1,900).
Ellen von Unwerth worked as a top fashion model for 10 years, before taking up the camera and becoming one of the world’s most in-demand fashion photographers. Her work has featured in countless magazines, including Vogue, Interview, Vanity Fair, and i-D, while her advertising campaigns include Victoria’s Secret, Banana Republic, and Chanel. Von Unwerth’s TASCHEN books include Heimat, Fräulein, and The Story of Olga.
Harland Miller is a writer and an artist, working between Europe and the United States. His work has been exhibited at the ICA, London; White Cube, London; and Kunsthalle, Mannheim. His written work includes Slow Down Arthur, Stick to Thirty; First I Was Afraid, I Was Petrified; and the text for Ellen von Unwerth’s Revenge.
Mark Schulz is Head of Words at True & Good, a London-based language consultancy. He is a specialist in opulent beauty and writes lines for reading between. A lover of the German outdoors, he met Ellen von Unwerth in the mountains.
Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat. Art Edition No. 201–300 ‘Spy Device’Edition of 100C-print on high-reflection Fujiflex paper in portfolio, 35 x 45 cm (13.8 x 17.7 in.); hardcover volume in clamshell box, 33 x 44 cm (13 x 17.3 in.), 454 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-6389-5Edition: English, French, German