Kim Holtermand is an architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. Kim was born into a creative family with both his father and grandfather being artists. When he's not out taking moody and epic photographs of architecture and landscapes, Kim works as a fingerprints expert in The Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police.
Kims work has been featured in international magazines and publications including Dwell and Photography Monthly.
Kim was awarded NETDIVER Best of the Year 2008 and won 1st place in both the 2009 IPA International Photography Awards (Pro category 'Architecture Buildings') and in The 2010 APA Awards National Photo Competition ('Landscape'category). Kim recently won the Blurb "Bring Your Photography to Life" competition on the Behance Network.
I focus on "ordinary" architectural buildings and turn them into desolate containers. In my photographs you rarely see people. The mood is lonely and cold, as if the viewer were the last person on earth; my goal to make the viewer concentrate on the image of the building.
Fog is a frequent element in my imagery (it is actually one of my favorite weather elements), which makes the images seem even moodier.
The feeling of being lonely is something we can all relate to; and being able to control that feeling, to hang on to it â€” in a world that seems to be shrinking all the time due to the connective power of global media networks â€” is a powerful thing. Like humans, individual buildings are unique; they stand "alone.
16" x 24" or 24" x 36" canvas print
Printed on 19 mil bright white, polycotton blend matte canvas using an acid-free neutral pH coating.
Fine Art Trade Guild Certified Archival and Blue Wool tested up to 100 years display life.
3 mil vinyl, UV-protective, Matte finish.
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