Tricolore VI
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Tricolore VI

Photography medium: C-type photography

Frame: Arylic glass on dibond

Edition of 10 (3 available)

Gallery: Artfully Sorted

Ships from: Germany

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About the artwork
Interpretation of the French flag presenting the French nation by applyinga PixelSort effect. Artwork will be printed on highest quality photographic paper, glued onto an aluminium-dibond plate and covered with acrylic glass (museum quality) Jochen's work has gained traction in recent years with multiple awards in high-profile photo competitions like Trierenberg Circuit, Monochrome Awards, Fotoforum Magazine and Viewbug. In addition, he has held multiple exhibitions in Germany, London and Hong Kong, where his work was strongly received by international art collectors and photo enthusiast alike.


Medium C-type photography
Support Paper
Framed? Yes
Frame Type Arylic glass on dibond
Subjects Maps,
Style Conceptual
Original or Edition? Edition of 10
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Signed? No
Year created 2020
Artwork Dimensions: 70 X 105 X 4 X cm

About Jochen Cerny

Jochen Cerny, born in Düsseldorf, Germany, inherited his artistic skills from both his grandmother, a passionate photographer, and his father, a marketing consultant with top photographers from industry.

His first foray into photography started just after his academic studies, but he then opted for a career as an investment banker, taking him to NY, London & Frankfurt. Jochen rediscovered his photography passion after a reunion with a childhood friend, none other than Andreas Gursky, one of the world's most famous fine art photographers. At that seminal meeting, Andreas confirmed Jochen's talent and that was the catalyst behind him setting on a path turning his photography into a profession.

Today, Jochen's style is characterised by his self-developed and perfected CMPB-technique, involving post--production adaptations, manipulating the colours of the object without alienating the object itself. The result is a unique art form in photography with his own idiosyncratic style, partially influenced by the Düsseldorf School of Photography.

Over the last few years, Jochen's work has gained traction with multiple awards in high-profile photography competitions, such as Trierenberg Circuit, Monochrome Awards, Fotoforum Magazine and others. He has held multiple exhibitions internationally through galleries in Hong Kong, London and Germany, with his work being received to positive acclaim by collectors and photo enthusiasts alike. In March 2020, he was nominated as a curator in the "Asian Art Association" in Singapore.

Since then, his work has featured in numerous international exhibitions : Gallery 040, Hamburg; Maison Sensey, Paris; Robert Berry Gallery, New York and Artcadia Gallery, Berlin.