Peter Granser

Website - Granser.de

Peter Granser is self-educated and was invited to the WPP Masterclass in 2001. He was given the Arles Discovery Award in 2002, as well as the Oskar-Barnack Award in 2004. In 2006 Granser was a stipendiary of the Kunststiftung Baden-Wuerttemberg (Germany) and was awarded the Helmut-Kraft-Foundation Talent Art Prize in 2011. His works have been exhibited internationally and are presented in public collections such as the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, USA, the ARTIUM Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo, Sapin the Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, the Alison and Peter Klein Collection, Germany and the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Graphische Sammlung, Germany. In March 2012 his new book J´ai perdu ma tête will be published by Kodoji, Switzerland.

Peter Granser, still life 13
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still life 13

Evreux, Normandie, France, 2009

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