Italian based photographer Walter Niedermayr chooses to photograph alpine landscapes that express the relationship between man and nature. Sometimes climbing all day to reach the desired altitude, Niedermayr presents viewers with a panoramic view of mountains reminiscent of the tradition of Germainic Romantic painting and the work of Caspar David Friedrich. His photographs are presented in fragments, as diptychs or triptychs, where the human figure is seen miniscule against the vast expanse of the natural landscape.
Walter Niedermayr was born in 1952 in Bolzano, Italy, where he lives and works. His photographs have been widely exhibited internationally in both solo and group shows.
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