Gregor Röhrig was one the first artist in South Africa to use anodised brushed aluminium as a medium to showcase his photographic art. His black and white photographs are printed, using archival ink, on large sheets of this engaging silvery white metal.
The result is breathtaking as any direct light or reflection brings the image to life, the mood of the image constantly shifting.
The Aluminium works are printed from edge-to-edge, and can be mounted using the attached back-mounts, allowing the art to float from the wall. The works do not require framing. Print sizes vary .
"Black & White urban landscape images are transformed on brushed aluminium: no more the “flat-footed” one-