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where we proudly showcase the captivating photographic works of Tino Pohlmann. Step into our world and let Tino’s artistry transport you to a realm where words cease to exist, and the language of visuals reigns supreme.

NEW COLLECTION: NEWSPAPER „DÉBUT“ LE TOUR DE FRANCE FEMMES & CANYON//SRAM RACING

The latest edition of the Collected Collection is now available: Collected 004. The 44 page newspaper is deep dive into the world of the Tour de Femme, closely following the Canyon SRAM racing team as they battle their way through the stages of the first ever Tour de France Femmes. In 1903, the first Tour de France edition was promoted by Henri Desgrange’s newspaper L’Auto. Almost 120 years later, this newspaper is a quote, a tribute to the first Tour de France Femmes, to cycling and to the idea of the Grande Boucle.

Each Collected catalogue edition comes with a different emotional adventure into the world of Tino Pohlmann‘s work.

Find some more information to the published catalogue editions and exhibitions below.

_arena
Collected 001

_arena

_a r e n a is Pohlmann’s hommage to the last true arena. A battleground where the spectator can experience one of the world’s greatest sporting events, the Tour de France.
_galibier
Collected 002

_galibier

"My first trip to the Col du Galibier was certainly one of my biggest moments. When I think back to how I stood beneath that mountain — surrounded by the infinite beauty of the valley and the road running through it — it still gives me goosebumps to this day." - Tino Pohlmann
_le minéral du tour
Collected 003

LE MINÉRAL DU TOUR

"It has high points, points of common ground, and rallying points where the champions face off against each other through the ages, in a rendezvous with History.“ - Philippe Brunel
Selected Prints
Collected
SKU: 128

Arena Book

64 pages, 16 x 24 cm

soft-cover, stitched binding

25,00 

0702/1000 Available
SKU: 126

Alpe d´Huez, 2018

Archival Pigment Print, 50 cm x 40 cm
Edition 10+2 EA
Signed and numbered by the artist
Frame, wood, anthracite, mirogard museums glass

750,00 

09/10 Available