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Matthias Forster

Chongqing 2

Chongqing 2

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Limited Editions

A3 - 1/250
A2 - 1/100
A1 - 1/50
30 x 30cm - 1/250
40 x 40cm - 1/100
50 x 50cm - 1/50
30 x 40cm - 1/250
40 x 50cm - 1/100
60 x 80 cm - 1/50
70 x 100cm - 1/25
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  • Limited Edition and Certificate

    Every print series is available in limited editions in each size. Each print comes with a unique certificate of authenticity from the artist by Artdoc Photography Gallery. It provides the name of the image, the edition number, production date, certificate number and a hologram authentication patch that is matched by a unique number on both the print and certificate.

  • Framed Prints

    Our framed prints are available in the colours white, black & oak. The classical frames are made of wood and there will be added a white border to your print. The artwork will fit in the frame, so it is ready to be hung on your wall. The photographic art prints are printed on one of the most beautiful and high quality papers on the market, Hahnemühle Bamboo.

Matthias Forster

Curious and eager to experiment, Matthias Forster moves between the different fields of photography and visual art. He works on long-term projects and in the fields of architecture, people and still life. His visual language is characterised by clarity, originality and playfulness in dealing with light, form and colour. As a curious person, he does not follow a clear concept, but his instinct. In his work, he is particularly interested in the traces and legacies of man, and deals with the tension between chaos and order. With his sharp observations, he makes visible the everyday that is often overlooked.


Matthias Forster is a photographer and visual artist based in Zurich, Switzerland. Even as a child, Matthias' favourite means of expression were crayons and a camera. After studying architecture, gaining experience in various architectural offices and travelling extensively, he studied photography at the Lucerne School of Journalism (maz). His work has been shown in various exhibitions in Switzerland and Europe.

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  • Returns

    Straight returns are not accepted as these are limited edition prints and are printed by order. In the rare event that your framed print arrives with any kind of damage, we will gladly replace it for you completely free of charge.

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