COVERED CARS

CVRD

by Karin Apollonia Müller and Peter Nitsch

Los Angeles | Bangkok

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CVRD
by Karin Apollonia Müller and Peter Nitsch. A 1/1 collection of 66 covered cars photographs.
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CVRD
by Karin Apollonia Müller and Peter Nitsch. A 1/1 collection of 66 covered cars photographs.
View on OpenSea
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Karin Apollonia Müller and Peter Nitsch, both German lens-based artists, have been photographing covered cars over the last couple of years. Müller in Los Angeles, California, Nitsch in Bangkok, Thailand. Müller uses an ethereal palette of muted tones during daylight to sunset whereas Nitsch makes use of the nightly silence of colored spotlights and vibrant fluorescent street lights. Müller consequently horizontal, Nitsch consequently vertical.

Both positions go beyond a typological approach in the sense of the german traditional Becher school fostering an attitude of detached observation and striking picture detail. They both explore the nexus of cultural understanding and the allure of the unknown and hidden, mystery and certainty, conspiracy and truth.

Public supply on OpenSea
from October 16

1/1 collection of 66 photographs minted on the blockchain
33 photographs by Karin Apollonia Müller
33 photographs by Peter Nitsch

Pre-sale prices until October 16:
Tier 1 sold out!
Tier 2: 0.28 ETH
Tier 3: 0.40 ETH

🏁  How it works:
1/ You may place a bid on OS (as many as you like)
2/ We will accept your bid – you cannot be outbid during the presale until October 16
3/ We will accept offers of 0.28 ETH for Tier 2 and 0.40 ETH for Tier 3

Tier 2 bid 0.28 ETH
🔗  Click to make your Tier 2 bid on OpenSea here

Tier 3 bid 0.40 ETH:
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Public sale from October 16:
Tier 2: 0.38 ETH
Tier 3: 0.50 ETH
Grail: 0.95 ETH
Trophy: 5.5 ETH

Thanks to our partners Deca, Obscura, Jenny Metarverse, Photo Verso and Drawlights.

Minted on the blockchain on our own Manifold contract

Tier ranks

It was not easy to curate a final selection from all the thousand images we had. Each selected image convinces in its own complexity and uniqueness. It was even more difficult to classify the images into price categories. So we decided on a formal aspect which is: “Rarity aspect”. For example Tier 3 has more rarities than Tier 2. We see a covered motorcycle or a Porsche with an open trunk, a woolen cover or a black cover and so on. The Grails and Trophies are perhaps our personal diamonds. There is something distinctive and unspoken about them – maybe thats what these make them even more rare.

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NFTs

Karin Apollonia Müller

karinapolloniamueller.com

Collections

Whitney-Museum, New York, USA
MOMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
SF MOMA, San Francisco, CA, USA
New School, New York, USA
New York Library, New York, USA
LACMA Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, USA
George Eastman House, Rochester, USA
Photography Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, USA
Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada, USA
OBERLIN Museum/Ohio, USA
IFA , Berlin, Germany
FRAC, Paris, France
Sohohouse, London, GB

Monographs

2001 Angels in Fall, Kruse Publishers, Germany
2009 On Edge, Nazraeli Press, California, USA
2011 TC, Nazraeli Press, California, USA
2014 Gate, Selfpublished, Edition of 10

CVRD, Los Angeles

Trophy

Grail

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1

Peter Nitsch

peternitsch.com

Collections

OBSCURA Museum within 6529 Museum District, Metaverse
Pinakothek der Moderne, München, Germany
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
Jenny Metaverse Dao

Lifetime-Member Royal Photographic Society Bangkok, Thailand
RAW Dao

Monographs

2021 Tango in the Big Mango, Hatje Cantz, Germany
2007 Shophouses – 4 x 8 m Bangkok, RUPA, Thailand
2006 Bangkok – Urban Identities, RUPA, Thailand

CVRD, Bangkok

Trophy

Grail

Tier 3

Tier 2

Tier 1