Myro Wulff

Like nothing else in the universe, Myro Wulff as a photographer has put his time into the conquest of mastering all the techniques, perfection and precisions of photography—in order to satiate his curiosity, explore freely, and test the boundaries of the practice. Much like the belief that you have to know all the rules very well before you can know which ones to bend or break.

How am I not Myself 01, 2020

Edition of 5+AP

150w x 200h cm

Inkjet Print on enhanced Matte Paper on aluminium

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£ 2,800.00 

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Myro was born in Germany but first moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins up until he graduated in 2009. After his graduation, Myro uprooted his life to New York where he began his photography career in the world of fashion photography. There, the long hours he had put in in the industry set to a fast-paced highly commercialized backdrop had rendered him familiar with all the technical knowledge and skills. The familiarity enabled Myro to be fluent in chasing precision and perfection albeit with the pace or pressure that he has to face by being in the industry.

Yet all the rules and restrictions never put out Myro’s playful spirit and curiosity. As of late, he has shifted his focus into exploring limitations and boundaries of the practice of photography, and how he can go beyond them. On his current pursuit of a Masters’ Degree in Photography at the Royal College of Art in London, Myro experiments with his own ideas and how he can shape them best, to sharpen the fluency of his own personal creative language.

How am I not Myself, Ruxi, 2020

Edition of 5+2AP

82w x 110h cm

Inkjet Print on enhanced Matte Paper mounted on aluminium

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£ 1,950.00 

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‘MY PRACTICE IS INTERESTED IN INTERROGATING FORMAL TRADITIONS IN PHOTOGRAPHY AND TESTING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC MEDIUM AND MATERIALS, AS WELL AS QUESTIONING WAYS OF SEEING. I AM DRIVEN BY A CURIOSITY ABOUT HUMAN AND MATERIAL ENCOUNTERS, AND THE COMBUSTION OF POSSIBILITIES THEY HOLD’


How am I not Myself, untitled, 2020

40w x 50h cm

Edition of 5+AP

C-Type Print Kodak endura gloss on archival paper

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Setting his foot now on the other end of the spectrum, away from the fast-paced precision-oriented world of commercial fashion photography, Myro is free to wander around with openness, playfulness, and experimentation at the base of his sole. These notions are a staple in his artistic and stylistic methodology as he tests the boundaries of photography, as Myro’s work is highly process-driven, with a compass of deep feeling and thinking with his blood.

This type of process opens up a portal to uncertainties—a location feared by most, and most forget that could lead to something beautiful if you approach it with flair, playfulness and a sense of detachment to let them be. Myro approaches uncertainties with the latter; making him, the bodies, and the many materials he engaged with in his experimentations share a certain rebellious streak, a refusal to behave predictably.

How am I not Myself, Zanaib, 2020

Edition of 5+AP

82w x 110h cm

Inkjet Print on enhanced Matte Paper mounted on aluminium

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£ 1,950.00 

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The acts of revolt then in turn created powerful subjective pieces that pushes the cages of specific interpretation being assigned to it, and lets the audience interpret it freely in million different ways.

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‘THE WORK ITSELF TAKES PLACE IN A SPACE OF UNCERTAINTY, IN WHICH I FACILITATE ENCOUNTERS BETWEEN MISBEHAVING BODIES AND MATERIALS’

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Myro was selected to be a part of the Travers Smith CSR Art Program 2021-2022 recently. On his journey as a fashion photographer, Myro’s clientele includes Interview Magazine, Vogue Germany, V Magazine, The Last Magazine and prestigious fashion houses such as Louis Vuitton, Trussardi, Hussein Chalayan and Caes.

Follow Myro Wulff on his instagram and website.

Artwork photographs courtesy of the artist. Portraits taken by Alina zum Hebel (website/ instagram). Photography courtesy of where’s the frame? and Alina zum Hebel.


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