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Eva-Maria RAAB


The present of the past directly inscribed on light-sensitive paper and set in a frame. I capture what is fleeting and use cyanotypes to ask questions about the essence of nature and its transience. My photographic experiments capture the soul of nature in a direct and pure manner. Since 2015, I have been exploring elementary questions about the creation of an image and the possibility of capturing ephemeral phenomena using the photographic printing process of cyanotype.

negative and positive

light and shadow

visible and invisible

water and ground

panta rhei.


Eva-Maria Raab (*1983) is an Austrian artist based in Vienna and Lower Austria. She graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris (2010) and the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (2007).

Raab’s work has been shown in numerous exhibitions throughout Austria (Museum Krems), France (Fondation Manuel Rivera-Ortiz 2022 and 2023 in Arles, Paris) Switzerland (Photobastei Zurich), Sweden, Australia (RMIT School of Art Gallery) and Germany (Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen). In 2014, she received the Culture Award of Lower Austria in the category of media art; her work is part of public and private art collections such as the Graphic Collection of the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, the Swiss Foundation for Photography, Winterthur, the collection of the federal chancellery of Austria, the Lower and Upper Austrian Art Collection, and the SpallART Collection.


“It‘s all about the river and the essence of the flow.”

"A gust of wind that sets the ears of corn in the field in motion - nothing and yet part of the sum of our existence."


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