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Cologne based food photographer KLAUS ARRAS received a Gold medal from the German Gastronomic Academy last autumn at Frankfurt Book Fair, for his cook book 'Piment', which is published by MATTHAES VERLAG. He aesthetically photographed the cuisine by Hamburg based Michelin star chef Wahabi Nouris. The photographer masterfully captured the culinary fusion between East and West in his pictures. The self-contained worlds of color, no-frills arrangements with delicate mood lighting and clear image st …25.02.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
XY - Die letzten Heldentaten am Herd. Koche nichts, wozu es keine Story gibt! (‘XY – the final heroic deeds on the cooker. Don’t cook anything that doesn’t come with a story) the cookbook was published in autumn by BECKERJOESTVOLK VERLAG and is illustrated with photographs by Cologne food photographer Klaus Arras. It pays homage to men in the kitchen outside of restaurant and hotel kitchens. As with all cookbook productions by Klaus Arras this book is photographed in …04.03.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Cologne-based food photographer Klaus Arras shot his second cookbook for the Matthaes Verlag, together with star chef Hans Horberth from the 'La Vision' in the Cologne Wasserturm building. The cookbook presents 'Culinary contrasts' - a dance of opposites unfolding across 300 pages. Chapters like land-sea, black-white, sweet-salty or hot-cold see culinary creations being created in a way they have never been served before. Hence, you can find such recipes as meagre/banana, salmon/chocolat …12.10.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Cologne-based food photographer Klaus Arras photographed “The Tomatobook” for Edel publishers in Hamburg. The idea emerged from a series of freelance food pictures dedicated to the Mediterranean subject that is the tomato. He showed the pictures to the editors at Edel, who were so excited that production started right away. The pictures are distinguished by his unique style: reduced compositions with purposeful and perceptively selected props, some of which were souvenirs from tri …13.09.2010 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article