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Isabelle Huppert and Werner Schroeter

Instantanés by Arnaud Baumann

Isabelle Huppert and Werner Schroeter

Isabelle Huppert, born March 16, 1953 in Paris, is one of the most acclaimed actresses in French cinema. Making her debut in the 1970s, she quickly captivated audiences with her versatile talent and ability to embody complex roles.

Huppert has collaborated with such renowned directors as Claude Chabrol, Michael Haneke and Paul Verhoeven, making her mark in such films as “La Cérémonie”, “La Pianiste” and “Elle”, for which she received an Oscar nomination.

Her international career spans the theater to Hollywood, affirming her status as an icon of world cinema. Renowned for her strong screen presence and artistic commitment, Isabelle Huppert has won numerous awards, including several Césars, consolidating her place among the great contemporary actresses.


Werner Schroeter born April 7, 1945, died April 12, 2010, was a German film and stage director, known for his avant-garde approach and bold exploration of human emotions. Active in both film and theater, Schroeter began his career in the 1960s, making his mark with films such as “Der Tod der Maria Malibran” and “Palermo oder Wolfsburg”.

His frequent collaboration with actress Magdalena Montezuma was a defining feature of his work. Through a distinctive visual aesthetic and often provocative themes, Schroeter established his reputation as a visionary artist, winning international awards for his innovative and often emotionally charged works. His artistic legacy remains influential in the world of German auteur cinema.

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Edition Edition of 8
8 copies – Unique Size
Type of print FUJI METAL Print
Signature Signed and numbered on the back
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year of Creation 1991-1994
Fine Art Artist Arnaud Baumann
Series Instantanés