Munich Pattern, the German minimalism of Felix Meyer

Munich Pattern, the German minimalism of Felix Meyer

Giulia Ficicchia · 5 years ago · Photography

A famous commercial suggested to take off from the protagonist everything, but not that particular model of watch. In this case, I would rephrase it this way: take off me everything, but not minimal photography.

To let you understand better I take as an example one of the last photographic series of Felix Meyer, that, as its title Munich Pattern suggests, is pure minimalism of course, but also it’s dedicated to the city of Munich. Seats become a pattern, running tracks are described just with lines, windows tell us about the facades of the buildings: if the artist hadn’t helped us, we wouldn’t have thought that the places we can see in the photos are from a particular city of Germany. But at the end the observer doesn’t care so much, the photographs are elegant, ordered, few colors but quite vivid ones and they capture its attention.

Who needs watches, when you can have photographs like these ones?

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Michelle De Rose takes us into her emotional world

Michelle De Rose takes us into her emotional world

Claudia Fuggetti · 5 years ago · Photography

Michelle De Rose is a Romanian photographer who with her works takes us to a fantastic universe, made up of an emotional poetic, ingenuity and lightness. She is interested in describing and capturing emotions through evocative portraits, sometimes even surreal, to get to the heart of her viewers and conquer them.

The beauty of diversity, singular and unrepeatable, which is not shown by traditional media, finds space in Michelle’s works: the physical peculiarities of albinos, those women who are never considered models by society and fragility make up an “attractive strangeness”, which celebrates the different as a supreme manifestation of beauty. Imperfection is a sign of humanity, diversity is beauty: preserving humanity makes us stronger.

The photography that “unveils the inner emotions” captures all the expressive nuances of the faces and impresses them with poetry.

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Waterwall, the Impressionist photos by Nick Schleich

Waterwall, the Impressionist photos by Nick Schleich

Giulia Guido · 5 years ago · Photography

Sometimes the world seen through the lens is more beautiful. This is the case of the Waterwall series by the American artist and photographer Nick Schleich.

In these photographs, showing tourists outside the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia, the reality is subjected to a double filter. The first is that of the camera, the second is the glass, behind which Nick has positioned himself to shoot. To make his work even more special was the water that flowed on the glass, like a waterfall, making the final result similar to Monet’s paintings.

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Appearance of Things: life and death in Jocelyn Lee’s photography

Appearance of Things: life and death in Jocelyn Lee’s photography

Claudia Fuggetti · 5 years ago · Photography

Jocelyn Lee is a New York photographer, on her website she introduces her shots with a quote from the French philosopher Maurice Merlau-Pony:

“Visible and mobile, my body is a thing among things; it’s caught in the fabric of the world, and its cohesion is that of a thing. But, because it moves itself and sees, it holds things in a circle around itself.”

The protagonist represented in the photographic project “The Appearance of Things” is the life cycle, which describes the stages of birth, flowering and death; but the true essence of his story is the totality of nature, of which the human being is a part. The artist adds about her project:

“Attempts to access this tactile and optical experience and explores how we are enmeshed in an embodied and ephemeral world. All life, including our human form and being, passes through stages of birth, blossoming and death.”

All of us are in fact trapped within the landscape: the women in her photographs are naturally engulfed in the natural context and convey a great sense of freedom.

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Tim Walker will held a solo exhibition in London

Tim Walker will held a solo exhibition in London

Claudia Fuggetti · 5 years ago · Photography

The personal exhibition of famous fashion photographer Tim Walker will be held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London: at this museum in 2019, there will be many interesting initiatives dedicated to the fashion world and all that revolves around this. It starts with a retrospective on Dior, with more than 500 items and very rare high fashion items on display: it is estimated that it will be an event on par, if not superior, to the incredible exhibition on McQueen, Savage Beauty, of 2015. In addition, it will be a retrospective of the miniskirt inventor, Mary Quant, who will focus on the years between 1955 and 1975.

The personal exhibition dedicated to the photographer Tim Walker will be the last moment of these events dedicated to fashion, in fact, the artist is the creator of original aesthetic visual codes, that for over 25 years has taken the faces of fashion with an unmistakable style.

Waiting for more details about the event, we enjoy Tim’s incredible talent in our gallery, stay tuned!

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