Domes
Palazzetto dello Sport
Sant’Ivo Domes
Palazzetto dello Sport
Sant’Ivo

Domes

Palazzetto dello Sport

Sant’Ivo

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On Wim Wenders

I have always felt that urban photography without the presence of people ironic, yet powerful. It makes the viewers question why the space contains no people and use their imaginations to discover a response. The large prints, in combination with the text, allow the audience to climb into the situation of the photographer. The photos are more than just a simple documentation of the situation; they seem to glow with a sort of mysteriousness that draws the viewer to question the situation itself.

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On Nan Goldin

Nan Goldin photographs her subjects in a way that intrudes deeply into their lives. Through her exploration of innate human desires, she finds parallels with ideas presented long ago in the forms of paintings and photos she had previously taken. This overlapping of the way the human body is portrayed through time is intriguing, providing a conjecture that despite changes in media, presentation has remained similar.

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On Marco Delogu

Marco Delogu uses a tilt shift lens to capture the majority of the work. By tilting the sensor as well, interesting affects could be created such as keeping the face in focus while the rest of the body is not.Through playing with the tilt of the lens and sensor, each image is specifically calculated and exact.

Portraits.
Model: Jennifer Wang Portraits.
Model: Jennifer Wang Portraits.
Model: Jennifer Wang Portraits.
Model: Jennifer Wang Portraits.
Model: Jennifer Wang

Portraits.

Model: Jennifer Wang

On Akihiko Miyoshi

Akihiko Miyoshi’s use of depth of field accomplishes effects that seem as though they were created through post production. Each photo has two subjects: himself and the object he is photographing.

Through simple geometric shapes and colours, he creates a hazy view on the world, making the audience question what is the meaning behind his work. The inclusion of his self in the photographs provide viewers with something to ground the work on. The abstractions are no longer fully abstract, and the play between what is in focus makes us wonder whether it is the abstraction he wants us to turn our attention towards or him as a subject under the “filters” of abstraction.