mymodernmet: “ Broken Mirror / Evening Sky is a stunning series by New York-based photographer Bing Wright, who creates breathtaking images of sunsets seen through shattered mirrors. - mymodernmet: Broken Mirror / Evening Sky is a.
Sally Mann was born in Lexington, May 1, 1951. she is one of the most famous photographer of U.S.. She has got numerous awards, including awards of the National Foundation for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Guggenheim grants.
This is a photographic image, showing what happens when Apples decay. The use of dark background, dark lighting and dark surface that contrasts with the green decaying apple emphasises a sort of death theme in this image. As decay symbolises death.
Fairytale Portraits Blur Lines Between Reality and Fiction
Mind-Blowing Theories That Will Change Your Perception of the World" The Alice in Wonderland esk picture caught my attention with the use of fading in areas and the mirror, but then the article held it. The theories really are mind blowing.
" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona. A series of portraits whose face was disfigured by a rubber band wrapped tightly around the subject's head reflects " the distortion of our identity when we are desperately trying to fit into a perfect mold that is not ours. An endless quest and need to be what we are not. "
Most parents fear the safety of their child, but what if their child was a danger to themselves. Self harm is a very important issue and using photography and my artwork I feel I could really address the issue.
Artist Mary Lum strolls around the city photographing the urban environment—buildings, railings, stairwells, and other architectural details. She then deconstructs these photos and collages them with acrylic paint, creating dynamic, unique spaces for viewers to occupy and explore. At the deCordova Biennial, Lum’s images left me feeling both exhilarated and disoriented, as though I were in a dream where the environment was familiar, yet not quite right. What is fact and what is fiction?