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Myoung Ho Lee – ‘Tree’

Myoung Ho Lee‘ s “Tree” – a beautiful meditation exploring ideas on nature, art, reality and how we perceive the world.

We are accustomed to perceiving trees as an everyday form but South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee show us how to appreciate their aesthetic. With a 4×5 camera and a blank canvas behind diverse species of real trees, he separated them from the environment and framed them in a space to allow us to concentrate fully at their beauty in details.

Myoung Ho Lee, Tree, photography

Myoung Ho Lee – Tree

 

Ellie Davies – ‘Between the Trees’

Ellie Davies‘s series ‘Between the Trees‘ in searching the answer ‘What is a forest?’

“A forest is a meeting place between those who enter it and something unnameable and attendant… Something intangible and within touching distance. Neither silent nor audible… The mist fills the gaps to draw us into the spaces between.”

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Ellie Davies – Between the Trees

 

Laurent Chéhère – ‘Flying Houses’

Laurent Chéhère series ‘Flying Houses‘ is inspired by a poetic vision of old Paris, mainly by its poor and cosmopolitan neighborhoods. The author isolates these buildings of their urban context and releases them from the anonymity of the street to tell the life, the dreams and the hopes of these inhabitants.He gives some keys, but these flying houses remain open to the interpretation, it’s finally the observer who will make his own way.

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Laurent Chéhère – Flying Houses

 

Françoise et Daniel Cartier – ‘Someday’

Françoise et Daniel Cartier – series of photograms ‘Someday

“Combining an archaic photographic technique with objects that are part and parcel of contemporary life and modern consumer society, Swiss artistic duo put them in a rose-pink color of varying degrees of transparency, each boasting an aura of its own. While present in the traces, indeed almost tangible marks, they leave on the paper, they are at the same time absent, slowly fading away in the manner of an afterimage behind closed eyelids.” Martin Gasser Curator / Swiss Foundation for Photography, 2003

Françoise et Daniel Cartier, photograms,  Someday

Françoise et Daniel Cartier – Someday