AMPLIANDO EL PANORAMA – FOTOS QUE VEMOS Y CÓMO LAS VEMOS
AMPLIANDO EL PANORAMA
FOTOS QUE VEMOS Y CÓMO LAS VEMOS
“Each portrait in the series emerged from something real: an image or video posted online, quite likely without the subject’s consent. From there, Baden recreates the scenes with models.” Evan Baden’s “Technically Intimate” Series of Portraits Exploring Online Intimacy. Juxtapoz.com 2015
“The grid structure of the windows frame the quotidian activities of the neighbors, forming images which are puzzling, endearing, theatrical and often seem to mimic art history, from Delacroix to Vermeer. (…)” THE NEIGHBORS. Arnesvenson.com 2017
“The exhibition is titled Public, Private, Secret, and it will focus on the idea of privacy in today’s online society. Specifically, the exhibit is meant to make viewers question how much their self-concept is directly linked to their level of visibility in the public eye.” Melanie Rosenblatt, Public, Private, Secret: The Interaction between Photography and Today’s Internet World. Juxtapoz.com 2016
“The 3D images, which are viewed through old-fashioned cardboard 3D glasses, have a capacity to draw viewers in so they feel as if they’re sharing the same physical space as Tancic’s North Korean subjects.” Jean Dykstra, Matjaz Tancic: 3DPRK: Portraits of North Korea at happylucky no.1. Photographmag.com 2017.