Many photographers are clear. Philip-Lorca diCorcia is not. His photos are staged and planned, and I found this splendid idea on Wikipedia :
His pictures have been described as “Rorschach-like”, since they can have a different interpretation depending on the viewer.
( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rorschach_test )
Zola said somewhere (about Manet), that behind a work of art he wants to be thinking about the man who did it (therefore the whys and the hows, etc). Isn’t it the case?
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Hyper-Realism painters are exhausting. Exhausting.
In front of this work, which is technically impressive and visually killing you, you wonder : How does he do that???
More realist than reality, right? There’s a “too much” thing here, and it’s also really gorgeous. In an awe : and it’s a good sign.
I chose 10 paintings for you :
It’s not the stairs, nor the metal. It’s because of the light behind…
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