Last month I had the opportunity to work on a shooting with model Genny BlackAngel, a nice and mysterious girl with Latin origins. This set is part of a personal project about human condition and sense of existence. Huge problems, urgent questioning, the sense of life is still an obscure and never-ending labyrinth to me. But the show must go on…
It’s strange, when I visit a museum my feelings are fighting and I fear of taking photographs (when it is allowed) and rarely I do it. I don’t like stealing visions so freely. But this time, at Tate Modern, something changed, or maybe it was just a matter of WHERE I was and WHAT I saw.
This time I wanted to capture the interaction between people and art pieces.
This picture is a perfect window on my photography dreams. I wanted to capture people standing, alone or not, inspired by certain cinematographic scenes, in order to represent the individuality of human beings even into a close group. And that’s the result.
Painting & sculpture linked.
Personally, I dislike the way photographs are exhibited into museums, but this is a long story…
Neon Art photography. Location: the fantastic and inspiring Tate Modern museum in London!
Beyond other themes and works, which will be published in the next few weeks, I decided to grab the souls of these pale lights, as showing a parallel world of sparkling elements.
Neon art is particularly appreciated in Russia and Eastern Europe countries. In Warsaw, Poland, you can even visit a Neon Museum.
And finally I tried to capture the swinging light tales of glowsticks bouncing into a disco cloud of smoke, dry ice and roaring music (below).