ANTTI VIITALA

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Der Künstler

He is one of those talented artists whose vocation was revealed very early on. A child prodigy, the Finnish Antti Viitala was only fourteen when he tried to create his first images through the viewfinder of his camera. He started his career as an assistant to major advertising and fashion photographers, before roaming the world himself in search of grandiose panoramas. With no geographical constraints, he criss-crossed the globe on his travels from Iceland to South Africa, pondering the power of nature. The elegant Seascapes series documents the autumnal storms on the South African beach of Cape Town, in a minimalist style. Preferring to work on site and in natural lighting, the photographic approach of Antti Vittala pays tribute to the artisans of the past. He combines the inspiration of the old masters with a savvy mastery of new technologies, enabling him to capture the movements of the water and sky in their most subtle textures and hues.  ... Mehr sehen Weniger sehen

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The horizon is always placed in the middle of the frame to emphasize the minimalist approach.

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From a lion emitting a full-throated roar to the sly gaze of a rhinoceros threatened with extinction, the Creatures by Finnish photographer Antti Viitala present us with some of the most majestic portraits of wildlife today. The series, exclusively shot in black and white, divorces wild animals from their context in order to highlight their bestiality in its most pure form. Favouring the use of high-performance zooms, Antti Viitala manages to capture the minutest details of his subjects. He thus reveals stylised work in black and white presenting the patterns in the texture of the skin. Through simplified lighting, the spectator can hone in on the essential elements without the colour detracting from them, and thus discovers these animals from a new perspective. Whether it be their expressive eyes or aggressive jawlines, we marvel at the beauty and power of this threatened wildlife, which the photographer lovingly pays tribute to.

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01 Januar 2016

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