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ANDO FUCHS

THE BLACK CAT PART 2

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Specialising in black and white, Ando Fuchs often creates melancholy or mysterious photos. Here, however, we smile at this cat sitting under a tree, seemingly meditating, contemplating the valley, lost in its thoughts while emanating a supreme sense of serenity. In the photo of the cat and bird, you will note the accentuation of the protagonists, whose black silhouettes stand out starkly in the landscape bathed in light. Is the cat dreaming of flying like a bird? Each spectator can imagine their conversation.

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Ando Fuchs is purely self-taught. In his professional life pre-photography, as in his photography career, he has never taken classes or enrolled in courses. Emotional experience is the best of schools: “Instead of asking myself which camera or lens I use, tell me what you feel when you look at the photo,” he likes to say. Born in 1966 in Tyrol, he lost his parents at a tender age and was raised by an adoptive family in this mountainous region between Austria and Italy. In his early forties, he started photography without any particular project or well-defined style. It was on his first trip to Venice that he understood that black-and-white and street photography would become his preferred modes. Humans are always central to his work and the slices of life that he captures in each photo. While he does not affirm any key influences, he appreciates the photos of Sebastio Salgado, Ansel Adam, and Helmut Newton. Today, when he is not out on assignment, he resides in his hometown of Tyrol and his work is regularly shown in Italy, Austria, or Germany.  ... See more See less

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