< >

LUIS DOS SANTOS

The colours of life

  • 1. Formato
  • 2. Finitura
  • 3. Cornice

Scelta del formato

Scelta della finitura

Totale : Senza cornice

nel formato

Scelta della cornice

Totale :

nel formato
Edizione limitata di 145,00$ 92,50$ a 4.600,00$ ULTIME COPIE : FINO A -60%

Formati scontati: CLASSIC, FORMATO LARGE, FORMATO GIANT

Scegli il formato, la finitura e la cornice

Dettagli dell'opera

OPZIONI DI CONSEGNA

Disponibile in galleria
Ritiralo immediatamente in una galleria
Consegna in galleria
meno di 10 giorni, Gratis
Consegna a domicilio
meno di 7 giorni, Gratis
Consegna a domicilio, Collector, Giant, Exception
meno di 7 giorni, Gratis

MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI SULLA CONSEGNA

L'artista

Born in Portugal, photographer Luis dos Santos expressed a strong attachment for the fine arts very early on. In 2008, he started to focus on photography in particular, thanks to the advent of digital and post-production image techniques. These technological advances also enabled his camera's abilities to be surpassed and enabled him to strike a perfect balance between realism and abstraction. He considers this medium as a pastime that he easily combines with his professional activity. Passionate about architecture, the photographer sources inspiration from urban environments, in which he seeks to capture dynamism and majesty, whether they are historical or contemporary. From his home in Berlin, Luis dos Santos travels abroad in order to capture new and original constructions. He has participated in numerous international exhibitions, and his images are also highly appreciated and commentated online on specialised blogs.  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

Tutte le sue fotografie

Sull'opera

On the surface, we discover verticals and horizontals, vanishing points that are combined in order to give rise to a great sense of depth. The architectural structures seem infinitely reproduced while colourful openings rhythm the overall view. Verging on abstraction, the uniformity of the façades and the almost perfect symmetry confer an inhuman aspect to this modern construction located right in the heart of Tokyo. Luis dos Santos is passionate about contemporary monumental forms. He admires the great builders, such as Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Ieoh Ming Pei or Mies van der Rohe, to name but a few. The photographer's secret also resides in the use of the "High Dynamic Range" (HDR) technique enabling the range of tonalities between the darkest and lightest zones to be mastered, in order to create photographs with optimal exposure based on a series of shots.

Dettagli dell'opera

Data delo scatto

17 luglio 2015

Soggetto dell'opera

FOTOGRAFIA ARTISTICA EDIZIONE LIMITATA

 
Paris, New York, Tokyo...

Più di 90 gallerie in tutto il mondo per scoprire le nostre collezioni e ottenere i preziosi consigli dei nostri galleristi

Trovare una galleria

 
Edizione limitata e numerata

Tutte le fotografie sono accompagnate da un certificato di autenticità in edizione limitata e numerata

Scoprire

 
 
Disegni in qualità di galleria

Delle stampe analogiche realizzate dal nostro laboratorio professionale sotto la supervisione degli artisti.

Il nostro laboratorio

Ritiro GRATUITO in galleria

Imballaggi sicuri, scambi e resi gratuiti

Scoprire

I nostri artisti pià importanti

LDKPHOTO

This 40 year old photographer is an architect by profession. There are signs of this in his work as it is first of all a reflection on contemporary cities and more specifically about the proliferation of modern urban space. Laurent Dequick's purpose is to accurately convey an imp...

THIBAUD POIRIER

Born to expatriate parents, Thibaud Poirier spent his childhood in many cities around the globe, but out of Houston, Montreal, Buenos Aires, and Tokyo, it was the latter that has influenced him the most: “I discovered architecture there, in particular by Tadao Ando, and it became...

LUDWIG FAVRE

Born in Senlis in 1976, Ludwig Favre now lives and works in Paris. Art history, multimedia and audiovisual studies, but also the transmission of a passion between a father and his son were the means that trained the photographer’s eye, sensitive to the reproduction of picturesque...