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MICHAL KARCZ

To the Threshold of Silence II

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Michal Karcz was born in 1977 in Warsaw, Poland. In 1997, he graduated from the High School of Art in Warsaw and then from Advertising School. It was at this time that his interest for photography grew. He therefore studied all the techniques : traditional, darkroom, negative developing, analogue printing… Most of his work is an imaginary journey to places which don't exist, places which figure in his dreams, his desires and his imagination, worlds which he wants to explore but which are far away from here.Many artists inspire him through music and literature which are for him, the two most accurate means of expression for what he creates. He currently works successfully as a freelance photographer and graphic designer in his own studio.« Since the world exists I will not stop dreaming in my pictures. Never close your eyes on beauty. » MKwww.michalkarcz.com  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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Most of my work is like a trip to places that do not exist - places of my dreams, desire, imagination and fears.

MICHAL KARCZ

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Polish photographer Michal Karcz considers his art to be a means of escaping daily life by attempting to attain the height of tranquillity. Inspired in particular by the brooding and melodic music of Steve Roach, his ambient electronic sounds, similar to ?new age? music, helps him to perceive distant imaginary worlds. His photographs represent vast mountainous spaces traversed by atmospheric lights, which encourage a sense of calm bliss for the viewer. While these images are composed using real landscapes, captured in the Polish mountain ranges of Tatras or Bieszczady, but also in the Canary Islands, the artist enjoys combining them in post-production, reappropriating reality. In so doing, he encourages the spectator to penetrate a phantasmagorical environment, perfect for spiritual escapism.

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18 marzo 2015

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