FRAN FORMAN

WOMAN WITH SELFIE

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De kunstenaar

Fran Forman studies graphic design at the University of Boston. At the time, she already spent most of her time in the darkroom. Despite her love of photography, she initially worked as a graphic designer. Branding, print, book covers, web design… She illustrated all kinds of projects, thus learning the emotional power of images. In her spare time, between her career and her family, she continues to invest in personal art projects and is notably passionate about collages and photomontage. She combines her talents as an illustrator and photographer with her passion for surrealism, creating original and poetic artworks. At first, she exercised her passion through paste and scissors then, from 1991 with the advent of the digital age, using digital tools. Today, Fran Forman devotes herself entirely to her art and enjoys extraordinary international fame. Her artworks belong to the permanent collections of numerous museums in the United States, Norway, and Northern Ireland and also travel the world in touring exhibitions. Eminently poetic, her creations form a dreamlike world made of illusions and mystery. Her personal touch? A harmonious composition and an explosion of colours, light and shade. Every image is a journey. She captivates spectators and engages them in an original experience. Loaded with visual suggestions, the American artist’s photographs invite audiences to invent their own story by engaging their own memories.  ... Lees verder Less minder

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Als souvenir van de toekomst doet "Woman with Selfie" de grenzen tussen fotografie en renaissancekunst vervagen. Fran Forman, een Amerikaanse kunstenares bekend om haar fotomontages, manipuleert hier onze perceptie door hedendaagse patronen te mengen met een historisch decor. Naast compositie en fotografie legt zij zich toe op het reproduceren van de verlichting en emotionele resonantie van de grote schilders van de renaissance door het bewerken van haar foto's.

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Datum waarop de foto is gemaakt

06 december 2019

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