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- Moody, cinematic, timeless — these black and white photos of New York evoke another era and a noirish sensibility, but they were all made within the past two years.
- Cinematic and darkly captured: a wordless story told with mysterious images creates a moody suggestion of a flâneur within the contemporary urban fabric of the European continent.
- Cinematic, moody yet fresh: a European-wide art project which aims to celebrate the idea of the flâneur within the contemporary urban fabric of the continent.
- While the self portrait has fascinated artists since the very earliest periods, the use of the shadow in such works is almost exclusively owned by the photographic medium—this series takes full advantage of this fact, melding photographer and landscape into a seamless, integrated whole.
- Italian photographer Giacomo Brunelli defines his work as animal-focused street photography. Critic Alison Nordström writes: “These pictures are timeless and uncanny, powerful in their ordinariness, and emotionally much bigger than their simple subjects.”
- Brunelli uses his distinct film-noir style to create evocative close-cropped silhouettes of people and animals against the backdrop of London’s streets and landmarks.
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