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BlockHead - Limited Edition of 10 Photograph

Marco Caramello


Photography, Black & White on Canvas

Size: 31.5 W x 47.2 H x 0.8 D in

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Limited Edition of 10 Canvas of this size. Other limited editions might be issued with same original photo but in different size and/or material. Maximum total of 30 pieces of this artworks might be issued considering all types and formats and materials. Architectural Fine Art Photography and Street Photography are emphasized by the use of black and white.The 3 minutes long exposure with the use of 10 stop ND filter allowed me to catch the clouds' motion and enhance the contrast between the static of the object (human made) and the dynamic of nature where everything changes and evolves. The sunset light helped me to get higher contrasts that could better reveal the strong geometrical aspect of the building. The view from the bottom helps to give majesty aspect to the subject. The use of canvas with wooden support allows to have a relative light artwork with big dimensions and a nice compromise between good visual impact maintaining the correct opacity with no reflection. Photography published on FEM – Fine EYE Magazine in March 2020

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Photography:Black & White on Canvas

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:20

Size:31.5 W x 47.2 H x 0.8 D in

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Marco Caramello is a photographer involved also in conceptual artworks. His idea of space is emphasized by an unconventional use of the light that enhances the subject. Photography is a rapid and powerful form of communication that allows to "write" and then "communicate" through the use of light which becomes the main tool capable of giving character and perspective to any subject. Although based on real subjects, his works reveal a plot in which Reality and Imagination intertwine, without therefore trespassing on a metaphor. To achieve this, the artist draws his sources between physics and technology, without forgetting that everything shall be guided by instinct and emotions. As he describes it “Photography is a perfect mean to capture an ephemeral moment and transform it in something capable of evoking emotions forever”. Taking inspiration from his own personal life, in the artworks always echoes something related to our everyday life, often connected to the environment that surrounds him. These are particular situations that would go unnoticed in the original context, but that takes a very special dimension when reinterpreted by him. In constant search for new approaches to "read the city", as he likes to say, Marco Caramello thus creates artworks based on innovative lighting effects. By changing the rules and playing with light in an unpredictable ways the objects of our everyday life undergo a transmutation. As an artist, the portrait was a starting point in his growth and always remains present even when there are not necessarily human subjects. Everything in nature, landscape, man-made objects or architectural constructions can be highlighted and enhanced as in a portrait, it is only a matter of waiting for the optimal conditions and play with unusual or unconventional points of views. The artist seems to decompose the subject and then offers a very personal interpretation that frees him from the historical reality that surrounds him. The peculiarity of the style allows to establish a strong link between the public and the author. The possibility of a dual interpretation, often amplified by the emotions, contributes to involve the viewer through a subtle message based on what you see and, even more, on what you perceive but you cannot necessarily see. This vision represents his personal interpretation of Henri Cartier-Bresson's quote “To photograph: it is to put on the same line of sight the head, the eye and the heart.

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