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George Kollar's series of photographs, "Mannequin Reflection," are not double exposures and are not digitally enhanced.
These photographs are layers of reality, pure examples of photographic seeing that reveal a unique depth of field.
The emanation of mannequin and reflection, light and form, presents a new and unusual visual language through chance juxtapositions that lifts the veil on constructed reality and representation.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Arte y fotografía
Cuadrado pequeño, 18×18 cm
- Fecha de publicación feb. 08, 2011
- Etiquetas George Kollar, Pittsburgh arts, Black and White Photography, Palm Beach, light and dark, depth of field, Photography, Pittsburgh, mannequins, reflection, layering, reality, representation
Photographer George Kollar is a native of Johnstown who lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His relationship with photography spans four decades. A graduate of Ivy School of Art, Kollar has always used photography to reflect his personal experiences. He records what he feels and joys over accidential discoveries. Subject, composition, and print quality has given his photographs an honest impact. Kollar is an active member of Associated Artists, Pittsburgh Society of Artists, and Silver Eye Center of Photography. Many of his award winning photos have been shown regionally and nationally.