Description

The photographs are fine art printed in a cotton paper. They are sign by the artist in the retro. The price doesn't include the frame that is specifically made for this work with a high level glass (the price of the framed artwork is 300 euros excluded taxes if applicable).

This selection has vegetation as its subject, represented following the formal and minimal canons that we have already found in the previous photographs. We find ourselves in China, in different areas of the vast territory.

With these images Filippo Bosso does not offer us realistic representations of nature. Rather, the author focuses on capturing the perfection of the subject, extracting the essential lines that define its shapes to show us otherwise hidden beauties. Starting from the guiding image of the exhibition, we find a pond with the now faded lotus plants, with a muffled almost pictorial rendering. Followed by water lilies, bamboo plants, very important both culturally and materially in China, other aquatic plants, papyrus, ginkgo. Finally, even in this series, a single image somehow reconnects us to man, namely that of the bonsai.

The stylistic research of these photographs, aimed at the abstraction of the subjects, allows us to focus on the purity of the forms, in a vision of nature that reflects the aesthetic sensitivity of the author.

Filippo Bosso

Lotus, Anhui, China

  • Medium
    Photography
  • Year
    2013
  • Size

    8.3 × 11.7 × 0.4 in

    21 × 29.7 × 1 cm

  • Material
    Fine Art Printing on cotton paper (unframed)
  • Price
    € 250
  • Edition
    Edition of 5

Description

The photographs are fine art printed in a cotton paper. They are sign by the artist in the retro. The price doesn't include the frame that is specifically made for this work with a high level glass (the price of the framed artwork is 300 euros excluded taxes if applicable).

This selection has vegetation as its subject, represented following the formal and minimal canons that we have already found in the previous photographs. We find ourselves in China, in different areas of the vast territory.

With these images Filippo Bosso does not offer us realistic representations of nature. Rather, the author focuses on capturing the perfection of the subject, extracting the essential lines that define its shapes to show us otherwise hidden beauties. Starting from the guiding image of the exhibition, we find a pond with the now faded lotus plants, with a muffled almost pictorial rendering. Followed by water lilies, bamboo plants, very important both culturally and materially in China, other aquatic plants, papyrus, ginkgo. Finally, even in this series, a single image somehow reconnects us to man, namely that of the bonsai.

The stylistic research of these photographs, aimed at the abstraction of the subjects, allows us to focus on the purity of the forms, in a vision of nature that reflects the aesthetic sensitivity of the author.

Filippo Bosso

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