Polish photographer Marci Klaban has a flair for composition. His food images commissioned by a Polish chef, Marta Gessler, reflect his eye for minimal, neat arrangements, as we’re confronted with culinary still lifes that elevate simple meals to a more high-end cuisine.
The photography of Ja Soon Kim is beautifully arranged and structured. Focusing on wild flora and fruit, the artist gathers dried leaves and flowers on one surface to capture the composition from above. Kim, also a yoga teacher and an art director, seems to know everything about balance.
Multidisciplinary photographer Sam Kaplan has captured everything from flowers to birthday candles, but his most interesting works are those that feature an abundance of mundane objects arranged repetitive arrangements.
Yvonne Lacet is a conceptual photographer that I was drawn to because I saw all of the photographs as huge canvas’ on the interior of a home. Simple but very well framed, clearly someone with a great eye and appreciation for the everyday charm in life. The work reminded me…