Polish-born, London-based rising talent Marcin Rusak will make his U.S. solo show debut with ‘Flora Noir’ at the Twenty First Gallery in New York.
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.
Australian photographer, Lisa Sorgini, creates an ephemeral and romantic series titled ‘Flotsam/Waterplants’ investigating flora underwater. Known for her perceptive work, Sorgini paints floral portraits with digital tools.
Los Angeles based artist Nevine Mahmoud studies the contrast between initial idea and palpable rendering.
Owen Silverwood is an established photographer and director working within the field of still life. His aesthetic is considered and striking, combining the technical and graphic.
Erwan Frotin’s evocative images of organic forms and organism enter the category of fine arts. ‘Flora Olbiensis’ series is a re-interpretation of 19th century’s botanical studies, capturing the wild flowers of French Hyères.
We always been a fan and have been following the work of Carl Kleiner for a long time now. Here is one his latest personal project called ‘Postures’.