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  • Art. photography. For Example: wil symons

    27.12.2012

    wil symons

    photography

    'These are photographs of not only the sitter but of you and of me. In losing eye contact we gain a common interest with the sitter, we neither have somewhere to aim our gaze. They become collaborations, you play the detective. We have to use our imagination to find out more, a photograph is an illusion, a portrait shows a mask, a facade, so why must we need to see the eyes to find out more of the persona behind them?'

    www.flickr.com/people/wil_symons
  • Art. photography. For Example: wil symons

    27.12.2012

    wil symons

    photography

    'These are photographs of not only the sitter but of you and of me. In losing eye contact we gain a common interest with the sitter, we neither have somewhere to aim our gaze. They become collaborations, you play the detective. We have to use our imagination to find out more, a photograph is an illusion, a portrait shows a mask, a façade, so why must we need to see the eyes to find out more of the persona behind them?'

    www.flickr.com/people/wil_symons
  • Art. photography. For Example: wil symons

    27.12.2012

    wil symons

    photography

    'These are photographs of not only the sitter but of you and of me. In losing eye contact we gain a common interest with the sitter, we neither have somewhere to aim our gaze. They become collaborations, you play the detective. We have to use our imagination to find out more, a photograph is an illusion, a portrait shows a mask, a façade, so why must we need to see the eyes to find out more of the persona behind them?'

    www.flickr.com/people/wil_symons
  • Art. photography. For Example: wil symons

    27.12.2012

    wil symons

    photography

    'These are photographs of not only the sitter but of you and of me. In losing eye contact we gain a common interest with the sitter, we neither have somewhere to aim our gaze. They become collaborations, you play the detective. We have to use our imagination to find out more, a photograph is an illusion, a portrait shows a mask, a façade, so why must we need to see the eyes to find out more of the persona behind them?'

    www.flickr.com/people/wil_symons
  • Art. photography. For Example: wil symons

    27.12.2012

    wil symons

    photography

    'These are photographs of not only the sitter but of you and of me. In losing eye contact we gain a common interest with the sitter, we neither have somewhere to aim our gaze. They become collaborations, you play the detective. We have to use our imagination to find out more, a photograph is an illusion, a portrait shows a mask, a façade, so why must we need to see the eyes to find out more of the persona behind them?'

    www.flickr.com/people/wil_symons
  • Art. photography. For Example: wil symons

    27.12.2012

    wil symons

    photography

    'These are photographs of not only the sitter but of you and of me. In losing eye contact we gain a common interest with the sitter, we neither have somewhere to aim our gaze. They become collaborations, you play the detective. We have to use our imagination to find out more, a photograph is an illusion, a portrait shows a mask, a façade, so why must we need to see the eyes to find out more of the persona behind them?'

    www.flickr.com/people/wil_symons
  • FOR EXAMPLE: FAVOURITES

    01.12.2013

    Art, photography, Jason Pumo

    Jason Pumo

    photography

    04.09.2013

    Art, photography, francesco margaroli

    francesco margaroli

    photography

    08.05.2017

    Art, photography, 'Window' by Nick Sellek

    'Window' by Nick Sellek

    photography

    21.11.2014

    Art, photography, Pablo Chaco

    Pablo Chaco

    photography

    27.04.2017

    Art, photography, Yoav Friedlander

    Yoav Friedlander

    photography

    01.11.2016

    Art, photography, Window.

    Window.

    photography

    18.09.2017

    Art, photography, David Rodriguez

    David Rodriguez

    photography

    22.01.2017

    Art, photography, Luca Tombolini

    Luca Tombolini

    photography