Gorgeous portraits by Maïmouna Guerresi who was born in Italy as Patrizia Guerresi where she was raised as a Catholic. She later changed her name when she married a Senegalese man, and converted to Sufi Islam. More of her striking work below.
Tel-Aviv born and now London-based photographer Ori Gersht electrocutes mirrors, capturing them right at the moment the glass shatters. That the mirrors are reflecting flowers is an added bonus. Not only are the resulting images beautiful, they recall Gersht’s work from a few years ago. Although, in that case, it was the flowers themselves that were blown up. More images from Gersht’s latest project, as well as video from his previous, below!
It’s a little unclear what we’re even looking at here. Artist Mark Lovejoy uses a curious combination of photography and digital manipulation to create these works. No paintings actually exist. Have a look at more images below and try to wrap your head around his process.
Beautiful pictures created by manipulating light sensitive paper and other photographic materials, without the use of a camera (also known as photograms), by Russian-born artist Tatiana Gulenkina. Check out more images from “Things Merging And Falling Apart” below.