KAZoART loves singularity and the uncanny, just like its artists. Browse through our unique and surprising selection of conceptual photographs, where the extraordinary is sublimated by the inventiveness of our talented artists.
For Jerry Uelsmann, Guy Bourdin, Anders Petersen, Karl Blossfeldt, and Garry Winogrand, weirdness has, at some point or another, been a central part of their work. Conceptual art photography appears differently depending on the photographer's imagination.
In Jerry Uelsmann's work, the spectator is taken aback by his magnificent photomontages, where the assembly of unrelated themes makes reality quite poetic (Journey into night).
French photographer Guy Bourdin, who worked for Vogue magazine, portrays characters in everyday life where aestheticism is mixed with violence and sex. Bourdin is a master of deception and aestheticism, which is at the very core of (Walking legs). While Karl Blossfeldt's work is based on nature and the plants he photographs, Garry Winogrand's work is embodied in the everyday life of his contemporaries.
The surprising and amazing nature of conceptual photography is what truly defines it. It has become even easier for modern photographers to take unusual photos with the tools made available by digital technology (e.g. editing software). Artists working with film photography do also managed to capture unusual clichés thanks to original staging.
Humour, mystery and everyday life are all inspiring subjects behind conceptual photography. Even to this day, regardless of the technique used (film, digital or mixed media), artists are full of ideas to offer a new and imaginative reading of life via conceptual photography.
Don't wait any longer to delve into KAZoART's selection of conceptual photography!