Monday, December 11, 2017

REB reviews Richard Koening

Richard Koening challenges flatness and space by highlighting the importance of perspective in his photographs. In this series, he confuses the objective and subjective in a larger sense, as opposed to resolving issues, he increased a perception of tension that dwells in uncertainty. Koening carefully builds crafted illusions that utilizes the camera’s capability to make optical tricks and he cleverly layers the photographs into a single plane. Usually the photographs feature a private space or an intimate moment set in a public space, he suggests thoughts of our own private moments in the most generic and neutral spaces.

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