“I’m amazed at how he can visualize those beautiful shapes and how he manufactures those subtle shades and gorgeous tones. Truly remarkable, and truly creative.” Florida (model).
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(PRWEB) July 8, 2010
This is creative fine art photography at it's very best.
Ambiguous Misdirection is the first exhibition from Nick Gregan, the strong yet graceful mystery in each silhouette strives to occupy the viewer, letting them add their own connotation to each image. Nick’s intuitive use of light is paramount in capturing the human form in such an anomalous way. By challenging his viewer to come to their own conclusion about his work, he has strived to present a body of work full of intrigue, curiosity and suspense.
Nick’s creative process on this project has taken an unstructured formation, and is characterized by a series of abstract shapes carefully selected in celebration of the female form. This exhibition does not follow a linear path, instead the images should be viewed at the viewer’s discretion, with no specific shots chosen to mark the start or finish.
The first of its kind at the Adam Street Gallery, the exhibition evokes the profound misdirection of one’s mind, pushing the spectator to look beyond the obvious and question what they see at first glance.
After years of production, shooting and editing other projects, the constant questioning of what forms exist in the technical landscape of the body became ever more present in Nick’s mind. In this exhibition, the strong yet graceful mystery in each silhouette strives to occupy the viewer, letting them add their own connotation to each image.
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