Signed Photographic Poster, Paulo Nozolino
Photographer Paulo Nozolino's poster is represented with a photograph of one of his works.
He is distinguished by being the photographer who darkens to see better.
Loaded with an immense poetic drama, the artist's photographs, always in black and white, reveal shadows and spaces where darkness always has the last word.
They are images populated by children, women, men, faces, looks, but also direct evocations of death or sex, which provoke a sense of nostalgia and discomfort, suggesting fragments of possible interrupted narratives.
His photographs, far from imposing a clear and explicit narration, are only the marks, the testimonies, of a moment that the artist froze through his attentive gaze, often revealing a tragic vision, almost always raw, which has intensified in recent times, as his retrospective exhibition Far Cry (Serralves, 2005) proves.
Paulo Nozolino is an artist and a central figure in contemporary photography. The several decades of his career were marked by the awarding of numerous international prizes and scholarships.
He traveled all over the world and to this profile that is drawn in the tradition of the "road", "travel" and "drift", composing a nomadic autobiography, is associated the technical and aesthetic rigor that made famous the luminous miracles wrought from blacks and grays that dominate your photos.
Full of an immense poetic drama, Paulo Nozolino's photographs, always in black and white, reveal shadows and spaces where darkness always has the last word.
- 70 x 50 cm
- Black and White
- Paulo Nozolino
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