A career begun with beauty gave Ann Massal the feeling that Plato’s precepts on beauty as truth had long since died. As a result, she decided to study photography at London’s St Martins School as well as at the Atelier Smedsby to express her point of view. With similarities to the crazy world of Alice in Wonderland, Ann Massal’s photographs are never predictable. Through a range of varied techniques (cutting, coloring, decomposition, degradations), she deforms the images to offer us her vision of beauty: ambiguous, subversive and always colorful. The Eye of the Cyclops is published in a limited edition...
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