Paci Contemporary gallery presents a new exhibition focused on Lori Nix, contemporary photographer from Kansas who lives and works in New York City and has been awarded in 2014 of the “Guggenheim Fellowship”. She has become famous thanks to her surrealistic images and her own interpretation of the Staged Photography. She belongs to an art trend that creates works at the boundaries between photography and installation: basically the artist recreates handcrafted miniature worlds, using common materials to produce surreal scenes of an apocalyptic world, that she will then photograph and reproduce in large scale. The exhibition offers not only a...
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