Nadja Massün’s work is a good example of a sensitivity that subsumes and forgets about the technique in a perceptual and intuitive search to reveal, first of all, the human, the spiritual world of its subjects and from which the experience of the beautiful emerges. The photographic moment becomes a moment of revelation. We see in the photos of Nadja a word in the air, a sound of laughter, a wink among friends and the sadness behind a look. The photographer’s action thus becomes a dialogue with her surroundings, with her visual object, which is almost invariably constituted by people […]
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