This series of photographs by Siegfried Halus depict nude figures emerging from nighttime darkness in rural landscapes illuminated by hand held flashlight and ambient light sources with lengthy exposures. The Austrian photographer pictured his subjects in diverse environments from Connecticut, to Colorado, New Mexico and California. The images evoke ritual, myth and mysterious ceremony. “I’ve always been interested in issues of...
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