An exhibition of photographs, prints, and film by the master painter and printmaker, on view at Scandinavia House in New York through March 5, 2018, provides a new perspective into his experimentalism. Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863–1944) also took photographs. This exhibition of images, prints, and films by painter emphasizes his experimentalism, examining his exploration of the camera as an expressive medium. By probing and exploiting the dynamics of “faulty” practice, such as distortion, blurred motion, eccentric camera angles, and other photographic “mistakes,” Munch photographed his immediate environment in ways that rendered them poetic. In both still images and in […]
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