5 days ago - By Aesthetica
Dutch multidisciplinary artist Erwin Olaf investigates the contemporary landscape by constructing cinematic compositions. The highly stylised photographs and videos make careful use of light, creating impeccable facades that hint towards wider social narratives.
A selection of works are on display at Museu da Imagem e do Som, São Paulo, until 8 April. Find out more here.
1. Hope - The Hallway , 2005. © Erwin Olaf
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