Matt Colagiuri and Julio Brujis Exhibition

Krause Gallery

poster for Matt Colagiuri and Julio Brujis Exhibition

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Photography is such a representational art form. The human figure and our landscapes are a form so ingrained in society; we tend to take it for granted.

Matt Colagiuri’s challenge is to shake up that equilibrium, to make people re-think their perceptions and to take them out of their comfort zone. Matt’s alternative presentation of photography on multi dimensional blocks tend to do that a bit more blatantly. Sometimes what you are looking at isn’t what you are really seeing. The simplest of acts can disguise the most complex machinations and the most beautiful of facades can cover the darkest secrets.

Julio Brujis creates large-scale digital images of landscapes that are modified from an original panoramic view into an open, multi-horizon expanse. Touching on notions of illusion and representation, he questions our perception and traditional depiction of the landscape as two-dimensional image. These images of fantastic idealised worlds combine a sense of contemplation with an intriguing touch of vertigo.

Julio Brujis is an artist from Peru who lives and works in London. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts.

[Image: Julio Brujis "Bankok China Town" 35 x 43 in.]



from June 16, 2011 to July 18, 2011

Reception For The Artist on 2011-06-16 from 18:00 to 21:00

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