I discovered Hasinska’s photographs at The Other Art Fair in October and thought it matched perfectly my mood at the moment. The nature depicted is often out of focus, blurry but it leaves you with a strange sensation of unstable peace, as you wake up from a dream.
I like particularly Conversation with the Sun, for its light, movement, and sensation of freedom that don’t necessary appear in her other works.
(and gosh, we do need sun at this time of the year…!)
For her, “photography is the most intimate form of art. Too many words are lost in translation, and photography can be appreciated without any dialogue at all.” So better to leave you appreciate her works here, without adding anything else…
|Danuta Hasinska, Conversation with the Sun, 2014|
|Danuta Hasinska, Morning, 2014|