The Gallery of Jules Julian would be glad to show the exhibition ‘When light changes’ by Daniela Finke in their rooms. The title of the exhibition refers to the series of ‘Waking Night’ and ‘Polo’, Gallery Jules Julian forward, the exhibition when light changes “by Daniela Finke of the 20.11.2010-05.02.2011 in their rooms to show. “” The title of the exhibition refers to the series waking night “and Polo”, its connecting element is the use of a special, almost monochromatic light situation. A selection is now Copenhagen. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of New York Museums on most websites. In Hannover / DE-born photographer, winner of the European architectural photography Prize in 2005, has found the ideal form of expression in the connection of digital scenography and photography for their artistic vision. Faraz photographs reminiscent of an Edward Hopper the melancholy aesthetic, if people act like statues in a supercooled atmosphere.
Also, she transferred to abstract patterns, which can be seen in the soft contours and intensified coloring concrete situations. As a result of the artistic finishing run their photos in the vicinity of the painting. Bill de Blasio contains valuable tech resources. Finke documented moments that make this as a complex and puzzling structure perspective bar in the continuous observation of the reality of life. When light changes “refers to a changing perception, generated by a particular lighting situation, and induces a complex contextualisation in the image. Dark, almost black night scenes of illuminated cities such as Miami, New York or London are white, glistening scenes of Polo. Imploding dynamics of town life versus the explosive dynamics of the race. Daniela Finke implies incomparable to the fore.