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Peter Solness specializes in night photography. By photographing in the dark, with long exposure times, each landscape becomes a painting of light, in which the sparse natural light becomes mixed with the light of street lamps. The work is an ensemble of the immediacy of photography and the weighed sensibility of painting.
Peter Solness (Australia, 1958) began his career in the 1980s as a photographer for The Sydney Morning Herald and the National Times. He lived and worked both in urban environments and in the vast Australian outback. Among the institutions with his work in their collections are the National Library of Australia, the Museum of Sydney, and the Parliament building of New South Wales. He has published eight books, and received the prestigious NSW Parliamentary Plein Air Photographic Prize.
Price EUR 15,00