These Lorenzo Vitturi Portraits Evoke Avant-Garde Visual Themes

By: Jana Pijak - Published: May 16, 2013 • References: hungertv & hungertv
These portraits by photographic artist Lorenzo Vitturi aim to play with perception thanks to their intriguing canvases that display two varying images that are uniquely different while simultaneously mimicking one another.

The talented artist spends his time living and working in between London, Milan and Venice where he explores his various manipulations of space and brings his conceptual artworks to life.

Whether capturing abstracted views of remote objects or human subjects whose faces have been concealed, Lorenzo Vitturi sites the theme of life and decay as one of his primary artistic inspirations. The artist relates this powerful visual theme to stories, people, places and objects that inspire him to create unconventional photographic artworks that cannot be classified as either organic or inorganic. Stats for Conceptual Double-Take Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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