Nina Mouritzen's Work Evokes Intimacy and Honesty
By: Tiana Reid -
Published: Aug 19, 2010 Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: flickr
Nina Mouritzen is a New York-based photographer born in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her work is almost like torn pages of a diary, but represented through a visual medium. Her influences include music, contemporary art, street art, zines, experimental films and, of course, other photographers like Ryan McGinley and Michael Ackerman.
Nina Mouritzen's photographs is an honest look at human life -- filled with loneliness, honesty, integrity and intimacy.
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