Tezi Gabunia's Photography Techniques Place You Inside a Tiny Museum

By: Riley von Niessen - May 30, 2016
References: tezigabunia & designboom
Tezi Gabunia uses photography techniques that make his subjects look like giants peeking into famous museums.

His method, called 'falsification,' works to comment on the contemporary world artistically. With his 'Put Your Head into Gallery' project, he shows his subjects in a contrived setting that is made to look like a real one, creating miniature models of the iconic galleries with a close attention to detail.

He made four different models to be used for the project, which are recreations of the Louvre, the Tate, the Gagosian and the Saatchi. The images show their different subjects resting their faces on the floor of each setting, with his photography techniques making them look like Alice in Wonderland after she drinks the mysterious growing potion.

Photo Credits: designboom, tezigabunia