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Fred Zafran's photographs offer a quiet exploration into the constructed spaces we inhabit. He turns his lens to our streets, our interiors, and our undergrounds. He creates images with a cinematic-like quality, spotlighting individuals with light.

Fred Zafran's photographic work offers a quiet exploration into the constructed spaces we inhabit. He turns his lens to our streets, our interiors, and our undergrounds. He creates images with a cinematic-like quality, spotlighting individuals with light. The work is formal and non-judgemental, and each photograph feels like an excerpt from a scene in a movie. The control of the aesthetic, the saturated colors, and the command of light and shadow feels managed by a director, yet none of the photographs are staged. Some larger story is happening, and it is up to the viewer to imagine the context.

  Accepted  2020-09-02 12:01

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Activity Area : Local/Town Space

Contacts/Email : Fred Zafran's photographs offer a quiet exploration into the constructed spaces we inhabit. He turns his lens to our streets, our interiors, and our undergrounds. He creates images with a cinematic-like quality, spotlighting individuals with light...


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Contacts/Email : Fred Zafran's photographs offer a quiet exploration into the constructed spaces we inhabit. He turns his lens to our streets, our interiors, and our undergrounds. He creates images with a cinematic-like quality, spotlighting individuals with light.