Massimo Colonna (b. 1986) has spent many years working in postproduction and retouching, during which he has developed a passion for renders and abstracted landscapes. Both technical and imaginative, these detailed modes of working have been highly influential in the creation of Colonna’s personal series. Images from Ambiguous, for example, invite the viewer into exotic landscapes filled with surreal objects – statues, ladders and sheets. Similarly, the (Non) gravità series is inspired by the architecture of Luis Barragán and Ricardo Bofill. Each digitally enhanced composition offers a journey into a pastel utopia where inanimate objects become active participants. Balls, balloons, plastic bags and paper planes are transfixed in moments of stillness. The results are both unnerving and visually satisfying – each location has been designed down to the last detail, defying gravity along the way. www.massimocolonna.com.
Tim Walker presents a breathtakingly surreal exhibition, Story Teller at Somerset House, which combines the worlds of conceptual art and fashion photography.
Studio Brasch works across fine art and conceptual projects, as well as brand campaigns, visual communication and direction.