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Impossible Photography: Surreal Pictures That Challenge Our Perception

by Agata Toromanoff
£17.99   paperback  Eken Press (2017)

Impossible Photography: Surreal Pictures That Challenge Our Perception by Agata Toromanoff This collection of remarkable pictures from photographers around the globe will tease your eyes and challenge your perception of things by crossing the boundaries of rationality and reality.
 
Striking compositions, often humorous, dreamlike, or ironic, offer truly stunning visions one would never expect. As much as these images intrigue the senses, they also challenge the mind. By provoking rational conventions and meanings, their works question our vision of reality and attitude towards photography as a media capturing the true instant, which initiate a captivating dialogue with viewers.
 
Manipulated pictures create a surreal, psychedelic world that mixes dreams, uto-pia, advertising tricks and irony. Impossible photography invites us to look with a fresh, and critical eye at what photographs tell us.

ISBN 13: 9781908233110 | ISBN 10: 1908233117

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