Lorenzo Sala

Lorenzo Sala, empathic, eclectic, in love with photography, this is his instrument to transmit the emotions while playing with light and shadows.

Some people who are posing for Lorenzo are professional models, while others are just common people, those who took a deep breath and decided to pose for artistic nudes to get new emotions and distract their mind.

His works are not about sensuality but about intricacy of shapes and expressiveness of bodies, which involves the viewer in a wonderful journey capturing attention and giving satisfaction of aesthetic sense.

Most part of Lorenzo works is done in two techniques: low key and high key. Low-key creates dark, underexposed images, a little bit grotesque but highlighting the contrasted shapes and tearing out desperate screams.

Otherwise the high key photos are overexposed, transparent, full of light almost holistic and they transmit different but intense emotions.

His most famous works are the series called “Human Scans”. He invented a new media using a flatbed pc scanner over naked bodies, scanning a whole person piece by piece and then rebuilding their image in real size on transparent plexiglass. This series awarded him his first museal exhibition in W Museum of Iskan, South Korea.

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