Claudio Koporossy was born in Lausanne. His work addresses natural subject matter, focusing on details that are not noticed at first glance or that are revealed by the camera’s ability to freeze time.
I delve into nature’s most intimate textures: the skin of a fruit, the effects of autumn on a leaf, water seeping into the ground, the colours of vegetation. In this way, I try to discover nature’s inner essence, and explore what my eyes simply see: I feel firmness under my fingers, I perceive a thousand scents, I detect as many flavours. Live nature: this is my project, my gaze through the lens.
The present display coincides with an exhibition of Koporossy’s work at Cris Contini Contemporary, 15-16 Brook’s Mews, London
Water Natures will be on show at the Estorick Caffè from 9 Janaury 2020.
Organized by Il Cigno GG Edizioni.
19 January 2020Tullio Crali, Jonathan Monoplane, 1988 The title of this work is a reference to Richard Bach’s 1970 novella Jonathan Livingstone Seagull, which describes the struggles of its eponymous hero to ‘rise above’ the rest of his flock.
18 January 2020Discover the world of Tullio Crali this weekend! We are open today until 18 and tomorrow 11-17. No need to book in advance. bit.ly/AFuturistLife