About the Artist - 4 more artworks
Frank Vogt (1969) has developed a unique technique in the photography. ‘Paintograph’ it is called. He is playfull with time and space in his paintographs. He engages in a collective memory game in which he transforms 'classic works' to the present. He literally and figuratively puts them in a modern environment by adding his own style. Frank adds elements of repetition that cause the spectator's brain to search for patterns that make their eye linger longer. He creates an image that contains tension and friction, but also new life.
This modern 'paintograph' of a lady at the beach reminds me of the paintings of the famous Dutch impressionists Isaac Israëls and George Hendrik Breitner in the period late 19th century and early 20th century.More services from Gallerease