His interdisciplinary approach to landscape photography uses cynicism and sentimentality to subvert the ideological constructions shaping how we see our place within the societal world. His trademarks are selfreflexive photographic series which focus on the medium’s contribution to the material culture of global and local geographical imagination. His photographic installations are sometimes accompanied by objects that supplement the aura of the work.
Lucian Bran (b. 1981), lives and works in Bucharest. He graduated the Photography class, MA (2015) and BA (2009), of the National University of Arts, Bucharest. Solo shows: Borderline Art Space, Iași (2019) Galeria Posibilă, Bucharest (2015), Museum of Municipal Engineering – Krakow Photomonth – Show OFF (2014). Group shows: National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest (2018), Salonul de Proiecte Bucharest (2016). He was selected at Plat(t)form – Fotomuseum Winterthur (2019) and nominated for The Unseen ING Talent Award (2016). Publications: Borrowed Territories, ed. Galeria Posibila (2016), Săgeată, floare, foc, CDFD Grants (2018).
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