Thursday, July 18, 2013


The images of British photographer Sarah Moon are distinguished by a dreamlike atmosphere. Through his lens, fixed the contours of a dream upon awakening caught in the 'moment before it can svanirne the memory. Offers the viewer rarefied visions, melancholy and refined. Among the recurring themes that emerge from the work of Sarah Moon include the memory,childhood, death, femininity, solitude. Sarah Moon is a French photographer born in 1941 into a Jewish family. She went to England and there studied drawing. Sarah Moon exercises the profession of modeling from 1960 to 1966, and turned to photography from 1970. She became famous for its advertising campaign for Cacharel. After 15 years working in fashion, responding to commands from brands such as Vogue, Chanel, or Dior, Sarah Moon’s career takes a turn when the artist decided to devote more time to photograph even more personal, more introspective and this time purely artistic. The big subject of her work is the time that the artist tries to stop, to win over and to tell.


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...