Until January 6, 2019, the Galleria Carla Sozzani in Milan pressents “Time at Work”, an exhibition dedicated to Polaroid positives by Sarah Moon.
They seem like formations made of shadows, structures made of black and grey. Far from the colourful world of adverts and lifestyle photographs, the figures in Sarah Moon’s images inhabit a realm between painting and photography, fantasy and reality. Since the 1970s, the French artist has maintained her reputation as a revolutionary of fashion photography, whose dreamlike images have brought a sense of poetry to an otherwise perfection-driven genre. With Time at Work, the Galleria Carla Sozzani presents 90 photographs, spanning from 1995 to 2018. “This is the story of time passing; how time erases,” is how Moon describes the show. “Here and now, this story I tell is not totally mine, but the story of these photographs before they disappear. It is time at work.”
The result is a stunning showcase inspired by the artist’s memories, experiences and emotions.
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