Wiktor Franko was born in Poland in 1983. In 2007 he finished polish philology with art studies. Then he has sterted photography. He is mainly interested in portrait and fashion photography, but also conceptual photography. His photography is classical black and white portraits, surrealistic conceptual works and fashion and natural lifestyle photo series. He took part in few group and solo exhibitions and has been published in various magazines. He worked with musicians and writers on their music album and book covers. He is lover of classical photo techniques - he uses polaroids, and different analog film cameras. Emotions and atmosphere, sincerity and truth is what he describes to be the most important thing in his photography. [...]
Black and white digital photograph. The photo was taken in London’s Tate Modern. Surrealism, and loneliness and minimalism are things I like in this photo. It’s single photo – not part of the series. Inspiration of this photo was music of Dead Can Dance – it's spatiality and gloominess.
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