2016 / Fine Art / Abstract

Suprematism - Transitional Photography

  • Photographer
    Tony Bramley FRPS

During 2014 I developed my Transitional Photography work. Taking the ethos of Russian avant-garde painter Kazimir Malevich's Suprematist work I have developed a pure version within photography. My images are derived from the existing visual geometry within a single photographic image and this non-objective approach leaves only the essence of the original image. The abstracted geometry is then recomposed, creativity from within comes into play, to produce a new photographic Suprematist work that is entirely original. The final images are very abstract, highly geometric, closer to art than photography and takes photography close to what Malevich termed “zero degree”, within photography. Photography is now at it’s purest and most creative; light, colour, shape and the viewer.