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Desert Portraits

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Capturing an essence of the ancient and surreal is what drives Chiara Zonca’s photography of other-worldly landscapes. Inspired by dramatic terrain and open spaces, Zonca has a deep connection with the sights that she captures.

This collection, through warm, pastel tones, has been captured in the Atacama desert of Chile and the Bolivian Altiplano. Those are very extreme and harsh environments with high elevation and lack of water resources. Very few animals and plants are present due to the land’s arid nature and that enhances the overall feeling of being in a deserted expanse with no sights or sounds.

The images evoke a sense of immersion into the places Zonca finds herself in and of the freedom and sense of space these desolate, yet visually striking, landscapes provide.
The mood of these images is not one by chance; these portray the emotional and psychological journey undertaken by the photographer to find escapism in natural architecture of the land, an element of responding to the sublime in the world around her. With a strong emphasis on form and colour palate, “Desert Portraits”, explores craggy landscapes that, for Zonca, represent a moon-like kingdom on Earth. The images transport a viewer to a world wholly of its own where the isolating nature of the images magnify the sense of nature, different natural materials and escapism.

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Dimensions 130 × 230 mm
Author

C. Zonca

Author Bio

Chiara Zonca is a photographer based in London, UK. Often seeking isolation, she documents specific moments in time when changeable light or weather conditions alter her landscape perception. Through careful and mindful respect of the environments she is photographing, Zonca embraces the sense of `self' in a wider and more significant landscape.
Published in a variety of magazines, with DESERT PORTRAITS Zonca is creating her first book to collate a series of her work to date.

ISBN

9789187815393

Book Type

Hardback

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