The gorgeously muted colours of Robin Cracknell’s film photographs conjure beautiful nostalgic reveries and a yearning for childhood lost. The artist used various analogue techniques to produce a unique portrait of youth and longing. His photographs often depict children, water and are sometimes covered by text. They present a portrait of humanity which not only in the subject but in the wonderfully tactile photographic surface show ordinary life through the unique perspective of his camera lens.
Post created January 26, 2012
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