Photographer Michal Zahornacky Creates Minimalistic Architectural Collages Inspired By The Current Pandemic Situation

Michal Zahornacky is professional fine art photographer from Slovakia.

The main role in his photography plays the human. He mainly focuses on fine-art and conceptual portraits. He brings thoughts and moods to his photographs which he always shows in unclear imagination.

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“We all had to face a lot of changes and challenges in 2020. The year started and gradually, we were all forced to stay at home. We had to change our habits to cope with a lockdown.

I live in a block of flats. I spent my time looking through the window where I can see beautiful nature; it was very calming for me. But I also saw lots of other blocks of flats there. Looking at them every day, I started to see them differently. I enjoyed how the sun and light changed at different times of the day.

Eventually, I started to miss taking pictures. Being a portrait photographer, it became impossible to work for me. I started to take pictures of what I saw. Project CLOSE shows my view on the pandemic. We all became closer within our hearts, we all worked together as humanity to survive the pandemic as well as possible.

You will find elements of repetition in the projects. For me, it was a tool to express my feelings, situation, and fear,” Michal told Bored Panda.



































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