Most of the time, Michael Nguyen focuses on small, ordinary things but through the subjective lens, he give them new perspectives, a new soul. “With my camera I capture little things that we often don't notice in everyday life. I also...
Focus:Fine Art, Architecture, Documentary, Photography, Art
Munich, Bavaria, Germany, February 16, 2021: Mira shopping center in the Munich district Nordhaide. Part of the facades was made of colored lacquered metal panels which were placed on the walls to form prisms. awarded with the “DGNB Gold Award for sustainable buildings" in 2009. The shopping centre was planned by Chapman Taylor. The responsible project architect there was Ruprecht Melder. Léon-Wohlhage-Wernik-Architekten was responsible for the façade design.
FREELENS - Professional Association of Photojournalists, Germany reports about the exhibition of Michael Nguyen at the Max Planck Institute Munich (Martinsried)
Artistic photography today moves quite differently than it did just a few decades ago as a visual force and communicative intervention in the midst of an overflowing glut of images whose production, management, and dissemination have long since gotten out of hand with conscientious control. After film, television, and computers, the smartphone in particular has catapulted us into a new image age. Often the challenge is to give the eyes an occasion to linger between their unsteady jumps from image to image. Michael Nguyen succeeds excellently in creating such an occasion with his photographs by creating clarity in seeing and a challenge in interpreting through reduction and pointing.