Posts Tagged ‘Paul van Hulzen

24
Mar
12

Paul van Hulzen : ‘On the Road’ Series (Photography)

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an impression of the atmosphere of filling stations at night.

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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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‘On the Road Series’
Paul van Hulzen
Photograph
2010
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Paul van Hulzen photographs ‘places’. Besides urban locations, these can also include ‘landscapes’, interiors and even objects. He makes no fundamental distinction between a ‘natural landscape’ and a more urban environment. On the contrary, Paul believes that a built-up location or an interior can be more ‘landscape-like’ than a landscape in the traditional sense. His starting point is always the ‘spatiality’ created by human intervention. Within this spatiality, he searches for, and finds a specific beauty and an atmosphere that can be contemplative, ironic and disturbing all at once. Paul is regularly referred to as the ‘painting photographer’, and he is undeniably inspired by painters. For him, Rothko, Hockney, Hopper, Wyeth, Pollock and Armando are ‘model’ thinkers and artists. The same goes for photographers like Eggleston, Shore and Wessel, and for the filmmakers Antonioni and Tarkovsky… bio

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Paul van Hulzen : Website

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