Thursday, 24 January 2013

Thomas Barbey: Best Surrealistic Photos






Heads of horses emerging from the mountain tops. Dancers dancing on a wire suspended above a metropolitan city. It still falls in the middle of the Grand Canal of Venice, the keyboard of a piano created by the embrace of two zebras and two lovers who walk on the bottom of a pool. Are just some of manipulated photographs by Thomas Barbey. His visionary works recall the surrealism of René Magritte and propose to use the fact, reinterpreting it: playing with scales and perspectives Berbéy insert elements in the shots that do not distort, but revisit the real. All strictly in black and white.

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