The dark, shadowy photography of Nicolas Karakatsanis

In photography, light is everything, but it's the absence of light that makes the photography of Nicolas Karakatsanis so striking. 

His latest exhibition, Adjusting Infinity illustrates this perfectly. At first, the images are hard to make out, but further inspection reveals, skulls, faces and people – never quite there, but not never quite not there, either – if you see what we mean. This is phtography that makes the viewer work, and it's all the better for it.

If you'd like to see Adjusting Infinity in greater detail then get yourself over to Brussels' Alice Gallery, where it's on show from November 22 to December 21.

Find out more about Nicolas and the Alice Gallery here








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