Some anthropological photography is nothing shy of informational, other images balance the line between visual anthropology and fine art. Falsehoods are found throughout this broad spectrum of illustrations.
Surrealism as an artistic movement crystallizes somewhere in between dreams, subconscious, and reality. Joan Miró’s The Potato, and Dorothea Tanning’s Birthday both exemplify surrealist painting, however the concepts are distinctively executed by each artist.
As population increases and open space decreases, a new aesthetic is emerging. With limited room for expansion and discovery, spaces once recognized for their natural beauty and subliminal power are being revisited. These spaces are still very much sublime, but they are much different than before.