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Young Man testing the Nikon D3200
[Famous Paintings As Conceptual Photographs]
Provided by the artist - Romano Kuduzovic
This project represents the encounter of the characters from the famous paintings by using the newest technology. You can see how they use technology and react to it from this following photo session.
Painting behind: Frans Hals - Young Man Holding a Skull - 1628
Frans Hals was a Dutch Golden Age portrait painter who lived and worked in Haarlem, though he was born in the Southern Netherlands.Young Man Holding a Skull in his hand has occasionally been identified as Hamlet, this interpretation is probably incorrect. It is much more likely to be a Dutch vanitas allegory. As in corresponding still Iifes featuring the same attribute, it voices a warning, calling on the spectator to think of death, even in youth.
Makeup: Naida Šekic
Costumes: National Theatre Sarajevo
Models: Andela Banovic, Enna Ibizovic, Mak Krstic, Feda Lukovac, Mirzada Kobilic, Ante Babic & Alma Bajramovic
Studio: Academy Of Fine Arts Sarajevo