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The Private Recital, Brussels 2007

The Private Recital, Brussels 2007

From the gallery "Feeling Lucky"

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Luca Zanoni22-Dec-2009 13:25
We have Lost Him...
I mean... The Guest.
What can I say
that you not already heard...
when he do not talh with you any more
fred_il06-Dec-2007 21:52
Love it! It has a so strong mood!
Guest 05-Sep-2007 11:41
What can you say
That I have not already heard
From the stark empty truth
Of myself,
When I frown with stone puzzlement
At having met my own thoughts again
When I talk with you.
Bill Harris15-Aug-2007 22:39
Ray Rebortira15-Aug-2007 02:28
The punctum, in this image, is the unusual belt, tied like a noose, a hint of private pain.
Gilles Navet14-Aug-2007 12:45
"Melancolique" feeling here but so well done.
A thinking confrontation
Guest 14-Aug-2007 05:32
Really cool shot Kal. Love the title too.Such dynamism in a static scene - the central composition, framed by those two pillars locks the eyes in on the subject like a laser. Great stuff
Ann LT14-Aug-2007 00:54
Craig Persel13-Aug-2007 23:04
Awesome shot. Says a lot.
Martha Albuquerque13-Aug-2007 21:26
agree with Mostafa.. like the compo very much, *
Andrea Aschedamini13-Aug-2007 20:37
è perfetta... just perfect...
grande Kal...
Phil Douglis13-Aug-2007 18:17
A perfect juxtaposition: the billowing locks on the poster contrast strikingly to the bald viewer. The two pillars and two wall segments echo the two legs of the viewer. The frame invites that viewer into the poster, while at the same time containing the flying hair and wavy lines within it. Both the subject of the poster and the viewer are abstracted, inviting us to imagine what we can't see for ourselves. A very simple image, yet one with much going on.
Mostafa Moftah13-Aug-2007 18:14
It reflects the loneliness of our modern life.. ~V~
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