8.23.2006

Photographs by Miklos Gaál:




A couple months ago I saw Gaál's work at an exhibit of young photographers at the Aperture Gallery. His work is very similar to that of Olivio Barbieri (see May 18 post) in that aerial scenes look like miniature train set scenes. Although his work isn't as polished as Barbieri's, there's still something intrquing about it.
I really love "Frozen sea" and some of Gaál's other photos that betray his Finnish roots.

2 comments:

ms.bri said...

nice. is he cheaper than barbieri? of course, by the time we have money for this kind of art, they'll both be more expensive.

Wes said...

He is indeed cheaper.
Perhaps we could ask for it for Christmas…