'Suprematism Transitional Photography' through Geometric Abstraction. Tony Bramley FRPS, 21st February – 2nd April 2017
During 2015 Tony Bramley produced in photography, a series of images developed from within the Modernist Russian avant-garde movement of Dynamic Suprematism, for his Fellowship with the Royal Photographic Society.
In every composition, existing geometry is disconnected from a solitary "benefactor" photo, giving the material to a totally new and one of a kind creation. Just the "embodiment" of the first image remains. Shading, shape, surface, tone and frame go up against another unmistakable quality and visual excellence. The selective utilization of "white space", speaking to interminability, actuates a condition of comparability. New flow go to the fore, the vitality and movement improved by the foundation space.
Photography is currently near Zero Point, a transitional state where beginning and representation is addressed. Objective has ended up non-objective. Substance is grinding away's purest and most innovative; light, shading, shape and the watcher.
Suprematism was a profoundly geometric style of mid twentieth century non-target conceptual painting, disregarding the recognizable appearance of items, created by Russian vanguard artist Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935).