Andrea Galvani

Italian photographer Andrea Galvani’s work is imaginative in its clownish dichotomy. Usually grouped in pairs, his shots flex back and forth between opposite poles utilizing a favorite childhood memento.

It would probably have given these rabbits heart attacks to have attached balloons to them, but oh I wish he had tried.  I love the use of balloons, we’re so used to the phenomenon of helium lifting them through the air that we find it basally unimpressive.  But Galvani uses them to incite wonder in space; providing depth, levels and a tangible nature to the gases that float invisibly around us constantly.

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