I love these painterly portraits by Itamar Freed, an Israeli photographer born in NYC who lives and works in London & Israel.

My photographic work draws upon a return to the classic paintings of Art History. Through the use of color, natural illumination at its extremes, open composition and multiple vanishing points that simultaneously draw the observer’s eye to different focal points of various events, the borders between dream and wakening are blurred.

see more of his work at Litvak Contemporary and Feinberg Projects.

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