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 Conceptual photography is an art of getting your ‘concept’ across the mind of the viewer using just the contents of a photograph.

60 Outstanding Examples of Conceptual Photography | Artatm - Creative Art Magazine

Its all about an idea. Conceptual photography is an art of getting your ‘concept’ across the mind of the viewer using just the contents of a photograph.

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The more I pursue recovery and understanding my eating disorder, the more I realize eating disorders have nothing to do with food. It’s like my therapist once said- “food is merely a symptom.

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20 Examples of Inspiring Conceptual Photography

Barbara Kruger’s work explores social political issues through punchy slogans bold combinations of text images. Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Memory is Your Image of Perfection), black and white photograph

Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger: Memory is your image of perfection. Her gallery consisted of photographs, with text, the photos are in black and white, and the texts are conveyed in a way that it gets the attentio…

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Inspiration: Surreal Photo Montages by Thomas Barbéy

Photographer Thomas Barbéy uses his keen, artistic eye to see the world a little differently than the rest of us.

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Martin Higgs

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(street artist) hope and change have nothing to do with money, unless you consider whose buying our futures?Meek (street artist) hope and change have nothing to do with money, unless you consider whose buying our futures?

TAKE THE MIC

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Again another Barbara Kruger piece on consumerism, still using the colour red and the sarcastic comments.

Assez vu: a collection of all things odd and beautiful

Untitled (Barbara Kruger parody), Aaron F2, 2011

Gillian Wearing: Everything is connected in life the point is to know it and to unerstand it street photography people holding signs/quotes

Private lines: Gillian Wearing's signs – in pictures

The artist is showing at the Whitechapel Gallery and you can submit your own 'sign' to win a VIP trip to the exhibition

Lorna Simpson, Wigs (portfolio) 1994 - waterless lithograph on felt, Collection Walker Art Center

Soft Guerilla Feather Knife by Kyle Bean Conceptual Photography, Art Photography, Visual, Still Life Photography, Creative, Object Photography, Sculpture, Art, Creative Photography

Soft Guerilla

London based artist, designer and Illustrator. Keywords: kyle, bean, design, illustration, illustrator, animation, graphic, designer, craft, cardboard, card, build, animate, stop-frame, stop, frame, laundry, models, mobile, phone

‘In Anxious Anticipation’ is a playful still-life photo series by Kyle Bean and Aaron Tilley, shot for Kinfolk magazine's ‘Adrenaline’ issue.

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Conceptual set designer Kyle Bean collaborated with photographer Aaron Tilley on a dark, tongue-in-cheek and gorgeous editorial for artsy food magazine The Gourmand. Dubbed ‘Forbidden Fruits,’ it’s a very simple concept yet greatly executed. Conceptual Photography, Food Art, Forbidden Fruit, Sculptures, Still Life Photography, Still Life, Sculpture, Art, Fruits Photos

Forbidden Fruit

London based artist, designer and Illustrator. Keywords: kyle, bean, design, illustration, illustrator, animation, graphic, designer, craft, cardboard, card, build, animate, stop-frame, stop, frame, laundry, models, mobile, phone

Lorna Simpson, Flipside, Two gelatin silver prints and engraved plastic plaque, diptych, 51 x 70 inches x cm) overall American Art, African American Artist, Art Photography, Narrative Photography, Artist Models, Diptych, Simpson, Feminist Art, Female Artists

Flipside | The Guggenheim Museums and Foundation

Lorna Simpson’s deadpan, black-and-white photographs draw from the legacy of 1960s photo-conceptualism to investigate the relationship of image and text. However, as in other art of her generation, a nuanced exploration of identity serves as the foundation of Simpson’s work. In Flipside (1991), the artist questions the meaning of what is “natural” in relation to…

Lorna Simpson  "Guarded Conditions"  1989

review of Lewis Koch's photographic installation