Creative, Conceptual and Minimal Art

Iranian photographer Hossein Zare has won several awards for his inspiring images. His style is simple, but effective and his images are often characterized by a well thought out idea.

Hope…
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Parallel World
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Creative, Conceptual and Minimal Art by Hossein Zare
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The Space in between by Milad Safabakhsh

There is evidence to suggest that our world and everything in it-from snowflakes to maple trees to falling stars and spinning electrons-are also only ghostly images, projections from a level of reality so beyond our own it is literally beyond both space and time.

We are perceivers. We are an awareness; we are not objects; we have no solidity. We are boundless. The world of objects and solidity is a way of making our passage on earth convenient. It is only a description that was created to help us. We, or rather our reason, forget that the description is only a description and thus we entrap the totality of ourselves in a vicious circle from which we rarely emerge in our Lifetime.

The space in between
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Arrow into infinity
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The space in between
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Untitled
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The space in between
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The Space in between by Milad Safabakhsh
Founder & Editor-In-Chief in B&W Minimalism Magazine, Int’l Award winning Fine-art photographer based in Iran.
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Monochromatic Minimalism

Hengki Koentjoro | Monochromatic Minimalism with the X1D
Black-and-white photographer and Hasselblad Ambassador Hengki Koentjoro draws all of his inspiration from the ultimate artist, Mother Nature. Portraying themes of mindfulness and being one with nature, Hengki’s photographs capture beautiful simplicity through minimalistic scenes and monochromatic tones. On his most recent trip to Japan, Hengki explored the natural aesthetics of Hokkaido with the X1D-50c and the XCD 45mm lens.

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Hengki Koentjoro
Monochromatic Minimalism with the X1D

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Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition

When International Business Times UK joined forces with EyeEm to launch The Graphic City a minimalist architecture photography competition, we asked EyeEm’s community of photographers to come up with creative compositions highlighting interesting angles, shapes and converging lines in cities and towns.
The response far exceeded our expectations in terms of both numbers and quality; we received more than 46,000 entries from all over the world. Thankfully, the initial judging was done by EyeEm’s patented technology, which uses machine learning and neural networks to assess all of the images on their aesthetic quality and how well they fit the brief. Once the computer had done all the hard work, the humans stepped in.
By David Sim

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Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition
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Secret Waters and Minimal Landscapes by George Digalakis

… His work is characterized by a square frame, minimalistic approach, high order, and a peaceful, yet often sorrowful and melancholic atmosphere. The influence from minimalist photographers, such as Michael Kenna can be seen clearly in his waterscapes. George rarely tries to capture the moment and finds that by ignoring reality he can best convey his inner vision and underlying emotions. …

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Secret Waters and Minimal Landscapes by George Digalakis
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Minim | Hengki Koentjoro

La tranquilité en l’absence d’abondance est une ouverture vers une dimension dont la sinification s’étend au-delà de la simple perception visuelle. Elle nous pousse à faire glisser notre regard, en espérant apercevoir une beauté nue qui émergerait d’un presque vide. Et en effet, elle y apparaitra dans sa manifestation la plus profonde. Le charme le plus simple là où les sujets sont les plus minimes.

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Minim | Hengki Koentjoro
via Square Magazine