Blow-Up – Antonionis Film Classic and PhotographyArticle 11000430
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For the first time in Switzerland the exhibition presents the photographs that the fashion photographer by the name of Thomas (David Hemmings) secretly took of two lovers in a park. He later enlarges these pictures and believes that he has coincidentally documented a murder. The blow-ups reveal a man lurking in the trees with a gun and, as the protagonist supposes, a corpse. However, the blow-ups only offer ambivalent proof as they become more and more blurred and abstract by the continuous enlarging. This filmic exploration of the representational power of images and their ambiguous meanings has served as inspiration to many contemporary photographers. Antonioni’s film classic remains a cryptic work, which is no less relevant today than when it was first created in 1966.
Dimensions: 90.5 x 128 cm
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