The awesome photography of Tomasz Lazar

Times photographer Barbara Davidson recently sat down with Polish photographer Tomasz Lazar, discussing his early days dabbling with the art form, his preference for long-form storytelling and more.

As for the purpose of his work, a sample of which can be seen above:

"As a result of fast technological development, it seems to me that people are becoming more and more confused. Modern technology and the media begin to form a kind of “illusion” of reality.

Simultaneously, there are two worlds: the real and the illusory one – a world created by media and technology. They are next to each other, and people are on their border. On a kind of line dream line. What I’m trying to show in my works is the loss of the individual in everyday life, as they sometimes try to seek refuge in an unreal world.”

For the full interview, and a look at more of Lazar’s work, head over to Framework.

Photos: Tomasz Lazar

  1. yamiii89 reblogged this from latimes
  2. keeperofurbanlegends reblogged this from latimes
  3. juicywill reblogged this from dendroica
  4. dendroica reblogged this from jenn2d2
  5. filterandfocus reblogged this from latimes
  6. jenn2d2 reblogged this from latimes
  7. umniallwut reblogged this from latimes
  8. psyence-fictions reblogged this from latimes
  9. gotbraz reblogged this from latimes
  10. animeandfilmotaku reblogged this from latimes
  11. pato12 reblogged this from latimes
  12. to-love-unloved reblogged this from inmeumlocum
  13. inmeumlocum reblogged this from latimes
  14. criminies reblogged this from latimes
  15. one-for-the-good-days reblogged this from latimes
  16. richflintphoto reblogged this from latimes
  17. nocrimeinthewasteland reblogged this from nonlawyerylawyer
  18. nonlawyerylawyer reblogged this from latimes
  19. likeamosaic reblogged this from latimes
  20. iliketoliveenmitierra reblogged this from latimes