Essay about Analysis Of Abelardo Morell And Camera Falls Into His Career

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Abelardo used his photography to express his hardships and feelings of isolation as a foreigner in the United States. He also fancied the topic of Surrealism in Photography because it suited his feelings of being a stranger in a new country. Abelardo Morell is a renowned Cuban-born photographer in the field of Contemporary photography, known for his invention working methods, including the use of a Camera Obscura that represented by Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York City. He took the Camera Obscura out of the past and bring it toward the future. The paper will explore Abelardo Morell’s life, photographic career, and discusses how the Camera falls into his career. Also, this paper will include an art critic reviews of his artworks. This paper hopes to give a reader an understanding of Abelardo Morell and Camera Obscura.
Although, his photographic works have been collected and exhibited in many museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago, the San Francisco Museums of Art, the Houston Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Victoria and Albert Museum. In 2013, his recent work began exhibiting in the Getty and the High Museum in Atlanta.
In addition, most people admired his works and his exhibitions at the many museums around the world. A filmmaker, Allie Humenuk made a documentary film, Shadows of the House. This film is about Abelardo Morell’s life, work, and…

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