The Fantastic X-Ray Photographs by Nick Veasey


British photographer Nick Veasey comes to the M.A.D.Gallery in Geneva to showcase the fantastic portraits he creates using radiographic imaging equipment, taking the x-ray to a whole new level. Nick Vaesey's works consist by showing the layers and composition of a range of items in fantastic detail, with everyday objects transformed from the banal to the beguiling.
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Nick Veasey

To create his images, Nick Veasey uses very slow film which allows for no grain and produces an extremely clear capture. Solid matter is penetrated and rendered ghostly and gentle, giving beholders a precious feeling that they are seeing reality afresh with a perspective they have never before experienced.
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Nick Vaesey on his works:
“The great thing about x-ray is that once you think that you know it, it comes and bites you in the backside and surprises you,” he says. “I often get it wrong. Everybody makes mistakes. And you learn by your mistakes.

The M.A.D.Gallery is exhibiting 8 images created by Nick Veasey: “Matchless Rider”, “Mitchell Film Camera”, “Decks”, “Airport X-ray”, “Typewriter”, “VW Beetle”, “Superman and Clark Kent” and “Lightbulb”.
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Airport X-ray

VW Beetle
Film Camera

Superman #1

Superman #2

Superman #3

Tipewriter


Matchless Rider

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