Dan Carabas / Dan Carabas

Director · Beauty · Fashion
Paris, Berlin
 

Dan Carabas / Dan Carabas

Director · Beauty · Fashion

Alte Schönhauser Strasse 9, DE, 10119, Berlin Paris, Berlin

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Award-winning photographer and film maker with a unique approach in capturing beauty with high-end aesthetics. His editorials have been featured in magazines such as VOGUE, GQ, HARPER’S BAZAAR, ELLE, amongst others. His commer ...moreial campaigns include clients such as GIORGIO ARMANI, RALPH LAUREN, MERCEDES-BENZ, LOUIS VUITTON, THE BODY SHOP, SMASHBOX, ZTE and UNIVERSAL MUSIC. His artistic work was exhibited at KUNSTHALLE WIEN and the GALERIE DURET in Paris, and he has been featured several times in the book series BLICKFANG – Germany’s best photographers.

Born in Romania, Dan and his family relocated to Germany during the 1989 revolution. He started his career as a photographer in Paris, where he lived from 2008 onwards, and developed his distinct profile in beauty and fashion, which he has now brought to film making.

Dan currently resides in Berlin. (show less)

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news featured by GoSee ART ‘METAMORPHIC SCULPTURES’ - multimedia artist DAN CARABAS presents NFTs you can touch in his art exhibition at Berlin’s Kühlhaus

Dan Carabas has brought together the physical and digital worlds in his art exhibition METAMORPHIC SCULPTURES, which took place at the end October at Kühlhaus Berlin – and more than 500 visitors attended the vernissage.

In his exhibition METAMORPHIC SCULPTURES, Dan Carabas, who is represented by KRISTINA KORB, deals with the distortion and transformation of the human body. By means of Shibari, a Japanese art of tying and draping fabrics, Carabas creates a paradox: while the ropes restrict the movements of the human body, it is the ropes that give the fabric its own dynamism and three-dimensionality. By deliberately altering the body, the sculptures become dehumanized and appear to the viewer in a trance-like state. This process was captured in photographs as a physical work of art printed on wood, and the random grain of the wood gives each final work its uniqueness.

Printing on wood creates a work that cannot be copied due to the unique grain of the wooden panel. This physical work...

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