23 November 2013

PhotoMenton: Anamorphic Art of Claude Ingargiola

Isn't this fascinating! It's called anamorphic art and is the work of photographer, Claude Ingargiola. As you walk past the images they move from right to left or vice versa. Everyone is fascinated including this group of boys.

PhotoMenton continues until tomorrow. 


N'est-ce pas fascinant! C'est ce qu'on appelle de l'Art anamorphique et c'est le travail du photographe, Claude Ingargiola. Quand vous passez devant les images elles se déplacent de droite à gauche ou vice versa. Tout le monde en est fasciné, y compris ce groupe de garçons. 

PhotoMenton continue jusqu'à demain.


  1. Intriguing - a modern day Durer. (Apologies for the lack of an umlaut)
    Warm regards, Elizabeth

  2. Congrratulations to Claude who won the Prize of the Public Vote.

  3. It's hard from your photos to really understand how Claude Gargiola's photos appear in reality. I imagine it's the (plexiglas?) pyramids above the photos that induce the many reflexions and perspectives.

    I've visited Gargiola's website and while it is obvious that he masters the art of photography, his subjects are too close to the Riviera bling bling to touch me in any way.


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