Giacomo “Jack” Braglia shapes a new dimension in photography

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Jack is a young Swiss artist and photographer that lives in London. Through his passion for images, photography and art he has found a new way of using the photo camera to create conversations with the outside world through his inner emotions.
Giacomo Braglia

He makes photos became three dimensional using different materials and different shapes. Jack uses plaster, aluminum, iron and steel to build different shapes; inspired from the hellenic period such as busts, lips, feet, and more recently round shields and spheres.

Each one of his artworks unfolds a conversation with a new subject such as Africa, Reflections, IPad reflection, Winter and Animals. Jack with his “3D” photographs is able to send a very strong message and create a feelingful experience for any person looking at his artworks.

Jack has already done three personal exhibitions in London, Venice and Cortina d’Ampezzo with Contini Art Gallery. Jack also participated to ArtRooms in London. More recently has been invited at the Biennale of Venice 2019 in the Syrian Pavilion from 10th May.

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