Last updated May 23rd 2017
The charm of Amit Geron‘s photography lies in the way the artist portrays the essence of the structures he chooses to capture, and the value behind these spaces created within the world of architecture.
One can observe that Geron’s creative process stems from a desire to emphasize presence, textures and the finish of the materials through diversified depths. Geron found a way to infuse the relationship between an individual and pronounced 3D objects through the inclusion of people in some of his photographs.
By the time Geron finished his studies at the Bezalel Academy of Art, it was a struggle for early architectural and fine art photographers to be recognized. However, after two years, he managed to communicate his unique point of view by capturing the construction and dismantlement of colossal steel factories. There, he discovered his passion.