Exhibition: May 8th – June 24th, 2017
is famous for his drama on the one side and the romantic on the other, in fearlessly capturing stormy atmospheric destructions and exposing us in his solo show of “The Inconvenient Beauty” to his photographs. Carrying us along closely and with his “Ultramatic” mindset, we don’t feel the danger; we don’t fear the noise of the giants. It leaves us surprisingly astonished, about the nature’s natural power.
We see that Hurricanes and Tornadoes both have the potential to cause destruction. A rotating funnel-shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground with whirling winds that can reach 300 mph, the world almost flips up side down. The damage paths of Tornadoes can be in excess of 1 mile wide and 50 miles long.
When Mitch takes these photographs, he is unable to measure time and space. When he is out photographing things are quiet and everything seems simple again with the obtain respect and reverence for the world that is hard to communicate through words. For him these moments happen when his exterior environment and his interior world are combined, when this moment allows him to hear his heart beat again.
After 10 years co-owning a French retail company in Paris, Stephane decided to change his life to become a photographer. He is an autodidact; he learned photography techniques in NYC watching the work of others, hanging out with the biggest fashion and art photographers in the city.
is represented by international galleries around the world and has been exhibited internationally, with a wide recognition of collectors and major art museums, for example the Museum of fine art in Houston, Portland Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and Cleveland Art Museum and has three published books.
Magazines such as National Geographic, Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSN, ABC News, The Economist, The Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, Wired Magazine and others have also published Mitch Dobrowner internationally.