I happened upon this gallery and photographer through the online magazine Exit which I find really helpful when looking for inspiration. But what is it with this photographer, Juergen Teller's recent exhibition at the Lehmann Maupin Gallery. Don't get me wrong I really like his work and find it intriguing and interesting. However, with his current exhibition which is taken in a museum, his whole set of images are wonky! Does he not have the horizon tool in photoshop!! I'm being facetious. I am guessing this is considered and intended. But why would you do that? Is it to create tension or interest? The angle of 'wonkiness' is actually consistent throughout his set of images. It is off-kilter sufficiently for the viewer to notice and to give the viewer the impression it is intended. But I just don't know why? Why would you intentionally want wonky horizons in a photo which is full of lines, patterns and angles.
Any answers on a postcard to . . .