Connie Imboden is one of the most known artistic photographer in the world - most of the major museums of modern art has at least one of her work. While we tend to feature young and relatively unknown creators, let's take a look at someone with over twenty-five years of experience.
Imboden photographs people - naked bodies in surreal motions, cut in half, disappearing and twisting into abstract shapes. Her earlier work focuses on those figures and correlations that enter our subconsciousness upon seeing it - the shots are much more distorted and edited. On the other hand, the work from 2011 and newer, while staying true to the style she worked on her whole life, introduces colour red and is more about straightforward emotion rather than mind tricks.