“I would like my dreamlike photography to convey to the viewer the same feelings of joy and peace that I feel,” says Italian photographer Carla Sutera Sardo.
Carla Sutera Sardo is an Italian-born photographer. She started photographing during university (majoring in law). She simply bought a camera and started photographing everything she liked, people, landscapes, objects, etc. Eventually, she realized that she preferred to photograph people and her dreamlike photography career kickstarted from there.
Creating Dreamlike Photography That Stands Still Over Time
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Communication between female bodies and landscapes
Carla’s father had a lot of influence on her creative career choice because he loved taking photographs. She’s also very fascinated by the imagination of Wes Anderson and photographers like Tim Walker. After she discovered her passion for dreamlike photography of people, she ended up focusing on women. Carla especially likes the communication between bodies and landscapes.
Winner of the “State of the World” prix de la photographie
At the moment, Carla is waiting for an exhibition as the winner of the “State of the world” prix de la photographie (photography prize). It was supposed to start in Paris and travel to all continents but for covid everything is stopped. Before that, her works have been exhibited and kept in private collections in China, Paris, Florence, and London.
To see Carla’s latest photographs, visit Saatchi Art >
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