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There is all life in Maddy‘s performance hosted by Aneli Abeyante at La Maison d’Aneli. There is astonishment, submission, seduction, dance, adventure, and even the exploration of futuristic environments.

Maddy’s images are hosted on one of the exhibition floors of the beautiful art gallery La Maison d’Aneli. The gallery offers different artistic choices, so I invite the visitor to explore, using the different teleports that facilitate the passage from one floor to another. It is, in fact, a collective exhibition, and for this reason, Maddy’s exhibition has no title.

It’s been a long time since I visited Maddy’s exhibition: her images have impressed me since the first visit to one of her galleries years ago and, since then, I had the pleasure to follow her expressive evolution.

One of the typical characteristics of her images is to combine geometry and photography in a harmonious dance. However, in Aneli’s gallery, this choice is less present, to leave room for new explorations of style and technique.
The artist does not use bright colors: the predominant style is gloomy, even if, in some images, a single brighter color highlights the details that Maddy wants to highlight.

The subjects are feminine: women different in character and experience, photographed in impromptu moments of life.

For an optimal gallery experience, I suggest you activate Advance Lighting Mode and set Midnight’s environment (or accept the region settings). These settings allow you to appreciate the projections and lights that are part of the exhibition. I also recommend activating the music during the visit, as it is harmoniously linked to the art gallery.
The gallery will be open until the start of November.

To learn more about Maddy, you can find her biography at the landing point.
All references are available on my blog post.



Maddy’s exhibition @La Maison d’Aneli

Maddy’s Flickr

My Youtube Video
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