Photographer Alberto Bernasconi Watches People Watch Art

Photographer Alberto Bernasconi Watches People Watch Art

Although photographs aren't allowed in all museum spaces, Alberto Bernasconi still manages to capture people looking at and interacting with art in them. The Milan-based photographer captures scenes from moments of museum-goers at the museum, creating images that combine the works on display with their spectators. All of his work is unstaged, and his subjects are real visitors. As Bernasconi creates and presents a record of these interactions, we are introduced to a new perspective of art being perceived by people.

[via Flavorwire]

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