Happenings: Atom Moore's 'Watch Portraits' Exhibition Is Coming To The National Watch And Clock Museum
Atom has built up his own novel style of large scale watch photography that separates watches to their components and realistic marks and afterward makes differing levels of reflection from that point. The subsequent images constrain you to take a gander at those components in an unexpected way, both all alone and as parts of the notorious watches from which they come. Molecule’s prints themselves are noteworthy items as well – each is around three feet square and printed straightforwardly on an aluminum sheet. The tones are overly dynamic and you get an extraordinary feeling of detail.
There’s a possibility you’ve seen a portion of these pieces previously. Particle had a show of his work in New York City back in 2015 and furthermore showed a few pieces in Hong Kong in 2016, however there are a lot of fresh out of the box new pieces that Atom made only for this exhibition.
Watch Portraits opens at the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania, on April 30 and will stay visible through December. For additional, you can visit the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors or Atom Moore online.