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Founded in 2017 by Vincent Milner, Momentum is a contemporary fine art gallery dealing exclusively in fine art photography. Based in Miami Florida the gallery represents mid-career and emerging fine art photographers from around the globe. Momentum curates and produces exhibitions in both galleries and international art fairs in London, Los Angeles, Miami, Stockholm, Mexico City, New York, and Hong Kong.
With a growing list of international artists representing several continents, these artists embody a vast and varied range of contemporary styles of photography, engaging the genres of cinematic narrative, landscape, documentary, and portraiture while drawing from conceptual themes and abstraction. Their respective work explores contemporary expressions of photography as an artistic technique.
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NO SUPERHERO A NEW BOOK BY OLE MARIUS JOERGENSENOLE MARIUS JOERGENSEN No superhero is a series of work by the acclaimed Scandinavian artist, Ole Marius Jorgensen. The work features meticulously staged, cinematic photographs that depict seemingly ordinary situations which are then...
NEW ARTIST STEPHAN WÜRTHSTEPHAN WÜRTH Mometum is excited to exhbit the photography of German Artist Stephan Würth Stephan is a photographer originally from Germany who grew up between Munich, Texas and California. He discovered photography...
Alone TogetherAristotle Roufanis
Since 2016, Greek visual artist Aristotle Roufanis has been creating super-high-definition images of urban landscapes that are an intimate look into the lives of city-dwellers and their loneliness. The large composite images of his ongoing Alone Together series are the result of dedicated observation, as he photographs the cities he visits from dusk till dawn: after setting up his equipment on a high-rise or hill, the artist proceeds to patiently capture the city below click-by-click, in a process that can take several hours.
The starting point for this project was the artist's own experience as an expat in London a few years ago. His initial observations of people tending to feel isolated in big cities led to further research into the phenomenon of urban loneliness in modern societies. This revealed that the issue is so widespread that it is often described as an epidemic. In the US alone, rates of loneliness have doubled in the last 50 years; according to a survey, nearly half of Americans report sometimes or always feeling alone or left out.
London, Paris, Hong Kong, Miami, Athens: for Aristotle Roufanis, urban habitats and the loneliness of city dwellers are surprisingly the same wherever you go. By isolating only a few illuminated windows in each photo, the artist seeks to raise awareness about the epidemic of loneliness in big cities and at the same time take a positive stance about it. In his own words: "The bigger the city, the lonelier we feel. It is important for people to understand that although lonely, they are not alone. Individuality does not equal to alienation."
TENNIS FAN: A NEW BOOK BY STEPHAN WÜRTHSTEPHAN WÜRTH February 1, 2019
Tennis Fan, by German-born Stephan Würth, illustrates the photographer’s love of tennis over the last 10 years. In black-and-white images, the book captures Stephan’s life as a tennis fan, traveling to tennis tournaments, captivated by anything at all relating to the sport. A departure from his previous Damiani monographs Ikinga (2016) and Ghost Town (2011), Tennis Fanchronicles Würth’s passionate, near spiritual love of the sport. The photographs approach an almost ascetic devotion at times, in stark images of courts entirely absent of players. In other photos, crowds are shot in ecstatic mania over the impossible speed of the competitors. And, of course, there are images of tennis icons such as Roger Federer, head bowed as he leaves the court, trailed by smiling admirers.
Artwork of the monthDalen from Space travels by Ole Marius Joergensen 2015
In 2015 Ole Marius made the series “Space Travels” which was his rediscovery of his native country. It was a narrative driven by the feeling of being trapped in a place and yearning for a new adventure that is out of reach.
Fine art photography prints are avaiable in two sizes. Medium size 25"x 35" edition of 6 Large size 35" x 50" edition of 4. Each work is accompanied with a signed certificate of Authenticity.