Art is not what you see, but what you make others see


The greek philosopher Plotinus said that “Beauty comes from the symmetry of the visible parts, one relative to another, and each in relation to the whole, therefore, the beauty of all beings is their symmetry and their measurement” The work of the photographer Julian Wolkenstein explores this in the Symmeytrical Portraits, a beautiful series of images in which facial proportions and symmetry are the masters.wpid-julian-wolkenstein04-2011-03-9-08-36.jpgwpid-julian-wolkenstein03-2011-03-9-08-36.jpgwpid-julian-wolkenstein02-2011-03-9-08-36.jpg


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