For the love of blocks
In November 2019, I took part in an art exhibition in Auerbach, Germany, with the help of one of my friends, Lars Lambrecht ( larslambrecht.de ). I exhibited 5 photos.
My theme was Minimalism-Urban Perspectives.
The vernissage was also attended by the local press. A newspaper even dedicated a consistent article about the exhibition and all the artists who took part in it.
They also wrote about my work. It was just one sentence, but very eloquent:
" Alina Caramfil aims her camera at could, mouse gray high rise giants, in which inside, unobserved from the outside, life pulsates."
The fact that I was not present that day ( I had to work ) to explain why I chose this topic and yet the message was understood, for me was an extraordinary thing.
That's exactly what it's about.