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Bronze in Fine Art/Abstract
Aerial Abstract Series DOTS
Using old fabric I create circular objects and capture them in with a
drone creating abstract visuals.
Michal Zahornacky is a visual artist working with photography and the human figure. He is currently based in Slovakia.
As a photographer, he tends to promote an artistic approach to each genre he focuses on. He sits his work somewhere near the thin line between reality and fiction. In recent years, he has been inspired by topics such as identity, dynamics, traditions or the body.
Michal’s photographs are strong and focused, with few details pointing towards specific thought or emotion.
2021 1st place winner FAPA – Fine Art Photography Awards in category: Architecture, project CLOSE
2019 2nd place winner FAPA – Fine Art Photography Awards in category: Abstract, project Curves
2018,2017,2016 Nominee, FAPA, category: Fine Art, Conceptual, Fashion, Portrait
2017 Honorable Mention, IPA, category: FineArt Portrait
2017 Top 10 FEP Awards, category: Illustrative photography
His work ensured him exhibitions at galleries in countries and cities like Shanghai, Beijing (China), Paris (France), Bratislava (Slovakia), Krnov (Czech Republic), Belchatow (Poland). He received many awards for his works such as 1st place FAPA, Fine Art Photography Awards winner in category Architecture, for his project CLOSE (2021), 2nd place FAPA Awards winner in category Abstract, for his project CURVES (2019).