Photography by Cristian Stefanescu seen at Oxford, Oxford - Monochromatic #10
Photography by Cristian Stefanescu seen at Oxford, Oxford - Monochromatic #10
Image credit: Cristian Stefanescu
Context & Credits
Item Monochromatic #10
As seen in Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

Monochromatic #10

Photography by Cristian Stefanescu, as seen in Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom


Price varies depending on size and does not include transport. Ultra HD Photo Prints On Aluminium Dibond, arrive Ready to Hang

Item Details
I like to use as starting points the elements already created in our reality, fragments of nature or made by human hand. I like to retouch or restructure the images I am taking, by altering the angles and relative lengths, joining structures or spatial symbols into a combined representation of matter, just as I like to reorganise my thoughts, in order to be able to change my perception, or better say my interpretation and while doing so I add new forms or perspectives to each thought.

Black and White Abstract Geometry, Limited Edition Digital Photograph.
Ultra HD Photo Prints On Aluminium Dibond developed on matte Fuji Crystal Professional Archive Maxima photo paper. The matte surface prevents glare; surfaces are laminated with a UV protective film that makes them resistant to light.
Arrive Ready to Hang (integrated wall-mounts on the back using aluminium rail rectangle).
Please note that in situ images are purely an indication of how a piece may look.

Meet the Creator

Cristian Stefanescu

Cristian Stefanescu

London, United Kingdom


I believe in energy, I believe everything is vibration, we, in our human state of being, thoughts, our creations as a direct result of our ideas whether it is a table or a chair, a painting or a photograph.
I believe that, no matter what an artist wants to say, no matter what he or she wants to transmit, eventually it is you, as the viewer, as the observer who fundamentally assigns the meaning of each object or artwork, and by doing that you determine the effect of that assignment as positive or negative, like or dislike.
Your conscious willingness to observe an artwork is translated into an unconscious willingness to observe if you harmonically resonate with the vibration of that particular artwork. Furthermore, when you allow yourself to vibrate sympathetically with the vibration of the artwork, when this synchronicity happens, you get a good feeling, a positive effect, and implicitly you appreciate the work.

Available for commission/custom work