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  • The Boston Globe

    What’s up at Boston-area art galleries: In Simen Johan’s series “Until the Kingdom Comes” at Brown University’s David Winton Bell Gallery, his uncanny photographs of animals are not tame.

  • Barry

    Simen Johan. Johan’s images “depict an unsettling natural world hovering between reality, fantasy and nightmare. Johan merges traditional photographic and sculptural techniques with digital methods. Having originally photographed a variety of plants and animals in natural preserves, zoos, farms, museum dioramas or his own studio, the artist then resituates them digitally into new environments constructed from images photographed elsewhere.”

  • Ruben Martinez

    Insane animal photography by Simen Johan

  • Taliscope Inc

    ★☯★ Simen Johan Animal 7 #SimenJohan #Animal

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