YOUNG DREAMERS

"WE'RE A YOUNG PEOPLE, TOO VIOLENT, MAYBE A BIT 'OUT OF MIND, BUT THE ONLY THING THAT DIVERSIFY US FROM OTHERS IS THAT THEY THINK WITH THEIR BRAINS AND WE ARE MAD PEOPLE THAT REASON WITH THE HEART." (J. MORRISON) THE PHOTOGRAPHY TAKES US ON A VISUAL JOURNEY WHERE PHOTOS BECOME A NEW MIRROR TO READ THE LIVES OF MANY YOUNG PEOPLE” J.M.

Natalie O’Moore and John Kilar are two artists that show us how the art of photography are able to tell stories imprinted on film.

Natalie O’Moore is an American photographer, she has only twenty-three years old and she lives in Los Angeles. Her photographic realizations show with freshness the American reality in a story of the decadent locations like service stations come at dusk and young women on the roadside, where pictures beyond the ready-made world of youth. Her photos carry us in her dream, in an age of explorations and bottling of the spirit cheerful and dynamic contemporary.

She is fascinated by many elements of american culture and she explore the subconscious oh her child and teenager memory. Every girl portrayed in her works are a kind of self-portrait of different steps of her life. A diary that contains her experiences that give a cinematic feel to her creations.

Stories of young in their private bubble and in large private and open spaces, like in her photographic series “In the American night and Girls / Girls / Girls”. Her photos are exhibited in a international livel for example in Los Angeles, New York, Berlin and on magazines like ID. American Prayer and The American Night by Jim Morrison, they were a fundamental starting point for her. A foggy  and nostalgic vision that explore the meaning of the american dream in 2015. Swimming pools, laundries and tv screens and other still immortalize her young vision.

John Kilar is a twenty-eight photographer born in Istanbul and grew up in California. He began to realize his shots in Venice Beach, capturing the joy in experimenting with new people and environments, exploring the unknown, the vulnerability without expectations and without fear.

He has documented in his career the world of youth, with honesty and pathos, making travel from one artificial and aseptict world of places otherwise unreachable. The reality brought to light by Kilar are glimpses of new worlds, showing the daily life of marginalized groups and subcultures.

Documentary photography to  youth evasion sometimes shocking that show the frantic circus that is the American life. The photographer goes through the streets and photographing what appear in front of him, experiencing different realities and claiming certain aspects of city life combined with moments immersed in nature are what can make a great artist. His work documenting especially the festival, the atmosphere of billions people with different backgrounds and histories, based in an unique space to enjoy together the line-up of music.

The surrounding space during these weekends is visually fascinating, a great sense of community where the good vibes and energy of people enjoying themselves and go wild show the main stage of its work: the perfect union of nature and counterculture, in surprising compositions of misfits who stand out on natural landscapes. He wants his photographic work inspires people to flee their bubbles daily, to experience what the world has to offer. Her photos have been shown in magazines such as ID, Dazed & Confused, Vice, Oyster, Bullet, Purple and many more.