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Dinner Time by Bronek Kozka

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This image has been shortlisted for the Moran Photographic Art Prize.

This was shot in an amazing house, it was caught in a time capsule….the property was recently sold and the furniture sold off too, this shoot is all that remains. I wanted to look back, not through the rose coloured glasses we usually gaze back with, but to look at the tension that lies just below the surface. The 50’s and early 60’s have this all to perfect image, surface image that is…


  • Jo O'Brien
    Jo O'Brienover 6 years ago

    Lordy! The light on that brunettes hair is simply amazing. In fact, the light in general is absolutely stunning. You almost can’t believe it’s a photograph, it seems so much like a painting. Your models are in fact actors. The expressions are perfect. This has been so well put together. The styling is impeccable. Bloody brilliant

  • SKVee
    SKVeeover 6 years ago

    Bronek, sweet capture – this type of image was recently on show at the NGV from the Guggenheim, yours even more telling. I particularly love the boy/girl inquisition about to take place

  • Jo O'Brien
    Jo O'Brienover 6 years ago

    SKVee, you are referring the the Gregory Crewdson shot yes? I can see why, it’s that strong narrative that runs alongside the image and makes you question. It’s the relationships between the characters, it’s the amazing light, it’s the choice of colours. GAH! Love it.

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 6 years ago

    Fabulous work this is spectacular

  • emapearl
    emapearlover 6 years ago

    i love it. :)

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 6 years ago

    You know I dig this!!!!! – One day I want ot make images like this!?! OUTSTANDING WORK!

  • Cheri  McEachin
    Cheri McEachinover 6 years ago

    I have to say this is fantastic- I love everything about it.

  • Ronya
    Ronyaover 6 years ago

    This looks like a still from a (rather disturbing) movie. I would so love to press the play button on this to see more of the scene unfold. Amazing work.

  • LightMagic
    LightMagicover 6 years ago

    A live still-life, brilliant work!

  • Pilgrim
    Pilgrimover 6 years ago

    You are seriously a genius. The texture and atmosphere in these shot is just beyond belef. Absolutley stunning.

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