The work of the young photographer shows the enchanting nature. He’s inspired by green landscapes more than white backgrounds. Vladimir shoots with an A7R II camera the most remote corners of the earth and invites us on a journey along the meridians.
Born in 1996, this Genevois of Serbian origin hastily interrupted school to devote himself to photography. Not the wisest path, but certainly the most liberating. In any case, youth and wisdom rarely agree! He began correspondence courses in Zurich, then disappeared a year later, with a diploma from the Swiss Institute of Photography in his pocket, to discover the world in ISO. Our Big Switzerland of course, but also Mozambique, Iceland, and many other countries.
He eventually returned to Geneva where he presented his first book called Next World at the age of 19 years old. Roughly 200 copies of the book were printed and brought together a selection of breathtaking panoramas that were photographed during his various expeditions. The book was a great success, which eventually led him to exhibit his work at several art galleries. Vladimir Tisma understood that photography is now a popular media that anyone can use so when it comes to his exhibitions, his prints are in a big format to enhance the quality of his technique. He is a dream pedlar and gives birth to powerful scenes with hues as vivid as his imagination. Whether he stands at the foot of a metropolis or in the middle of the bush, this loner constantly seeks emotion, contemplates the ephemeral and triggers the immutable. If nature is in a perpetual movement, one must be armed with infinite patience to apprehend the appropriate moment -Click- It is said that loneliness is an art and patience is a virtue. A relevant photograph is not just a beautiful subject or a good camera, it’s a footprint. You need a Big heart to achieve this.
May I invite you to come and admire this promising artist’s works of art at the Bal des Créateurs. The exhibition will last until end of January. Denmark, Norway and Iceland are in the spotlight. In the meantime, you can always have a look at his website.
Photography © Julien Herger
Exhibition until the end of January 2018
Rue de l’Arquebuse 25, 1205 Geneva
Tue, Wed & Fri 10am-7pm; Thu 10am-9pm; Sat 9am-6pm