Max Moldau: Moony

Max Moldau: Moony


“Moony” is a series of self-portraits illustrating my fascination by the Moon. It is an homage to Femininity, to passing Time and to all the moons.In the times when new companies emerge, telling us that their mission is to conquer the Moon, unlock its mysteries and resources, i want the Moon being protected from such greed. We need its mysteries.

Max Moldau is a czech photographer and visual artist, currently living in Berlin, Germany. After years of living abroad Moldau has discovered the universal language of photography, translating since then her perception of the world, her dreams and also her search for identity and home into photographic images. Fragility and playfulness are important features in her work that is highly intuitive. Her imagery ranges from very real to surreal, from fine art to conceptual, often using self-portraiture.

Website: maxmoldau.com

‘Moony’ was the Black & White Conceptual Series of the Year 2nd place Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018.

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

© Max Moldau: Moony / MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018 winner

‘Moony’ was the Black & White Conceptual Series of the Year 2nd place Winner in the MonoVisions Photography Awards 2018.


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