Charlie Engman


    • Male

    About the artist

    Lives and works in New York City

    Interested in the manner and in the material in the method rather than in the middle, Charlie Engman uses photography as a way to explore color, shadow and our perception of space. With a great deal of curiosity and eagerness to express feelings, this photographer of Chicago used the camera as a tool to implement your ideas, always attentive to everything going on around relating to art.

    His work is based on placement, the overlap and the material and, for him, everything that appears in a photograph is important, any detail. He approaches the style of the paintings of Cézanne in their concern about filling the space, the importance of seeking the best approach to telling a story. Aware that the eye sees what it wants, its function is to capture their attention long enough.