Susan Huber

Susan Huber’s art is mindful of the poignancy of absences, and the raw sophistication in the geometries of the built environment. The ghosts of complex histories and uncertain futures wander through her frames.  She practices analogue, film-based photography, often printed using Platinum/Palladium for its depth and warmth. Huber’s work is found in private collections in Europe, North America, South America and Russia.

“I work to capture the mysteries inherent in all landscapes. My camera seeks out quirky undertones: I look for subjects that are unguarded, close to nature, and still agreeable to the idea of magic.”

Forgotten Places
Forgotten Places

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