The Hospital Club is thrilled to announce that Marco Sanges’ iconic photography will go on exhibition in the Hospital Club Gallery. Wunderkamera by Sanges will be on display from Friday 6 – Monday 9 October, with a Private View on Thursday 5 October.
Marco Sanges is an innovative photographer from Rome who has exhibited worldwide. He has worked for Vogue Italia and Dolce & Gabbana, and published on several art and fashion magazines including Vogue and Sunday Telegraph.
His iconic photography has been inspired by the sequential nature of cinema, in particular the luminous black-and-white films of the silent era. Every sequence tells a highly personal and multi-layered story. Seeking inspiration from Surrealism and the Visual Performing Arts of the 20s and 30s, Sanges’ work traces a narrative of imagination and desire. There is also an enchanting, yet dark side to his work, an intriguing depth that appears to be destined to highlight the drama of life.
Sanges has collaborated with Gunther Von Hagen and Munich Opera and his work is in the permanent collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts U.S.A.
His new body of work, Wunderkamera by Sanges, is inspired by Max Ernst and the Surrealist movement.