In a visually crowded world we see many photographers trying to convey multiple things. A simple style of photography can seem very appealing in such times. In ABC Art by Zuka Kotrikadze, simplicity becomes the ultimate form of sophistication.
In this set of images, Zuka showcases a rejuvenating ocular break from the constant pool of clutter that we encounter every day. Architecture, symmetry, and human singleness are some of the attributes that come alive in the ABC Art series.
By using a minimal amount of compositional elements, Zuka allows us to breathe in the calmness of the photograph and interpret it as we understand it.
Kotrikadze doesn’t overlook the hidden opportunities around him. Through his work, he displays an outstanding dominance of minimalistic techniques, where geometric patterns, colour blocks, and open spaces come together re-imagined.
Zuka is a 21-year-old artist based in Tbilisi, Georgia. He enjoys showing the simplicity of life and nature through his smartphone camera. To see more of his signature minimal work visit his profile, here. For more on minimalism, have a look at “The Iceland Series” by Lesley Brügger. ?