2020 was a strange year. Starting off as self-therapy to cope with nameless solitude, this body of work evolved into a documentation of 10 odd weeks. 10 weeks that didn’t line up with any other weeks before. Like a “Lost Spring”.
Alexander Kilian lives and works as a still life and fashion photographer in Berlin. His photographic work is characterized by the precise combination between structures and colors captured together with the playful use of light and shadows. His photographs are always highly composed and arranged but still contain the feeling of a snapshot, almost like he’s stumbled across an immaculate plant or table already set up.
22.5 x 29 cm