The cinematic black-and-white nightmares of Arnau Blanch

By Brennavan Sritharan

With his stark black-and-white images, Spanish photographer Arnau Blanch takes us on a journey into the recesses of our minds.

Projects such as Veneno and Fantasmas use photography to connect how we experience places with our subconscious.

Veneno (‘Poison’) was shot between 2008 and 2014; it is set in the jungles of Colombia but, rather than photographing the lush foliage and spectacular canopies, Blanch examines a sinister landscape in which anything can — and does — happen.

There are images of sex, weapons, the latent threat of violence; everything is shot bure bokeh, a style in which extremes of contrast echo the extremes …read more

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