This week’s photograph is part of Neil Winokur’s 31 Essential Items series which I first came across at Janet Borden, New York. His everyday objects, which include toilet paper, bread, a shaving brush, corkscrew and Chinese take-out box, are placed within an almost disco-like light-emitting plastic coloured background. The objects have slight shadows so of course are physically placed for their portraits but also appear to be floating within the colour fields – almost like a sticker. The photographs are a mix of the aesthetics of poppy futurism and contemporary food or product photography.

You can find Winokur’s profile at The International Center of Photography here

Find Winokur’s artists page at Janet Borden here

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AuthorSacha Waldron