The surreal and mysterious world of Noell Oszvald

Black and white photography can be quite a challenge for an unskilled photographer. It is considered the purest form of photography and, in the hands of an inspired artist, it can transform reality.

The 23-year-old Noell Oszvald managed to do exactly this: she gave reality a different form and feeling. The Hungarian artist possesses a unique photographic style where minimalism conveys a certain mystery to the objects in her photos, a mystery that pulls the viewer in. Her self-portraits let us know little of her, however, they reveal a part of her soul. The mysterious shapes she uses to paint a macabre atmosphere with, acknowledge an inner sensitivity that is hard to find in today’s artistic world.

Looking at her images, it will be hard to believe that she only started photographing a little over two years ago. With each photo, she invites the viewer to create their own interpretation of reality, based on what they see. ‘I don’t want to tell people what to see in my images’, she told in an interview on My Modern Met. ‘This is the reason why I never really write any descriptions other than titles. It shows what I wish to express but everyone is free to figure out what the picture says to them. It’s very interesting to read so many different thoughts about the same piece of work’, she concludes.












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About Author

I am a 31-year-old Romanian writer who graduated from the University of Helsinki with a Master's in Social Psychology and is currently in the process of transition from a full-time nurse to a full-time writer.I appreciate the life in Finland because it has given me the tools to dig deeper into my obscure personality and produce better writing. My poetry has been published in Red Paint Hill Publishing and Vraeyda Literary.I am currently a full-time member of the Helsinki Writers' Group based in Helsinki, Finland.My passion for art started in my childhood and peaked in 9th grade when I discovered Surrealism and the works of Salvador Dali and Renee Magritte. I appreciate everything that is beautiful and ugly but especially all things out of the ordinary.

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