Nazar Furyk, from the Simple Things series, 2018

Nazar Furyk often refers to nature and the things surrounding him in his photographic practice. He captures or, more frequently, arranges everyday still lives and landscapes, combines artificial objects and the natural environment, and cultivates deliberate precise chaos of things. Not manipulating the image, he designs the very “reality”, which he then captures.

This artwork is located at Kirkby Gallery, The Kirkby Centre, Norwich Way, Kirby, L32 8XY. Venue opening times: Monday – Friday 10am – 5 pm; Saturday 10am – 1pm; Closed Sunday.

  • Lucas Gardner
    Posted at 14:16h, 28 April Reply

    Rocks have been here long before us and will survive long after we are gone: this photograph captures an instance of great immortality.

  • Wendy Blakemoore
    Posted at 06:01h, 29 April Reply

    Wave worn smooth, boulders to pebbles. As it should be, awaiting time lapping to sand.

    Not that louder crashing, not that.

    When Ukraines’ rhythm returns, let the waves wash Putins rubble into grains on our skin.

  • Keira Astle
    Posted at 10:00h, 29 April Reply

    A great way of capturing immortality and infinity in one photograph. Rocks have always been here before our time and always will be after our time has passed. Another way to show how beautiful rocks can be in their natural environment.

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