inspiration: the beauty in the decomposing
Posted in artists, photographers July 31st, 2008 by piablog




Selection of images from the body of work by Brisbane based artist and photographer Joachim Froese. The collection is titled Rhopography – the word rhopos referring to ‘the trivial or mundane of daily life’. Although this exhibition of work is nearly a decade old, I have fallen completely in love with his art and will certainly be featuring more of it here in the days to come. Find out more about this body of work here. Joachim is represented by Jan Manton, please visit her incredible gallery here.


PS: I’m back in the blogosphere! I have been a busy bee with shoots, and have lots to tell. Posts about where I’ve been and what I have been inspired by have been forming in my head over the past few days that I can’t wait to share. I have to stay in le petit bateau all day today, awaiting a number of courier arrivals so in between catching up on housework and trying to relax a little, I will be stopping by here regularly. Expect a few posts today my dear, patient readers! xx

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  1. itsasne says

    welcome back!
    and nice to hear you are enjoying feist :)

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  2. sofia says

    beautiful artwork, I have a thing for decomposition and decay.

    Can’t wait to read your next posts :)

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  3. The Lil Bee says

    I had to do a double take…thought I was seeing these objects incorrectly. They are beautiful. It’s amazing that he can turn something that I normally wouldn’t even glance at into beautiful pieces of art.

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  4. jennifer says

    how beautiful.

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  5. nancy says

    i am anxious to hear….:)

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  6. Krissy says

    wow pia!! these photos are amazing. Glad you’re back!

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  7. mollie says

    i can’t wait to hear about your amazing adventures.

    love these photos, l.o.v.e. them!

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  8. tempestdelfuego says

    Thanks so much for posting about this photographer. It’s just what I needed to see.

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  9. raina says

    Gorgeous images!

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