Untitled (Edinburgh Moon), 2018

A part of Daniel Dorsa’s Queen’s Lace series, Untitled (Edinburgh Moon) possesses a cinematic quality, transporting the viewer to this quietly powerful moment captured in Scotland. The work reflects his interest in conveying human connection within the vastest of landscapes. 

Daniel Dorsa (b. 1988) is a Brooklyn-based photographer who works across portraiture, fashion, landscape and visual reportage. A fascination with the cultural and aesthetic flatness of modern America permeates Dorsa’s work, which is tied to his upbringing in suburban Florida as a child of Cuban and Italian immigrants. Always present is a clever interplay between photographer, subject, light and place that emphasizes the richness of the human against an ever-looming backdrop of banality. Dorsa’s work has been commissioned and published by The New Yorker, The New York Times, New York Magazine, Vogue Mexico, Rolling Stone, Monocle, WSJ Magazine and Time Magazine, as well as by clients such as Herman Miller, Uniqlo, SSENSE, Levi’s, Atlantic Records, Airbnb and Matches Fashion. Dorsa’s first book, Paradise, draws together photographs made between 2017 and 2020 in south and central Florida, exploring isolation and environmental decay. It is available for pre-order with Pomegranate Press.

Archival pigment print
Edition of 25 

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$1,000.00