Never before has a rabbit’s behind looked quite so good than in the photographs of Elisa Noguera Lopez. Photographing all manner of fluffy creatures (with a person or two thrown in to mix things up) and set against bold backdrops, Elisa’s photo series Perhaps Finally Alone is just the right amount of hilarious and genius to have us all hooked.
Cleverly recontexualising people and animals as still-life objects by hiding their faces to conceal their identity and using small footstools to put a homely spin on the usual sculptural plinths of museums, what’s not to love?
Having only recently graduated from her MA in photography at the London College of Communication best keep your eyes peeled,as this girl is clearly a talented one!
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