Andreas Mcmuller

Andreas McMuller

Location: Italy

A universe of subtle emotions, always expressed through an impeccable technique and the meticulous choice of supports. The innate gift of knowing how to capture elegance through light that gently reveals sinuous roundness makes McMuller's visual narrative an exploration of sensations, feelings, states of mind: this is how passion, elegance, through his shots sensuality is personified by beautiful women whose features are often only hinted at, but whose character breaks up and excites. Even when the grave accent of violence on women becomes part of his register he does it with subtle wit and gives an image of the woman at the same time aware, intelligent and proud.
Born and raised in Italy in 1966, he has been a photographer since childhood.
His artistic language is characterized by the inputs he receives as a child from his cosmopolitan family: precision, cheerfulness, creativity and the ability to grasp the beauty everywhere stress its marked sensitivity. Despite the technical studies McMuller shoots for pleasure until 2011. The innate artistic vein is revealed in recent years through the elaboration of art photographs resulting from studies and experiments, whose value is recognized in the prizes received during the events of 'National and international art to which he is now invited. The main active projects are "McBlack", "McColor" and "McWhite", expressions of research on Aesthetics, Significances and the Essence of the female body, and the indispensable "Life Always Wins".
Dr. Leonarda Zappulla, art critic



In the gallery McBlack by McMuller, black is not a color that covers or hides, but on the contrary it is a blackboard, a background from which maliciously and elegantly emerge the sinuous looks of the female body with the precise intent to deceive the senses, to seduce the mind and thus to leave their mark in the imagination of those who observe them.


New pictures that cannot enter in McBlack because there is one color in the shoot and it is not b&w. But they could be wonderful anyway.