Microsculpture by Levon Biss

Microsculpture by Levon Biss

Stunning Macro Photographs of Iridescent Insects Composed of thousands of images British photographer Levon Biss in a collection entitled Microsculpture presenting insect specimens from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. “Created through a collaboration between Levon and the Museum, this series of beautifully-lit, high magnification portraits capture the microscopic form of insects in striking high-resolution detail. Displayed as large-scale photographic prints up to 3m high, the Microsculpture project provides the viewer with a unique opportunity to study and appreciate this hidden world.”

Levon Biss is a British photographer born in London. For the last 20 years, Levon’s photography has continually developed and his curiosity has seen him work across a number of photographic genres including reportage, sport, and portraiture. He has exhibited in print shows around the world and his work is permanently housed in a number of museum and private collections. During his career, Levon has received numerous awards and in 2016 he was presented with a Fellowship to the Royal Photographic Society.

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