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Photography and Paper Sculptures by Alma HaserBorn (1989) into... crss





















Photography and Paper Sculptures by Alma Haser

Born (1989) into an artistic family in Germany, Alma Haser is now based in London and the East Coast. Specializing in carefully constructed portraiture influenced by her creativity and background in fine art, Alma creates striking work that catches the eye and captivates the mind.

Expanding the dimensions of traditional portrait photography, Alma takes her photographs further, using inventive paper-folding techniques to create layers of intrigue around her subjects, manipulating their portraits into futuristic flattened-paper sculptures.


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