BBA presents "The Color of Absence", the first solo exhibition of the US artist Fran Forman in Berlin. In her impressive compositions, Forman reveals the paradox of our digital age - isolation in a globally networked world.
Inspired by Edward Hopper's social realism, her photographs transform familiar environments into isolated landscapes that capture the fragility of human relationships.
Each of Forman's images is a personal story that reflects the elusive nature of modern life. In the process, her play with light and shadow conveys stability and offers hope in the midst of longing.
Fran Forman's "escape portals" guide us to rediscover human connection. With her background in sociology and therapy, she brings a deep understanding of social change.
The BBA Gallery had the privilege of discovering Fran Forman through the shortlist of the BBA Artist Prize 2022.