Looking Beneath the Surface of the Adriatic

photographer Miro Andrić
written by Iva Mostarčić


As early as photography was invented, the pioneers of its artistic expression, Henry Fox Talbot and Gustave Le Gray, promoted the idea that photography was a subjective medium which expressed a personal outlook on life. It was clear from the outset, practically from the first daguerreotypes, that the emulsion contained a high emotional and expressive potential. Starting from this premise – that photography is a highly subjective medium – we arrive at the conclusion that this medium is a projection of the inner essence through the exterior that surrounds it.