Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

 

We love showing you street artists who push the boundaries of their art-form to the max, and Herbert Baglione does just that. For 15 years, this Brazilian artist has produced shadowy installations on the streets, in galleries and in abandoned places all over the world. His work merges the disciplines of sculpture, graffiti and fine art photography in an unexpected way – drawing inspiration from objects, shadows and light. Creepy or creative? You be the judge.

His ‘1000 Shadows’ installation series began in these spooky, subterranean chambers and expanded to a collection of locations across Europe – including the in France, where Baglione occupied a 16th century church and an abandoned psychiatric hospital. Given their delicate arrangements, the works are temporary and fragile, designed to live on in the images he creates even after they have been disrupted.

 

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

Abandoned Installation Art by Herbert Baglione | Yellowtrace

 

“The ‘reading’ of these places allows me to take the shadow to a unique path, which usually feeds and broadens the discussion because it brings light to the abandoned environment, and so I put the name of this series as ‘The path that the soul takes’. The idea for the name came from a conversation I had with my brother (William Baglione) about the places to do these installations. It is as if the soul is leaving an invisible trail on these places.” – Herbert Baglione.

Each photograph is a scene is taken from the artists wild imagination – wheelchairs drifting off into nowhere, forgotten shoes by the side of the bed, painted shadows creeping from underneath doors representing the souls that once walked these now-abandoned halls. Herbert Baglione, his brother and photography partner William Baglione are likely to continue with this “1000 Shadows” series around the globe. What creepy underground secret will he reveal next?

 


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