Marvin Leuvrey’s photography explores hyper-capitalism, future realities and technological excess


In an age where the transience of social media gives rise to artistic creations that are aesthetically pleasing but conceptually lacking, catering to short attention spans and quick moving feeds, the work of Marvin Leuvrey is refreshingly well-rounded and developed. Initially inspired as a teenager by the seminal styles of cinematographers such as Robby Müller and Christopher Doyle, he later drifted into photography, getting to grips with the medium during his studies at ECAL in Switzerland. Coupled with his interests in future realities, hyper-capitalism and mankind’s complex relationship with technology, he began shaping the thematic foundations of his practice.

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