Amir Zaki

ArtScene Magazine on Amir Zaki: Getting Lost

April 24, 2018 - Michael Shaw

"One wonders whether the grouping’s title, “Getting Lost,” far from being an allusion to discovering these entwined tree pairings on a haphazard trek, instead refers to the process that we undergo while navigating all the super-fine detail. It’s a pretty palatable way to get lost."

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Los Angeles Times Review: Amir Zaki

April 9, 2017 - David Pagel

The work of Los Angeles photographer Amir Zaki suggests that the world is too compelx a place for its nature to be conveyed in a single way or  by a single point of view. if truth and b eauty are to be discovered, as the ancient Greeks believed, a multilayered, many-sided approach is required.


Seattle Times Review: Amir Zaki

November 11, 2016 - Michael Upchurch

Buildings that don't behave like buildings. Water that doesn't behave like water. Trees that don't behave like trees.. The self-described "hybrid photography" of Amir Zaki nails the essence of the subjects he  captures on camera while also making them cryptic of confounding. Rules of perspective and spatial logic are frequently and ingeniously tossed aside. 

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