Adam Moskowitz is a talented photographer and classically trained musician, who was born in 1989 and currently based in Los Angeles, CA. Over the last seven years, Adam has been developing various new photographic techniques, abstracting light to forge a distinct and powerful visual analogue to music.
Although the most abstract of the work in immediate appearance, Moskowitz’s exhibited photos, for example Counter-Form Inorganic Seattle I, are all digital double-exposures of concrete architectural forms. And although they might hark back within the photographic tradition to the Soviet avant-garde, even some of the work of Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Moskowitz’s real touchstone is not so much within the visual arts, as within music: he is both a photographer and a violinist who studied at the Berklee School.
Adam Moskowitz is also the curator and co-owner of Moskowitz Gallery in Los Angeles, where his Counter-form solo show will be exhibited opening June 12th.