Collection of everyday objects as one single colour

Helga Steppan

These fantastic-looking images are the latest instalments from photographer Helga Steppan, which is on display this month at the Man&Eve gallery in London.

Her work is conceptually driven and often – as with See Through, the colours series – subject to pre-defined parameters that are documented through photography. Here, her possessions were arranged by colour and in accordance with classical compositional values.

In Belongings Apart, Steppan has invited her friends to lend her something they own which is transparent. These objects are presented as a large sculptural installation, shown together with photographs of the different locations where they previously belonged and a written piece by each owner.

It’s wonderful to see everyday products arranged as one single colour. Be long a part runs until the 29th of July. Click here for more details on the exhibit.