Miloš Götz found his way into photography by taking instant photographs. He quickly left the world of filters and started shooting without any post-production by simply converting the images to black and white. He uses lenses from old cameras like Helios, Pentacon and specially for ‘creative’ fun, Lensbaby.
Miloš mostly photographs women since he is inspired by female body and the beauty of its language. His style varies from glamour to erotic. He believes colours can sometimes be a distraction and therefore, prefers the photographs black and white.
Based in Czech Republic with studio in Znojmo and usually he is travelling around Europe during year.
London, The Camera Club 1885
Znojmo, Na Věčnosti
Barcelona, Valid World Hall Gallery - Art of Black and White
Belgrade, New Movement Art Gallery - Tom Bourdon choice
Barcelona, Valid World Hall Gallery - Art of Photography
Milan, MIA PHOTO FAIR - Minimalism
Berlin, BBA Gallery - Mostly Black
Athens, Blank Wall Gallery - Tom Bourdon choice
Venice Biennale, Palazzo ca'Zanardi - Memorable Portraits
Ljubljana, Ranikar gallery - Solo subject
Berlin, BBA Gallery - Mostly White Photography
Melbourne, Laurent Gallery - Less is more
Amsterdam, Qlick Gallery - Portraits
Sofia, Photosynthesis Gallery - Beautiful Imperfection