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This work stems from my personal desire to explore the emotional-affective relationship that has long linked me to the landscape of Eastern Veneto, more specifically that of the lower Piave, characterized, among other things, by the presence of a particular type of architecture, that of the so-called farmhouses, which form a fundamental and integral part.
Composition. It’s an inherent and integral aspect of the two-dimensional arts. In most art forms, composition is created by the artist. In photography, limited to using the visible world as its palette, 1 that composition must be discovered. The joy of that discovery, of finding beauty in juxtaposition within the frame, is what drives me as an artist.
Matching silence with rationality, color with too long shadows, contradicting the laws of perspective by going beyond reality. Waking up in a remote village in the middle of a flat plain.
Perspectives: Cologne is an ongoing series based on a change of perspective. The objects depicted are close-ups of utilitarian objects and art in public spaces. By changing the direction of view, the objects are no longer recognizable in their actual form and an alienation effect sets in, which is used to model the image.
After a career in clinical psychology and university teaching, I began photography late in life. (one-month shy of my 70th birthday). I always owned a camera before this time but rarely used it. In 2008 I started photography courses at The International Center of Photography in NYC and never stopped until ten years later.
I was born and raised in South Korea. Traveling has been a huge role in my life since I was young, which let me grow as a multiculturally influenced person. Going to places where I feel like a perfect stranger really encourages me to keep going on an adventure.
The series “Tales” is how I present all my travel and street photography work, and my main intention with these photo narratives is to express the Latin message of Carpe Diem. I think it’s related to waking up. “Enjoying life” is essential, and “taking care of ourselves” (eat, move, and rest the best you know) is part of waking up too.
He is a Flâneur. Flânerie, simply put, is an art of strolling and looking. In her 1977 collection of essays, On Photography, Susan Sontag describes how, since the development of hand-held cameras in the early 20th century, the camera has become the tool of the flâneur.
As you wake up to sort of morocco coming to life, and you drive a two hour journey through the desert as the sun is rising over the sand dunes… i saw landscape, humans and visual stuff that i’ll never forget. it was special
I like to explore the human condition and our relationship to the world around us. The world is multidimensional and we exist not just in a physical space. My images explore our relationship with the physical and spiritual layers of the world. The fragile human essence is at play with the many layers of existence.
The choice of the title "Images of the Subconscious" is no coincidence. Montes often finds himself photographing in the street, instinctively capturing images when something catches his attention. It's not he who seeks the photographs, but they who seek him. It's the images that compel him to stop, turn around, and press the camera shutter.
My long-term photographic project is included in what we call Street Photography, so popular and with so many followers in the world that it is internationally known by this english language term. Street photography was born with the appearance of manageable cameras that allowed photography spontaneous in public places.
How many years spent in this city. By now I know her well: years of work for Caffè Florian and its vernissages; the oldest historic café in the world, opened in 1720, in the years of maximum splendor of the Venice carnival…
Anton Panchenkov is a street, travel, and creative photographer from Russia, currently based in Kazakhstan. He is a corporate lawyer in his primary occupation but has been interested in photography for many years.
The project titled What You Do Not See, Unordinary tells the story of the City of Turin, my city, seen through the eyes of passersby. All photographs have been captured with a long exposure technique; in other words, I mixed then history of the city with my own history, my life experience. In fact, after five years spent fighting a disease, my artistic purpose is primarily that of representing the all too familiar feeling when, as a young man wandering through the city, one feels invisible, and yet still he is thoroughly involved in its daily frenzy.
Within the development framework of a project for the renewal and redefinition of our current democratic system, it is essential to tackle the problem of historical memory, especially in relation to the Spanish Civil War, by questioning the past and the present with a critical eye.
The invisible man was selected and published in our print edition 22. Unexpressed emotions, hidden from the eye of the crowd, waiting to be found, like a gold nugget in the mud, sitting, unattended but pulsing, pumping every second until someone could sense that vibe.
The ephemeral geometries of the shadows, sometimes complex, sometimes simple, exert a great fascination on me such as to push me to deepen this topic and create a project (started in 2019) where the shadows are in a sort of dialogue with the scene, able to free the imagination and create surreal and intangible images.
He discovered architectural photography late in life at the age of 30 when he was living in Guangzhou, China. During his numerous trips around the world, he was able to sharpen his vision and define his artistic style.
'London's Calling', is a documentary style street photography series dubbed, ‘an ongoing conversation’.  Starting in Summer of 2021, the images provide glimpses of London during the end of the first lock down and in the post restriction climate.
The light in November is very different in Milan and Florence than it is in Rome. The warm amber glow of the eternal city does not penetrate that far north.
The pristine and lively places of today are the ghosts of tomorrow. Chernobyl and its neighboring city of Prypiat are two of the few places on earth where we can see the largely unimpeded effects of time and catch a wider glimpse into the possible future of our now bustling cities.
In this recent work I have documented some episodes of street art in Naples which in recent years has been enriched with a lot of creations by Italian and foreign artists starting from the works of the French artist Ernest Pignon-Ernest
By necessity, choice or bad luck ... loneliness can take many forms. Whether it comes from punishment or, on the contrary, from a reward, it can go along with freedom, but does not hate disarray!
Gotham Visions / Second City is a portfolio of stylish, unsettling urban landscapes, a collection of dark, brooding night scenes shot in seemingly lifeless cities. Emmanuelle Becker’s imagery is cinematic and particularly influenced by American film noir and German expressionist cinema.
I made this body of work while wandering across the streets of Tel Aviv in the late summer nights. This is preferable time for a night bird like me. I try to reveal the magic which is over the city in the night -streets and moving objects look so different than during the day.
Recently I've spent a lot of time examining the ordinarily overlooked infrastructure of my home city, the stuff we take for granted as part of a functional urban environment.
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