Your Majesty the Queen is a series that came up to life after two years of grief due the loss of my mother to cancer. I was very close to her specially during the time of the illness up to the point of becoming her mother.
It explores the mission of orbiter “Rosetta,” which set out in 2004 to investigate a comet named 67P. Rosetta reached the comet 10 years later, in 2014, and sent back detailed information about the comet before ending its mission by hitting the comet’s surface in a controlled maneuver.
What’s hidden behind appearances, behind clothes or even behind that skin? It’s the skin as an envelope, an interface that made me wonder and naturally brought me to the psychoanalytic concept of «Moi–Peau».
Robots that serve and protect or destroy; monsters that emerge from the sea; aliens that arrive from faraway solar systems; superheroes that fight crime and unimaginable evils; wizards that orchestrate fellowships; heroes and villains that clash in galaxies far, far, far away
Inspired by the Caravaggio’s dramatic ‘chiaroscuro’ style of light and shadow, was based on “a whole set of techniques that are the basis of photography”, I tried to recreate the feel of classic still lifes in my pictures.
The Shakespearean character of Ophelia is immensely complex, and unlike other characters, reveals social dynamics that describe the underlying reality of an entire era. At no time does this fragile adolescent set out to follow her own will
In this stagnant space, in this gap between eras, Greek landscapes look bizarre, cut off the real world, pending for their unknown fate, as a visualization of the inner state of their inhabitants. The horizon is hidden, preventing us to see what’s yet to come.
Light Landscape presents a series of photographic works by Francesco Candeloro in which the “landscape” is the protagonist: visions which are pure and silent thanks to the lack of any human figure in them
During last year, I traveled several times to the most Western part of my home country – Kaliningrad region. This land has a strange and mystical history. Before the World War II it was a part of Germany.
I´m not interested in illustrating my time. Illustrating the reality of my time is limiting, it does not liberate me. I see no point in adding to the plethora of largely negative images of our time’s tragedies.
My work revolves around loneliness, even solitude, so many and varied. Loneliness is also the realm of photographers. For if love belongs to the poet, the novelist’s fear, loneliness belongs entirely to the photographer.
The Yonder Series traces a poetic visual narrative along the Amtrak Crescent line from Penn Station in NYC to New Orleans in Louisiana. The thirty-hour train journey induces deep reverie and contemplation.
Two people meet each other by chance. They have different lives, different views on life, their own habits. However, nothing stops them from falling for each other and to building their own world full of freedom and creativity.
A vicious circle. A perpetual motif, whose beginning may be in the photo shooting, in the previous unanswered question that I had raised or in the phrasing of the question itself. A paradoxical, a tormenting process.
My work is an infinite going on of pictures that are all explaining the same. The characters will always been put in an new space with new impulses and new colors.Olympe’s dance experience helps her to achieve a different photographic vision.
The stories of the street are mine,the Spanish voices laugh. The Cadillacs go creeping now through the night and the poison gas, and I lean from my window sill in this old hotel I chose,yes one hand on my suicide, one hand on the rose.
I have worked on “The land” project for the last one and a half years. All photos in the project are my self-portraits. I took photographs in vicinity of the town where I was born and live to this day. The project is a record of my emotions to the place where I have my roots.
Our Nocturnes series began as an experiment, an adventure, a collaboration. A pinhole camera-maker and a wet-plate collodion artist collaborated to produce mammoth plate tintypes, echoing the work and process of the early survey photographers.
This art Wonderful because it involves the creation of unique images, i like this arts ( photo manipulation art and surreal art , conceptual art). This arts blends reality with illusion to create something truly remarkable.
Francesco Sambati was born on 12 February 1981 in Lecce , a southern Italian city, more precisely in the southern-most area of the region known as Puglia. He currently works with full-time photography
I’m not sure if Brenda Sherman had come from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Athens, Corfu, Milan or Delhi that day. Or if maybe she had been on my flight from Madrid. Probably not: The pick up guide would not have been there waiting for her.
There are places that emerge in front of us as a direct expression of our own mood. Nature becomes a manifestation and pure expression of our own feelings, transcending the materiality of the elements that compose it.