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A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution by Sonia Payes

A Space Odyssey-style evolution, is Alchemy (2021), a collection of 14 vibrant chromogenic prints. Each one reiterates the same basic composition and design, with Ilana’s avatar recurring indomitably across two orderly rows. 
Fragments by Anne-Marie Giroux.

Fragments by Anne-Marie Giroux.

Fragments is a project within a project. Since 2020, I have been working on an installation project entitled Drifts Drifting Phase II which will be presented at Espace Produit Rien in Montréal in April 2023. The installation proposes a questioning of human and artistic drift, theme that I have been exploring since 2014. Adopting a critical and mocking approach on the relevance of the very essence of the art object, I also question the relevance of being an artist, and particularly, the relevance of being a woman artist.
The surreal photography of Giovanna Viola

The surreal photography of Giovanna Viola

My current work arises out of a necessity for connection and communication, a feeling that was born when I moved to a country away from everything that was known to me - a different language, an unfamiliar culture, no friends, no family, but full of a million ideas.
Metamorphosis by Xuan-Hui Ng

Metamorphosis by Xuan-Hui Ng

Metamorphosis Project was selected and published in our print edition 22. Hokkaido is the second largest and northern most island in Japan.  It produces many agricultural products like potatoes, wheat, corn and soybean.  It is home to volcanic mountains, lush forests, rolling fields and expansive lakes.  The distinct seasons and significant temperature swings between night and day give rise to breathtaking natural phenomena like mist, frost and diamond dust. 
In memory of Peter Eleveld

In memory of Peter Eleveld

Photography has always been Peter Eleveld's passion. Some time ago, Peter couldn’t feel the excitement and creativity anymore and decided to leave the corporate world behind. He was always attracted to old camera’s and historic photographic processes and started working with the Wet Plate collodion process
Blue Vacuity by Eric Pijnaken

Blue Vacuity by Eric Pijnaken

The all blue photos are inspired by the colour blue of the the aether, represented by a Stupa in the Buddhist cemetery of Koyasan, Japan. The top of it is blue : the invisible ocean of pure consciousness.
From the figurative to the abstract by Peter Zarkob

From the figurative to the abstract by Peter Zarkob

This is how this project came about, "From the figurative to the abstract", a series of photographs that develops in two stages, confinement and post-confinement, and which attempts to capture how these events changed my way of perceiving reality.
Learning Mandarin and the Language of Lumens by Jacqueline Walters

Learning Mandarin and the Language of Lumens by Jacqueline Walters

When I began learning Mandarin little did I realize how it would inform my artistic vision. This became evident when I began to experiment with Lumen printing. With the former, I discovered how a seemingly endless permutation of lines, dots, and dashes written within an imaginary square formed meaning through simple and complex forms.
Visual meditation, The close embrace by Iveta Lazdina

Visual meditation, The close embrace by Iveta Lazdina

This visual meditation explores a grove of Silver Birches I frequent on daily walks near my home. Each image symbolically reflects my struggle to find balance amidst the turmoil of thoughts and emotions that arise when the forest's silence takes over.
Real vs Unreal by Kaushik Dolui

Real vs Unreal by Kaushik Dolui

Photographs of this trend create a reality that does not reflect reality, but prompted by subconscious, characteristics, the expression of unconscious fantasies. Something like unnatural, supernatural and mysterious.
Without Words by Bootsy Holler

Without Words by Bootsy Holler

The Without Words Project was selected and published in our print edition 21. Bootsy Holler is an artist living in Los Angeles, California she is best known for her work as a portraitist, beginning with intimate depictions of herself and her friends at the center of Seattle’s pivotal music scene during the early 1990s.
As I See It by Lori Pond

As I See It by Lori Pond

"As I See It” is a series that examines and reproduces the fact (according to neurological studies I've read) that our brains, as a survival mechanism, can only process a few things at a time.
Not Just a Series of Images by Asher Honish

Not Just a Series of Images by Asher Honish

Not Just a Series of Images is a photographic series that is a cross between a sociological field study and a lyrical fine-art project. The images depict subjectivity in visual truth in both the physical remnants of self-extension and intentional representation of altered claims of truth.
The World Needs a Superhero by Diana Cheren Nygren

The World Needs a Superhero by Diana Cheren Nygren

This series envisions young children as contemporary society's superheroes. Superheroes have long occupied a central position in American popular culture. Society turns to superhero narratives in times of unrest as a source of hope.

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Zoe Vassiliou; Between the magical and the mundane

Zoe Vassiliou; Between the magical and the mundane

My photographs are staged narratives in which I scout for locations, dress my friends and family, then photograph them in a manner that refutes reality. I am always chasing ethereal beauty, creating it if it isn’t there, and I like the tension between the magical and the mundane. I use costumes, light, color, movement, and reflective effects for a surreal and metaphysical quality.
The Robot Next Door by Nicolas Bigot

The Robot Next Door by Nicolas Bigot

Enhanced Human, Artificial Intelligence, Transhumanism, Robotics. Faced with these new technologies announced and fantasized, which bends will our societies take? Will we be able to distinguish between humans, augmented humans and robots?
Landscapes and self-portraits; Torn by Manuela Thames

Landscapes and self-portraits; Torn by Manuela Thames

Created from analogue landscape prints and some new and older self-portrait prints, I began creating this series of diptychs "Torn" shortly after the start of the Ukrainian war. These images are a representation of my own emotional reactions to the unfolding events because of family connections and family history that is tied to Ukraine
Met-esthisis; The dream is over by Ari Bafalouka

Met-esthisis; The dream is over by Ari Bafalouka

Met-esthisis (Μεταίσθηση) in greek means aftersensation. An image (usually a negative image) that persists after stimulation has ceased / a mental image of something previously experienced / an afterimage of a taste / of an experience.
Tithe Muse by Nicoletta Cerasomma

Tithe Muse by Nicoletta Cerasomma

Teresa Bandettini was one of the most talented eclectic woman of the XIX century. She was well known as the intellectual dancer due to her captivating and touching extemporization performances.
From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

From a Distance by Antonis Giakoumakis

This series of my photos, which has been captured in a photo book, is nothing more than an attempt to approach human moments that are most often done subconsciously. An effort that continues.
Beginning to die by Ana Leal

Beginning to die by Ana Leal

The work “Beginning to die” reflects on the physical and psychological aspects that women go through when their fertility naturally comes to an end. I started this project in 2019 when appeared the first signs that I was entering the climacteric, the period that women go through until they reach menopause, which is actually the last menstrual cycle.
Conceptual photography; Dissection by Kaushik Dolui

Conceptual photography; Dissection by Kaushik Dolui

The physical presence of blood and flesh is felt in nature as well as material substances also. If the skin cover is eliminated from all living beings, what we see? Blood and flesh is visible in the innermost part of every living body.
The specter of life by Marcin Mirosławski

The specter of life by Marcin Mirosławski

It is a metaphorical and allegorical journey through my self, but at the same time it is a universal story through metaphors and symbols, everyone can try to find themselves in these photos.
The Midway by Diana Bloomfield

The Midway by Diana Bloomfield

The Midway is an ongoing series which I began in 1998. These images of the North Carolina State Fair were made with a 4x5 pinhole camera and large format b&w film.
Paul Hulewicz; Inspired by Unpredictable

Paul Hulewicz; Inspired by Unpredictable

Inspired by unpredictable is because something unexpected happened and pushed me to make this project. My own life showed me in recent years how unexpected events and coincidences turned out to be like windows opened to new opportunities.
Yin and Yang by Yuliya Sudavnaya

Yin and Yang by Yuliya Sudavnaya

In this photo project I wanted to convey the ambiguity of human nature and the beauty of the unity of its opposite parts. In each of us there are such parts of the personality that we do not accept
Nikhail Asnani; Light painter

Nikhail Asnani; Light painter

When I performed and photographed this work I was in the mindset of longing to experience more friendships but also explore my romantic side in the LGBT community a little bit more.
Dancing shadows on the sand by Gibi Peluffo

Dancing shadows on the sand by Gibi Peluffo

Photographs taken on the beach of Albisola, Liguria, Italy. Starting from the concept of "Objet trouveè" - therefore without modifying the naturally found scene

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Silent Space by Marlou Pulles

Silent Space by Marlou Pulles

We live in a hectic world where attention to the things around us is sometimes fleeting and divided. There are many stimuli creating an immediate need to react, an instant gratification.
Ma Petite Fleur by Margaux Chopinet

Ma Petite Fleur by Margaux Chopinet

This series is everything to me, but also nothing. It’s “nothing” because I went against all my technical instincts as a photographer. I did it with only my heart and soul, not with lights and a camera.
(un)real landscapes: Los Angeles plays itself by Karen Constine

(un)real landscapes: Los Angeles plays itself by Karen Constine

Like the rest of the globe, the Coronavirus forced Angelenos to quarantine and shelter in place. (un)real landscapes: Los Angeles plays itself explores what a pandemic society looks like — otherworldly, unreal.
Berlin by Diane Meyer

Berlin by Diane Meyer

These images are part of an on-going series of hand-sewn photographs that were taken along the entire 104 mile path of the former Berlin Wall. Sections of the photographs have been obscured by cross-stitch embroidery sewn directly into the photograph.
In between by Changhao Li

In between by Changhao Li

Inspired by the aesthetics of Edo Period Japanese shikki (Lacquerware), traditional Chinese brush painting, William Morris’s wall covering design and the Chinese Gongbi pictorial style.
Transcendental tranquility  by Dirk Roseport

Transcendental tranquility by Dirk Roseport

Seas and oceans are central to the work of Dirk Roseport. With his Transcendental Tranquility - Oceans Project he makes a contemporary reference to a romantic tradition within painting: that of the artist/photographer shunning the turbulence of the 21st century.
A Study of Fragility by Camilla Gorini

A Study of Fragility by Camilla Gorini

Things that have been written about fragility, in a short but very intense text, by the young poet Martina Maria Mancassola are beautiful and poignant, and I would like to thank her for lending me these powerful lines and for giving voice and thoughts to my photographs.
The Hazel Collection by Julie Fowells

The Hazel Collection by Julie Fowells

Hazel was a beautiful hound with an extraordinary gift; she could sniff out a lost or discarded tennis ball lurking just about anywhere.  Down a cliff, up a tree, no matter how remote the location she would stubbornly bark until I acknowledged her hunting prowess. 
Pole Vault by Klaus Lenzen

Pole Vault by Klaus Lenzen

The series "Pole Vault" was created over three years during the annual Decathlon meeting in Lenzen's hometown of Ratingen, Germany. The photographer wants to present this aesthetic sport differently than the normal sports photography.
Solitude by Elio Ruscetta

Solitude by Elio Ruscetta

Since the pandemic has started, Elio felt a disconnection with the surrounding world and mainly between people. We have sadly begun unsure of the human’s contact, and we started to saw the others as a threat. 
The Girl Who Escaped and Other Stories by Joan Haseltine

The Girl Who Escaped and Other Stories by Joan Haseltine

Some years after losing my husband I decided to reinvent my life, so I purchased a small ranch in Montana and a camera, neither of which I knew how to operate. I began visiting small towns at night. A woman standing alone on the streets after dark with a camera naturally aroused suspicion and distrust in these old Montana towns.
The Embarrassment of Being Human by Aline Smithson

The Embarrassment of Being Human by Aline Smithson

The Embarrassment of Being Human considers mortality by examining our private discomforts and the detachment that humans have with their most primal self.

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10 Great fine art photographers

10 Great fine art photographers

The great fine art photography of Riccardo Magherini, Jeff Vyse, Stephanie Pfriender Stylander, Dragos Ionian, Aaron Sehmar, Alicia Moneva, Gianluca Micheletti, Polina Plotnikova, Antigone Kourakou and Margrieta Jeltema.
Sandro Giordano ; In Extremis (bodies with no regret)

Sandro Giordano ; In Extremis (bodies with no regret)

My photographs are “short stories” about a world that is falling-down. Each shot tells about worn-out characters who, in a sudden black-out of mind and body, crash with no attempt to save themselves.
Matilde Pernille ; Conceptual Photography

Matilde Pernille ; Conceptual Photography

This photo series is a collection of old and new pictures, taken between 2014 and 2017. The later years I have been drawn to a darker mood in my working, and it's not so clean either, like my earlier photography.
Dramagraphies by Michel Lagarde

Dramagraphies by Michel Lagarde

"Dramagraphies". A series of selfportraits of Michel Lagarde. I'm not a photographer in the customary meaning of the word. I'm not taking pictures of the existing reality.
Body Paint by Paul Roustan

Body Paint by Paul Roustan

Paul Roustan is an award-winning artist based in Los Angeles, known for his work in body painting, photography, and conceptual performance.
Homo Ludens 5000 by Jan Von Holleben

Homo Ludens 5000 by Jan Von Holleben

I once ruled the worlds. Not just one, but many. I ruled them with mirrors and lenses. I ruled them with light and shadow and time. Sometimes I ruled with a trick of the eye.
The human soul by Dominic Rouse

The human soul by Dominic Rouse

Dominic Rouse was born in England in 1959. His career began in photojournalism in 1977 and has progressed through various stages into the world of fine art.
Timelapses ; Gavin Heffernan

Timelapses ; Gavin Heffernan

Though Gavin has only been timelapsing for a few years now, the hobby has quickly escalated into a passion. His unique work has been featured in numerous publications and television broadcasts around the world, including National Geographic, Huffington Post, CBS News, WIRED, The Los Angeles Times, and many more

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Absence of Being by Susan Burnstine

Absence of Being by Susan Burnstine

Susan Burnstine’s Absence of Being is a subtly indelible photographic exploration of the philosophical yet emotive belief that although we exist in the perpetual present, the traces of the past persist in the here-and-now, however much they seem to be effaced.
Black Earth by Gerasimos Platanas

Black Earth by Gerasimos Platanas

Black Earth is a collection of photographs between 2016 and 2020, a time period during which the ancient Greek literature, mainly the lyric poetry and the theatrical tragedies, the works of Friedrich Nietzsche (The Birth of Tragedy), as well as the literary work of Hermann Broch (Death of Virgil) they influenced me in this series in terms of form and atmosphere.
Silence of breath by Yoko Naito

Silence of breath by Yoko Naito

Once we all,  animals and humans - lived in harmony on the same land. Animals stayed on the land and adapted. Whereas we, humans, left this land to build our civilizations.
Anja Matko ; String of life and other works

Anja Matko ; String of life and other works

Inspiration for this series she got from her own life and situations that was in at that moment. This series is about life, searching for the right path in your life, the obstacles you have to overcome to reach your goal.
Canned food by Anne Mason-Hoerter

Canned food by Anne Mason-Hoerter

This is my personal project from my isolation series. I noticed on the first day of our countries quarantine, a surreal frenzy at the local supermarket for canned goods.
Still….

Still….

Love cannot be defined. It is both an essential part of the human experience as well as an entirely personal one. It mutates through time and our relationships with different people. It unites and divides us.
Self-portraits; I’m not here by Lise Johansson

Self-portraits; I’m not here by Lise Johansson

I’m not here is a series of self-portraits photographed in an abandoned hospital. The project is a reflection on mental illness and about identity in a state of transition. 

True Fiction by Nashalina Schrape

True Fiction by Nashalina Schrape

This project attempts to make sense of a world that can at once be beautiful, uncertain, fragile and frightening. Like fairytales, I hope my photographs inspire awe, otherworldliness, and mystery.
Aquabeads by Bruno Militelli

Aquabeads by Bruno Militelli

In this photographic series it’s intend to show the subtle interaction of only two elements of nature, feathers and drops of water. It is the inherent ability of birds to repel water that keeps them dry, their feathers are naturally impermeable.
The Aesthetics of Serendipity! By Raju Pedadda

The Aesthetics of Serendipity! By Raju Pedadda

What is “chance?” Chance is the occurrence and development of events in the absence of any obvious plan. Chance events are good, bad or neither. Good is referred to as “serendipity” and bad being “unfortunate.”
Isabelle Zezima ; Culinary Photography

Isabelle Zezima ; Culinary Photography

Isabelle Zezima is a french photographer living and working in Paris. She grew up near Fontainebleau forest and went to the capital for studying arts and photography in Paris 8 university.

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