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Alice Zilberberg | Cover | Alice Zilberberg is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning artist, recognized by curators, collectors, and art patrons across the globe. Born in Tallinn, Estonia, and raised in Israel, she currently resides in Toronto, Canada. A graduate of Ryerson University’s Photography program, she began her artistic practice by painting: a verve which remains very much present in her digital works. The winner of numerous prestigious competitions, her accolades include 1st place in The World Monochrome awards, ranking as one of Magenta Foundation’s best photographers in Canada, and several of the International Photography awards. In 2013, she was the youngest artist to date to participate in the Waddington’s Art Auction. Her work has been displayed in galleries across North America, Europe, and Asia; she has been interviewed and featured in publications and platforms such as MTV, Breakfast Television, PHOTO+ Magazine Korea, and PhotoEd Magazine.
Sara Bianchi | The Nenets | Born in Italy in 1973, I have always been passionate about travel and photography. I love discovering new places and, above all, knowing the ways of life of people a bit far from my lifestyles. Every time I go to a place, I try to interact as much as possible with the subjects portrayed in order to obtain photos that tell the story of the people who shared with me a few moments of their lives. During the years, I have held many personal and group’s photo exhibitions. Several of my photos won prizes and received placements in national and international photo contests. My next challenge is to turn my passion in a job.
Larry Louie | Vanishing faces of Tibet | Dr. Larry Louie is an optometrist in Canada and also a travel and documentary photographer who has managed to combined his interests to promote the work of different charities around the world. In his optometry clinic, he works to enhance the vision of people from all walks of life in the urban core of a North American city. On his travels, he is a humanitarian documentary photographer, exploring the lives of remote indigenous people, and documenting social issues around the world. As an optometrist, Larry adjusts people’s visual perception. As a photographer, he seeks to adjust people’s view of the world. Either way, he is interested in things that exist outside the regular field of vision. Over the last couple of years, Dr. Louie has used his photography as a platform to high light the work of different charities around the world, along with other social issues and challenges people are encountering in a world facing rapid urbanization and globalization.
Vicky Martin | Not in Kansas | Vicky Martin is an award winning fine art photographer based in the UK. Although she studied art and photography in the 1990s it was not until 2008 when she was awarded a prestigious Rhubarb Rhubarb Bursary that she was able to pursue photography full time. Since then Vicky has had her work published and exhibited nationally and internationally: from Europe to the USA in solo and group shows. Her work continues to garner many awards and nominations, including Winner of the All About Photo Magazine Colors Issue 2018, Winner of the Single Image in the Professional Fine Art Category at the 12th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards 2018 and Winner of the Professional Fine Art Series at the 2016 Fine Art Photography Awards.
Bob Avakian | Menemsha Nights | Bob Avakian and his wife Gail visited Martha’s Vineyard for the summer in 1973 and it has been home ever since. He is a fine art photographer whose home is on an island, love of buildings as well as the nighttime hours has led his work to evolve as an exploration of the solitude of the night and the rural habitat. He has received numerous awards for his work, including: Photolucida Critical Mass 2013 Top 50 and awards in the Neutral Density Photography Awards and the International Photo Awards . This year he participated in Rfotofolio’s “Depth of Field” show at the Center for Photographic Art. In 2013 he was awarded a solo show of his night photography at the South Shore Art center in Cohasset, Ma. Bob’s work is in the collections of the Boston Athenaeum, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital’s permanent art collection, the Danforth Art Museum and other notable institutions. His photographs have been featured in Lenswork’s Seeing in Sixes, Lenscratch, Rfotofolio, Peta Pixel, and Dodho magazine among numerous others.On Martha’s Vineyard, Bob’s images can be seen at Granary Gallery in West Tisbury.
Constanza Portnoy | Life force : What love can save | My name is Constanza Portnoy, I was born in the 80’s in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At age 23, I graduated with honors in Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires. I started working as a Psychologist in the area of disabilities. I specialized in this field with my postgraduate studies and worked in ambulatory care centers, both private and public.At the same time, I started researching art therapy resources to promote a better quality of life and that’s when Photography crossed my path. I felt a deep love for that world that led me to discover a very powerful tool to communicate, fight, and urge social resistance.I am currently working on my Thesis of research, where I articulate Psychology and Photography, addressing the psycho-social impact and the recovery capacity of human beings in front of certain events with traumatic potential. I have published my work as a Photographer in various Argentine media outlets mainstream and independent. I have also published for International platforms works as a correspondent on the struggles for the rights of women and social resistances. I participated in individual Exhibitions and collective Exhibitions Internationally and Nationally.My photographs have been exhibited in Buenos Aires, Brazil, Mexico, Madrid, Italy, Dubai, Beirut, Chittagong, Paris, New Delhi, Tokyo, Hyderabad, Casablanca, Bangalore, Toulouse, Riyadh and Marseille.