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Patrizia Burra | Cover | Patrizia Burra, Master Qualified European Photographer, is an Italian professional photographer specializing in “Fine Art”. Winner of numerous prestigious international awards, she can be defined as a Master in Portrait and digital art. Patrizia, is one of the most prominent photographers in the contemporary Italian scene.When photography and painting meet, dissolving into each other, Fine Art photography takes shape. And it is precisely this fascinating expression of the visual arts that Patrizia Burra deals with, gathering consents all over the world.
Jeanette May | Curious Devices | Jeanette May is a photo-based artist using a critical, sometimes playful, approach to investigate representation. Early training as a painter is evident in her carefully arranged compositions and rich color palette. May’s photographs are constructed, staged, lit, and carefully considered. Her recent still life projects embrace technology, design, and obsolescence. May received her MFA in Photography from CalArts and her BFA in Painting from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She has been awarded grants, fellowships, and residencies from the NEA Regional Artists’ Projects Fund, Brooklyn Arts Council, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Illinois Arts Council, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and Ms. Foundation. Her work is exhibited in galleries and museums internationally, including New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, Toronto, Milan, Athens, Barcelona, and Shanghai. May lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her photography is represented by Klompching Gallery in New York.
Renata Dutrée | Pride And Prejudice | Renata Dutrée is a Dutch Fine Art photographer and former dermatologist, who creates classical Fine Art portraits and Still lifes. She is inspired by the great artists in painting and sculpture of the previous centuries, especially the Greek and Roman period, the Renaissance and the Golden Age. In the period following her graduation from the Photo Academy in Amsterdam (December 2019), she created series with a strong personal signature. She has won numerous international awards with her inclusive and intimate photographs (e.g. Lensculture, LifeFramer, 17th Julia Margaret Cameron Award) and her artworks were exhibited internationally. Dutrée uses light with references to symbolism, religion, art, and history. In her artworks she intertwines personal stories and emotions of the models with past experiences as a medical doctor. She explores ways to portray humanity in a different way, by giving space to expressing an inner life, one that is kept hidden and giving it significance and legitimacy.
Georgi Georgiev | Portfolio | My name is Georgi Yordanov Georgiev. I was born in 1986.I live in Sofia ,Bulgaria. I started with photography when I was in the University. I am graduated in Ecology in Sofia University, Faculty of Biology. During the expeditions and researches I started to take photos of the small animals and their habitats. From hobby photography become a way of living for me. I want to show the beauties of this hidden world in the way I feel it and I see it. I am awarded and finalist in many international photography competitions such as: Fine Art Photography Awards (FAPA); International Photography Awards (IPA); Neutral Density Photography Awards (ND Awards); One Eyeland Photography Awards; Motif Collective; Umbra International Photography Awards; BG Press Photo; FIAP, PSA, GPU – Gold, Silver, Bronze medals from different international competitions. My photographs have been published in many international web articles and curated web galleries. I also like to travel and love street and travel photography but my big passion is macro photography.
Takako Kido | Skinship | Takako Kido was born in Japan in 1970 and received a B.A. in Economics from Soka University in Japan in 1993. After graduating from the International Center of Photography in 2003, she remained in New York working as a B&W printer and retoucher. She returned to Japan in 2008 and currently lives in her hometown, Kochi. She has exhibited work internationally, at Foley Gallery in New York, USA, Sprengel Museum Hannover in Hannover, Germany, Noam Gallery in Seoul, Korea, Tagajo City Library, Miyagi, Japan, Marute Gallery, Kagawa, Japan, Newspace Center for Photography, Oregon, USA. Her work has also been featured in publications and web magazines including IL FOTOGRAFO, CLAN magazine, Musee magazine, PhotoVOGUE, Kochi Newspaper, NHK World-Japan. She was one of a Photolucida Critical Mass 2021 Top 50 photographers and also a finalist of Gomma Photography Grant 2021. In 2022, she received a grant from Women Photograph. Recently her work was awarded the 3rd place for VONOVIA Award fur Fotografie 2022 in Germany and selected for LensCulture Summer Open 2022 winner.
Niko Works | A Journey Through India | Ever since I learnt how to drive, I have been exploring remote villages of India to interact with people and cultures which are very different from mine. For this reason, photography has become a great excuse to take a deeper look and given me the ability to share these unique visuals with the rest of the world. Environmental portraits I believe are the best way to tell a person’s story as it not only emerges the viewer into the scene but also conveys what it felt like to be with the person in the frame. Therefore, since a few years I have been on a mission to document stories of people working in unique and challenging environments and those who live in close bond with nature throughout India. My journey so far has been life changing and I have had the opportunities to take some incredible and rare photos. Having the right approach and being able to communicate with most of the people in the language they understand has proved a great asset for me and helped me with my goal of creating one of a kind and impactful photographs