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Since graduating from college for Applied Photography, April has been unable to nurture her artistic motive in Toronto alone. Her devoutness for travel and capturing the essence of the world around her, are principal influences that inspire and drive her work as an artist. She uses photography as a means of self-expression that allows her to work through her assumptions, ...Читать далее →
Алексей Михайлович Перевощиков родился 24 февраля 1905 года в селе Усть-Чепца Вятского уезда. Дом Перевощиковых стоял недалеко от реки по левой стороне нынешней улицы Ленина города Кирово-Чепецка и значился перед сносом в 1973 году под номером семьдесят пять. Улица в начале прошлого века именовалась Просницкой, затем её переименовали в улицу Свободы и уже позже она стала носить имя Ленина. В семье ...Читать далее →
A self-taught amateur photographer, Cath Schneider grew up in Africa. From the desert and dense forests of west Africa, the photographer has retained a profond attachment to wide-open natural spaces, to the animal world, and to the importance of origins. Sensitive to the intensity of gazes and to the emotion that an attitude or detail can generate, Cath Schneider has ...Читать далее →
Educated in New York City at the International Center of Photography in the late 90's, Greg Anderson remains a student of the craft. Focusing on technically impeccable photography, Greg captures compelling and fascinating imagery every time he steps behind the lens. Focusing on technically impeccable photography, Greg captures compelling and fascinating imagery every time he steps behind the lens.Читать далее →
Tigran Tsitoghdzyan was born in 1976 in Yerevan, Armenia. Since when he was very young he passed his days painting and drawing. He found his universe when he discovered the oil paints at the age of 5. Very soon he was noticed by Henrik Iguitian, an art critic, founder and director of Modern Art Museum and Children Art Museum in Yerevan. He ...Читать далее →
Dominic Harris's studio is based in South East London. In 2004 he won the British Journal of Photography portfolio award and more recently in 2011 won the London Photography Association bronze prize for portraiture in the show 'Let's Face It' and the SPS Prize award for most innovative print at the Royal Western Academy 'Open Photography' show. He has exhibited ...Читать далее →
Guy Marino creates art that centers around contradictions. Fusing original photography with cutting edge digital enhancement techniques, Marino relies on duality to form a distinct platform for his art. His large-scale archival digital prints mounted on plexiglass or printed on aluminum substrate feature a wide array of human subjects that come to resemble enchanted islands. In some works, compositionally split ...Читать далее →