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Ex-Chicago-based photographer Francois Robert, born in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, is renowned for his commercial work. His fine-art photography is equally provocative and covers a wide range of subjects from evocative Polaroid transfer prints, to candid street and travel photographs, and still-lifes. Among Robert’s publications are GRAPHIS (article) 1979, BEFORE AND AFTER (book) 1981, A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AMERICA ...Читать далее →
Swedish artist Fideli Sundqvist has conceived new additions to her 'papercut' series entitled 'still life', a collection of images imitating foodstuffs composed of paper arranged as if in a classic still-life photograph. sundqvist replicates meats, cheeses, onions, fish and lemons in rudimentary 3D forms, using bright colors and a deliberate diagrammatic aesthetic. other pieces also part of the opus include 'plaza', capturing artificial ...Читать далее →
Cihan Unalan talented commercial photographer from Istanbul, Turkey. Photography for me started with the sole purpose of creating my own artworks of my toys when I was younger. Today, I shoot for global and local advertising clients in Istanbul but shooting the 'heroes' that I grew up with is my favorite habit that stuck with me to this day.Читать далее →
Jayne Surrena is a Philadelphia Artist who has graduated from the University of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing and Master of Arts in Teaching the Visual Arts. Jayne’s work appeals to multiple audiences. Jayne has shown with galleries, museums and in art fairs nationally and worldwide. She also works with architects and designers on ...Читать далее →
Antonio Strafella was born in 1982 in Lecce, Italy. He was drawn to photography at a very young age when he furtively discovered his father’s Hasselblad. His education began at the Art Institute of Lecce (Istituto Statale d’Arte di Lecce), where he earned a diploma in Graphic Advertising and Photography. ??He later furthered his studies in Rome specializing in photography at The ...Читать далее →
Javier Riera‘s photographic light projections make a round treetop look like a mazed cube. Riera is currently exploring the harmonious relationship between geometry and landscape, using geometry to change our perception of the scenery and objects we thought we knew so well.Читать далее →