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PHOTOGRAPHY, BUT WITH A WOMAN’S EYES – A Norwegian photographer traveling through Iran and India

Elisabeth Meyer, one of Norway’s first photojournalists This is the story of a little girl born in Tønsberg in 1899, and she will introduce you to a Norwegian lucky enough to have received a camera from her father as a gift. The tenacious and curious girl came from a wealthy family, but she lost her father at an early age. …

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TO COMBINE PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART – Maria Saggese and the art of making the invisible visible

Enlighten creativity with light Light Painting explores all that is hidd from human eyes. Conceived for her, she discovers occult and evocative meanings; her photographs are an open door to the invisible. She investigates beyond superficiality, probes the essential, seeks beauty.Through her skilful evanescence, and light makes the invisible visible. She is an original photographer. Maria Saggese https://mariasaggese.com/ tuned her …

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THE FRIENDLY WORLD OF A PHOTOGRAPHER – Andreas Darwins Triadi, the icon of photography in Indonesia

Explore and create photographically, as a spirit and a lifestyle His journey into photographic expressiveness is know for being able to show something different. In Kohn, Germany, in 1990 he presented a slide of his at the Photo Kina International Competition.  He showed his work in an international magazine in 1990, but his interest in photography dates back to 1979. …

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THE INVISIBLE PATHS OF HUMAN PRECARITY – The use of photography as a practice of memory

If the universal is the product and synthesis of ordinary things She is a contemporary Indian photographer living in New Delhi. Trained in painting and applied arts, she then transferred her creative interest to photography. In 2011, she was award the most important Canadian prize for photography. https://photopaper.world/produkt/photopaper-23-24-gauri-gill/. After earning a BFA in applied art, as well as a second …

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TO DISTILL A FEELING, CALM THEM ALL – Jungjin Lee, the mirages of the mind and a desert where to look at yourself

Before taking pictures, you need to feel the abstract atmosphere where you are Experiences with ceramics, painting and calligraphy helped to influence his approach to photography. Born in Korea in 1961, she started photographing in the early 1980s. She is appreciate for her photographic work printed on handmade mulberry paper. She loves to create photographic landscapes that mix traditions of …

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ILLUMINATE THE INVISIBLE AND THE INAUDIT – Why photography must be a solitary art

A way to channel loneliness and isolation Born in 1987 and raised in Bambang, Xyza Cruz Bacani https://pulitzercenter.org/people/xyza-cruz-bacani studied nursing before leaving the Philippines to help her family financially. Over time, thanks to her expertise and photographic sensitivity, she became one of the Human Rights Fellows of the Magnum Foundation. The photographs she made, especially inspired by her experiences as …

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GIRL IN A MIRROR – 70s faces: gritty, poetic and elusive

Photography: a form of art in the pictorial era She, born in Melbourne in 1949, had studied photography at Prahran College with the absolute determination to capture the life of suburban gangs full of violent tomboys. Carol Jerrems https://www.portrait.gov.au/people/carol-jerrems-1949 spent the last months of her life in a hospital, where she died just before she turned 31, on a winter …

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BEGINNING WITH A FEELING – Nadine Rovner and the tradition of the staged photograph

A fine art photographer, between Philadelphia and New York City Look closely: all the protagonists of her images seem to be mask, almost hyperreal; more than photographs, they are staging that explore a world. Her way of photographing dates back to the way the camera was use in the 19th century. The scenes created by Nadine Rovner https://www.nadinerovner.com/ find nourishment …

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REVOLUTIONIZE OUR WAY OF LOOKING AT IT – Why some Renaissance images become famous

In the workshop of painters and photographers,  from Raphael to Kubrick By typing https://www.rinascimento.com/at-de/, you will have the opportunity to discover a Renaissance collection, letting yourself be dazzle by its bold colors. Instead, by entering https://www.keblog.it/foto-sembrano-dipinti-rinascimentali-accidental-renaissance/, you will learn that there are people who share photos of Renaissance paintings. The Renaissance art of Ventiko, a socially committed artist https://www.vice.com/it/article/bm5q5q/ventiko-fotografie-quadri-viventi-renaissance-presentation-social, takes …

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PHOTOGRAPHING DURING THE PANDEMIES – The defining photos of a pandemic: stories behind them

Keeping creativity flowing close your home From one day to the next, and this has always been the case, people have lost not only their means of subsistence, but also the certainties of their daily routines. The widespread impact of any pandemic has always hit hard, taking people’s daily lives by surprise around the world. Even the photographers have reacted, …

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