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A VISUAL POEM THAT TALKS ABOUT AN INDIVIDUAL

The photographic portrait that captures the soul of the subject Even in both digital and film, he admitted his preference for the latter. His photographic style was influenced by Robert Frank, Eugene Smith and Henri Cartier-Bresson; it is from the latter, one of the first photographers to use the technique of the decisive moment, that he drew inspiration to develop …

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THE ART THAT IMMORTALIES TIME

When a photo fully represents a moment The art of photography is a way of expressing one’s vision of the world and communicating it to others through images. There are people who have left memorable phrases about that kind of passion. For Diane Arbus, photography is like tiptoeing into the kitchen late at night and stealing cookies. Henri Cartier-Bresson believed …

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NEW AVANT-GARDE CURRENTS – Alfred Stieglitz, photography as art

Gallery 291, a reference point for modern art His photographs were tools for exploring its expressive potential in relation to the other arts. In Europe he has the opportunity to get in touch with the debates that animated the photographic circles. Back in New York he creates the magazine American Amateur Photographer. From 1902 he opened his first galleries, hosting …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PERSONIFICATION – Niccolo Cosme and the brotherhood of men

Promote social awareness with photography He began a career in photography in 2001. For those who don’t know yet, he is an inspiring, sensual and disruptive photographer. Born in Cavite in 1980, Niccolo Cosme https://www.niccolocosme.com/ is a Filipino photographer based in Manila, Philippines. The son of a screenwriter and television director, he entered a reality-based singing competition. By adapting to …

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THINGS YOU WANTED TO SAY BUT NEVER DID – Geloy Conception, that is, none of us or all of us at the same time

It can be me; it can be you If you asked him something about him, he would tell you that since 2017 he has lived taking photographs in the United States. Photographer born in Pandacan in 1992 and based in San Francisco (California), Geloy Concepcion https://www.geloyconcepcion.com/ knew the chaos of Manila from a very young age, when he started making …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE HUMAN SOUL AND SWEAT – Ilaria Facci, between Art Photography and Self Portraits

Photographic atmospheres, between mannerism and symbolism In her photographic works you find flesh and blood that dance creatively, on the verge of collapse. The artist, human rights activist and traveler, Ilaria Facci https://it.ilariafacciart.com/ was born in Rome in 1982. After suffering from retinoblastoma and losing her left eye, she moved to Buenos Aires with my mother and sister. In 2000 …

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THE PHOTOGRAPHER OF RURAL JAPAN – Hiroshi Hamaya, famous Japanese photographer of the 20th century

To capture and investigate a conclusion, with own eyes Hamaya Hiroshi https://www.shashasha.co/en/book/hiroshi-hamaya-photographs-1930s-1950s , one of the foremost Japanese documentary photographers of the 20th century, was born in Tokyo in 1915. After his aeronautical photographic experience, began documenting his hometown inoriginal way: from the sky and the streets. Interested in traditional customs of people and the climate of the region, in …

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SIMPLICITY AND PHOTOGRAPHIC IMMEDIATENESS – Max Dupain and his desire to give life to the inanimate

Photographing Sydney’s emerging modernist architecture As a gift, he received his first camera in 1924. Born in Sydney (New South Wales, Australia) in April 1911, Australian photographer Max Dupain https://www.maxdupain.com.au/ developed a photographic style aimed at the use of geometric shapes in architecture and industry. From his first photographic shots, his attention was attract by the opportunity to use the …

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THE MAN WHO PHOTOGRAPHS THE SOUL OF POWER – Platon Antoniou and the photographic art of mental sharpness

When a portrait defines who you are photographing He has exhibited his portraits in the most famous photo galleries in the world, worked for a periodical of American politics and culture, shooting portraits for many newspapers, even winning the first prize of the World Press Photo Contest 2008 https://www.amazon.com/Platons-Republic-Platon/dp/071484408X. Living part of the system in New York, he too used …

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A PIONEER OF COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY – Fred Herzog, a foreshadowing of 1970s New Color photographers

A pioneer of the first color street photography Like the characters painted by Jan Vermeer, those he photographed also perform gestures and actions of daily life. The publisher Hatje Cantz published Fred Herzog-Modern Color in 2017 https://www.amazon.com/Fred-Herzog-Modern-Color/dp/377574181X, a volume with over 230 of his color photographs. His first professional recognition came in 2007 with a retrospective exhibition at the Vancouver …

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