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WHEN A PHOTOBOOK BECOME POETIC AND NARRATIVE POSSIBILITIE – Dayanita Singh, a journey between photo book, biography and fiction

The photographic skill: concentration For some old-school folks, the correct way to buy a book is by heading to the bookstore. Their magazine section in the back is always packed. Since 1953, Bahrisons https://www.facebook.com/bahrisons.booksellers/ is one of Delhi’s better-known bookstores. Underwent a renovation, now making their upper section roomier and easier to browse through. Try to find something by photographer …

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THE VISUAL CHRONICLES OF A PICTORIALIST PHOTOGRAPHER – Stefano Bricarelli and the eyes of memory

The heroic times of photography, in the memories of one of his masters In 1921, he was one of the founders of a Piedmont’s group association for artistic photography. He had bought his latest camera, a Leica CL, in 1973. In 1981, following health problems, he retired to private life. In 1997, his daughter donated his photographic heritage, consisting of …

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AWAY FROM STATIC POSES, LOOKING FOR AN ANTICONFORMIST STYLE – Richard Avedon, one of the great masters of photography

When photography filters life through the light of style Located on the Lower East Side, it was founded in 1974 by a brother of photographer Robert Capa. Museum, school and research center that revolves around photography, the International Center of Photography in New York (ICP) https://www.icp.org/, awaits you to show you practice and understanding of photographic art. Not surprisingly, Richard …

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THE SICILY OF AN EDITOR, IN STILL IMAGES – Enzo Sellerio, neorealist photographer and poet of disenchantment

A concrete commitment, as part of the Sicilian reality after World War II. Among his publications are books about traditional Sicilian artifacts. His black-and-white photographs depicted public aspects of Sicilian life. There is the world seen from Sicily in his photographic shots, where he captured the wonderful images of the small streets of Palermo, where the children of Kalsa with …

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A VISIONARY EXPLORER OF TWILIGHT ZONES – Bill Henson: When photographs are romantic painterly tableaux

Male and female, between youth and adulthood  His long-term relationship with a Luminism painter has been as mutually influential on their art. His aesthetic features by his use of chiaroscuro lighting and blurred backgrounds. He carefully employing light, as if it is a tool to highlight drama.  Born into a 1955 October day in Melbourne (Australia), Bill Henson https://www.facebook.com/BillHensonArtist/ studied …

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FICTIONAL SCENES AND REALITY-BASED LENS – Cristina de Middel: Blending documentary and conceptual photographic practices

Disenchanted with photojournalism shaping of public opinions A few years ago, the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid https://www.museoreinasofia.es/en hosted a large photographic retrospective of Luigi Ghirri https://archivioluigighirri.com/, an Italian photographer who through two hundred images recounted a vanished Italy, that of the seventies of the twentieth century. Spanish photograph Alberto García-Alix https://www.albertogarciaalix.com/en/obras/self-portrait/ is instead a condensed images that tell tragic …

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A PHOTOGRAPHER WHO WRITES – Ferdinando Scianna: To capture a certain way of seeing things

When photography becomes the story of a human story 13 kilometers from Palermo, overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea and dominated by the mountains, Bagheria awaits you, a city that preserves a large amount of villas built in Baroque architecture. Palazzo Butera https://citbagheria.it/palazzo-butera/, aristocratic residence of 1658, is the most visited by tourists. Villa Cattolica, built in 1736, houses an art museum …

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REMEMBERING AN 20TH CENTURY PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHER – Mary Devens, pioneer of Modern Photography

A pictorial photographer of the early 20th century Cambridge has its own identity and charms. From the world-renowned Harvard University to the city’s many squares, whether you’re interested in history, art or just want to experience the city’s wealth restaurants. Its Mount Auburn Cemetery https://mountauburn.org/?cache was the country’s first garden cemetery and it is filled with artwork and landscaping. Famous …

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THE LAND OF SIENA, WITH THE EYES OF A PHOTOGRAPHER – Stefano Vigni, long-term documentary photography and reportage projects

Stimulate imagination, through vision of reality All around the stench, the churches of San Domenico and Santa Maria dei Servi, but also small streets full of shops, where you can taste the Sienese cantucci, obviously accompanied by a good glass of Vin Santo. Looking for shops with cheaper leather goods, go to Via delle Terme, where at number 20 and …

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PHOTOGRAPHING THE POVERTY THRESHOLD – Stefen Chow, the photographer of the to be poor

A mountaineer father, photographer of social processes At dawn, the light here is extraordinarily clear, perfect for photographing. China is an ideal land for capturing beautiful photos. There is a market dedicated to photography west of Beijing, a place where you will find cameras and all the accessories you will need. At the end of your day, just when the …

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