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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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PHOTOGRAPHICALLY, BETWEEN TRAVEL DIARIES AND PHOTOGRAPHY – Lise Sarfati, a photographic perception on the border between reality and fiction

An attentive woman, between feminine identity and geography Blending reality and fiction, her deceptively simple photographs contain an air of mystery that she captures using her camera to capture the intricacies of time and place. Her photographs, simple on first viewing, have a quality that come merging of portraiture and snapshot. She is currently represent by Rose Gallery in Los …

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COMMITTED AND INDEPENDENT, DESPITE HER HUSBAND – Martine Franck, the photographer who found a captivating way not to be silent

Being one of the few women of Magnum Photos What struck her about photography was the desire to understand and understand each other, a relentless quest for life. She longed to be recognized for her work, yet throughout her career she often found herself uncomfortable growing professionally alongside her husband. In 1970, in London they planned to stage her first …

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THE FATHER OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN PHILIPPINES – To feel Philippine culture one needs to see Eduardo Masferre’s photographs

A Spaniard halfway, between the bible and photographs He did not start that kind of work for profit, but just to earn a living as a portrait photographer. However, he found that to feed a family it was also necessary to work in the fields. Among his best photos, Mountain View, a size 28 x 35 cm 1950’s panorama gelatin …

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THE UNCONVENTIONAL ARTIST WITH INFINITE INTERESTS – Man Ray, casual but not indifferent photographer

What matters is the idea, not the camera His body ws buried in the Montparnasse cemetery, where you can read the epitaph: Nonchalant, but not indifferent. Le violon d’Ingres, one of his photographic portraits from 1924, depicted the naked back of a model retouched with marker strokes, a true creative genius in the form of two violin Effe. Born in …

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THE POETICS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC CHANGEOVER – Chema Madoz and the hidden face of things

Photographing the conflicting opposition between real and virtual From his point of view, objects have the same character as words: it is by creatively blending them together that he constructs his visual meanings. Born in Madrid in 1958, Chema Madoz https://www.famousphotographers.net/chema-madoz is a Spanish photographer well known for his poetic and surrealist black and white photographs. He studied Art History …

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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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