The Fairy Tales of Abandoned Places

The greek photographer Lena Siopi from Thessaloniki has a special affinity: taking photos of ruins and abandoned places: homes, hospitals, factories, hotels, train stations… Inside these places she stands for a while and wait. For the air noises, the whispers of the souls that have passed through. Then she starts

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Poetry in the dark

Maria Serra’s images are always dark, tragic and dramatic as they depict a constrained, oppressed and fragile femininity. However, the composition and the use of unusual props lend them a poetic quality. As so, they tell the stories of the inner world of the artist. Maria is unafraid to show

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Pieces of Ralf Opiol

Creativity. Spontaneity. An innocent child. A mysterious man. A creator. A medium. Ralf Opiol is all that and more. Just like his mixed-media art, he is the combination of many things. You see the pieces but you never understand fully the whole of them. For an artwork, he tries various

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Sea of Serenity

The common purpose of art and science is to find the truth. That’s what Bernd Walz has been doing for all his life with photography. As a scientist Bernd Walz used photography only for documentary purposes to find the truth of nature. Since almost 12 years he has been enjoying

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The Composed Environment by Johan Lowie

It is strange that basic dry shapes suchs as triangles, rectangles, circles can convey much emotion and feelings like the ones in Johan Lowie’s works. In this series, the almost geometric landscapes are based on “The golden ratio”. Different shapes, mass and colors are harmonised with composition. The sceneries in

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Into dreams

Combining a variety of photographic techniques, especially multiple and long exposure, Gus takes us into a magical journey into the depths of his imagination. Using fine-arts techniques, mixed with modern photographs, his images are multi-layered, simply executed, and visually delightful. Soft touches of color give his creations a dreamlike atmosphere.

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Varvara Pershyn and her clear blurriness

In the 1980’s, after attending art school, Varvara Pershyn began showing still life oil paintings in a gallery in Soho, NYC. However, by 1988, as a single parent, she found she could not continue with her painting, and began making small collage artworks. In the recent few years, with her

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When an image is a story

Hardship and joy. Victory and loss. Peace and war. Pedro Mesquita has witnessed all through his life as a radio reporter. But words alone could not help him tell the stories he wanted to tell. Then came photography. With his lens, Pedro Mesquita seeks, above all, details and listen to people, to

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When someone does a journey

This is how a folk song by Matthias Claudius begins. What almost Alexander von Humboldt in 1799 and since then countless tourists have been driving to the island of Tenerife can only be circumscribed by desire and curiosity. This also came over the photographer Stefan Zimmermann of these series of 21 infrared-stylized images. Tourist

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Centrum mundi by Rui Morão

They are places. But we don’t know where, as there is no horizon. Still they reflect the world, even without much context. They are places that we occupied. In time and space. Things happened around us. Things we have left in this world, which becomes the world of Rui Morão.

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Stillness in the flow of time

Minimalism, both as a philosophy of art and life, has deeply influenced  George Digalakis’s work. He draws inspiration from various objects: the sea, the sky and from his emotional response to them. It is in the simple feelings that they evoke – vastness, quietness, tranquillity, symmetry, and balance—in that he finds

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The human theatre by Johan Lindell

For Johan Lindell from Sweden, life is a theatre, we are actors and the world is the stage. So we participate in this eternal play both consciously and unconsciously with our own expressions, feelings and movements. However, unlike normal theatrical plays in which things are repeated each day, in this play of life,

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Life in Far East

In this series, Dino Morri, an Italian photographer, takes us to Far East. To the countries of the sun, of humidity, of abundance. With his dramatic style, he shows us the colorful life of these exotic lands and above all, sheds some light on the human conditions of the people

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The Daily Psychedelic

This color series by Jack Savage is indebted to his record collecting past, and love of Psychedelic and Progessive music from the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Again – as a certified Adobe expert in Photoshop CC – Photomanipulation again features heavily. His intentions were to push the boundaries of

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Inside Ligin Lee’s dreams

They are surreal. Yes. Because they come from the dreams of this interesting Taiwanese artist – Ligin Lee. And those dreams reflect her feelings, her emotions, her subjective experience of life. For a picture, she uses several photos of her own and blends them with multiple manipulation/montage techniques to achieve

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A different reality

The Italian photographer Domenico Masiello has been creating another reality from the reality with his digitally edited B&W photos. He usually takes out architecture landmarks and makes them extremely three-dimensional. By doing so, he gives them different emotional connections than what we used to have with those monuments. His photos

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The strokes of Nguyễn Vân Chung

This special artist is from Vietnam, graduated from the University of Fine Arts in Hanoi. His focus on Abstract art has been all along as it allows him to express ideas and emotions stemmed from his subconscious mind without any limits.  What special about Chung’s paintings is his clear composition and

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In the realm of moods

Judith in den Bosch started taking photos about 6 years ago. In the beginning, her subjects were just light, shades and the sea. Then she discovered the power of photo editing and her world has become bigger with endless possibilities, and her love for poems and painting came together. Amazingly Judith

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What do you see when you gaze at a landscape? What if there is more than what’s before your eyes?

When you look at the series „Possible Landscapes“ by the German photo-artist Torsten Richter, it feels like your well-trained perception got outsmarted. But you cannot describe it precisely. The images give an impression of what nature and scenery could have become without the destructive human influence. Nothing was added or deleted

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Contemporary Photographic Film Noir

The thematic intentions of Jack Savage behind the series POSTNOIRISMS, is the creation of: ‘’An Imagined future for contemporary British, Photographic Film Noir’’, blending sci-fi with the more traditional noiristic elements of mystery, femme faltales, inescapable darkness, menace, and murderous plotlines.’’ Post Noirisms is the follow up to his critically

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Human border by Paolo Naldi

Paolo Naldi areas of interest are the visual arts and, above all, painting. After a long independent artistic activity in the European underground scene, he appears in conventional exhibition spaces in Italy and abroad (galleries, museums, international fairs and institutional spaces). He lives and works in Naples. He uses many

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Definitive Ambiguities

As the contemporary photographic world moves as if in fast forward, this series from Jack Savage is committed to the power of memory, and the haunting events of our shared cinematic past. The title ‚Definitive Ambiguities‘ is as Hitchcockian as it implies. Studio lighting and models appear mysterious, dark, seductive

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