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Mak Remissa

Mak Remissa

Mak Remissa
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Location: Phnom Pen (Cambodia)

 

 

 

 

 

MAK Remissa is considered one of the most successful Khmer photographers of his generation. He awarded his first and third places in the 1997 National Photojournalism Competition, organized by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club and chaired by Phillip Jones Griffiths, as a major catalyst for his career.
Currently working as a photojournalist for the European Press Photo Agency (EPA), his work is often seen on international news channels. His 2005 art photography exhibition, titled after a traditional Khmer proverb: “When the water rises, the fish eats the ant; when the water recedes, the ant eats the fish ”, has been shown in Phnom Penh galleries such as Popil and Java, as well as at the Angkor Photo Festival. Born in 1970, Remissa and his family were displaced from Phnom Penh five years later by the Khmer Rouge and resettled in Takeo province.

Reuters.

In 1995, he graduated in Fine Arts and Photography from the Royal School of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh, and his work quickly appeared in numerous publications such as Cambodge Soir and the Phnom Penh Post.
He also worked for Reuters and other organizations. Remissa has exhibited his fine art photography in Cambodia, France, Canada and the United States, and after spending a few years in Canada, he returned to live and record events in his country of birth. Seven pieces from Remissa’s work Fish and Ants have recently been added to the permanent collection of the Singapore Art Museum.

 

 

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Mario Cresci

Mario Cresci

Mario Cresci
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Location: Bergamo (Italy)

 

 

 

 

 

Since the end of the 1960s, Mario Cresci has been the Italian artist whose work has allowed the development of an experimental language specific to photography.

His complex work is rooted in the multidisciplinary studies he undertook in Venice in 1962. He was influenced by his encounters with the main artists of Arte Povera. In particular Pino Pascali, Eliseo Mattiacci, Yannis Kounellis and Alighiero Boetti, after his installation in Rome. in 1969.

1969.

In 1969, he produced the first Photographic Environment at the Il Diaframma gallery in Milan, exhibiting a thousand transparent cylinders containing a thousand photographs, also transparent.

In 1970, he was invited to his first Biennale in Venice; since then he has been invited again three times (1978, 1993, 1995).

In 1974 he moved to Matera – which was chosen to be the European Capital of Culture in 2017. Thus, he undertook a project that would become essential to the development of photography in Italy. In particular with the publication of Matera, immagini e documenti. A book which is today considered the first photographic work on urban cultural anthropology.

Give meaning to photography.

Later, Mario Cresci developed new themes and new experiments that earned him a prominent place among the Italian photographers who give meaning to photography. A photograph with its power to constantly shift our relationship to reality. Photograph which modifies the terms of the question, evoking an “illusory” form of naturalness.

Isn’t that the only question that perhaps validates the practice of photography, the question of the meaning of reality. To know how to represent it and how to imagine it? Mario Cresci answers this question in a remarkable way.

 

 

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Brad Walls

Brad Walls

Brad Walls

Photographer

Location : Australia

 

 

 

 

Brad Walls was born in 1992, he currently lives in Sydney, Australia. Despite her studies in science, her favorite artistic medium is aerial photography. From 2019 until today, Brad has refined his style which has brought him international acclaim. Creating new precedents in photographic expression. Defining a new era in aerial photography and recipient of several prestigious awards. Brad has drawn articles in the Washington Post, Guardian, CNN, New York Times and many other publications around the world. Her work is often in the social media spotlight. Brad’s reputation has also recently earned him Signature Luxury Travel coverage and a run in Aesthetica Magazine & Vanity Fair.

Aerial photography.

Brad’s niche style moves away from traditional aerial photography. It focuses on experimenting with negative space, symmetry and guidelines. With a keen interest in top-to-bottom portraits, Brad has documented synchronized swimming. Gymnastics and ballet, using the human body to represent visually pleasing forms from above. The careful composition of ordinary objects occupies Brad’s attention. Releasing its “Pools From Above” in 2020, achieving worldwide success compared to that of David Hockney and Slim Aarons.

 

 

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Samantha Everton

Samantha Everton

Samantha Everton
Photographer
Location: Melbourne (Australia)

 

 

 

 

 

Samantha Everton is a Melbourne-based theatrical art photographer. She is known for her richly colored exploration of race, childhood and women, and her elaborate settings. Everton won first and third place at the 2010 Paris International Photography Prize. Featured in New Yorker Magazine in 2006. Then, she was shortlisted for the winning and highly recommended places of the Twenty-third McGregor Prize for Photography , in 2006.

Everton’s work.

Everton primarily works as a director on their photoshoots. Creating theatrical productions in front of the camera, then photographing them. But nothing happens by chance here. It is critically important that she controls every aspect of the materialization of her initial concept. Until the photographic image is printed with pigment-based inks on archival quality rag paper and the final framing. True to the realism of his work, Everton captures the images on traditional film using a medium format camera: “It is very important to me that the viewer believes in the image, so whatever you see, from the girl flying through the air to the tree growing through the ground, was actually there and was filmed in camera. Everton is reluctant to explain the narrative content and underlying symbolism in the works, preferring the viewer to respond from a personal perspective.

 

 

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Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf
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Location: Amsterdam (Netherlands)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Erwin Olaf is an internationally exhibiting artist whose diverse practice focuses on marginalized individuals in society. Including women, people of color and the LGBTQ + community. In 2019, Olaf became a Knight of the Order of the Lion of the Netherlands. After 500 works of his work were added to the Rijksmuseum collection.

An activist approach.

In 2018, Olaf produced a triptych of monumental photographic and film paintings depicting periods of seismic change in the world’s major cities. Citizens embraced and shocked by their urban progress. Like much of his work, it is contextualized by complex race relationships. The devastation of economic divisions. Complications of sexuality. Olaf has maintained an activist approach to equality throughout his 40-year career. After starting to document the liberation of pre-AIDS homosexuals in Amsterdam nightlife in the 1980s.

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

A daring and sometimes controversial approach has earned the artist many prestigious collaborations. Vogue and Louis Vuitton, at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. He was the official portrait painter of the Dutch Royal Family in 2017 and designed the national side of the euro coins for King Willem-Alexander in 2013. He was awarded the prestigious Johannes Vermeer Prize of the Netherlands, as well as the photographer of the Year at the International Color Awards. Dutch artist of the year from Kunstbeeld magazine.

 

 

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Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky
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Location: Düsseldorf (Germany)

 

 

 

 

 

Andreas Gursky is perhaps the best-known member of an informal association of German artists. Under the tutelage of conceptual photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher. Gursky’s photos feature scenes involving huge amounts of information. Subtly improving and adjusting the structure of the overwhelming visual parameters. Gursky allows viewers to digest and consume more than we usually can with our eyes alone. His images are symbols of both contemporary life and the classic need for order.

Gursky began to digitally manipulate his prints as new photographic technologies were invented. Some technology including a framing system to hold large mounted photographs of the face attached to plexiglass. Then, Gursky even helped develop. Contained in such a frame, 99 Cent, 1999, is one of Gursky’s most iconic works and a clear example of his alteration of images to a totalizing effect. Changes such as the layout of the store’s product aisles. Adding a mirrored roof flattens the image and emphasizes an imposed formalistic structure. The viewer must accept the inauthentic (unknown) qualities of the scene in a seemingly objective recording of our world.

 

 

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Mika rottenberg

Mika rottenberg

Mika rottenberg
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Location: New-York (US)

 

 

 

 

 

Mika Rottenberg is an Argentinian female artist born in Buenos Aires (AR) in 1976.
She is best known for her video installations which explore issues related to the female body. A recurring theme is an assembly line where women tirelessly create food by harvesting parts of themselves. In Mary’s Cherries, 2003, for example, red fingernails are turned into maraschino cherries. While in Cheese, 2008, the women squeeze the milk out of their hair. For W, Rottenberg built an elaborate multi-bedroom set at his Harlem, New York studio. By building each “room” to fit the person she’s photographed inside. Rottenberg received his M.F.A. from Columbia University. She was included in the 2007 Moscow Biennial and the 2008 Whitney Biennale.

Museum.

The most important exhibition was Biennale di Venezia – 56th International Art Exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia Settore Arte in Venice in 2015. Other important exhibitions were at La Maison Rouge in Paris. Whitney Biennial in New York City, NY. Mika Rottenberg’s art can be found in 5 museum collections at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. NY and the Wroclaw Contemporary Museum (MWW) in Wroclaw, among others.

 

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Pierre Javelle & Akiko Ida

Pierre Javelle & Akiko Ida

Pierre Javelle & Akiko Ida
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Location: Paris (France)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pierre Javelle was a dunce who found refuge in the fine arts. He ended up graduating from Decorative Arts in Paris, where he will meet Akiko.
His early years in comics gave him a sense of directing to illustrate stories in few frames.
After having worked several years as a laboratory assistant in a professional photographic laboratory. He was able to immerse himself in the experience and talent of the photographers he worked with.
The Minimiam concept is useful to him for making illustrations for articles in various newspapers and magazines.

Akiko Ida is Japanese. As a child, she created a miniature world for herself through illustrations.
Greedy, she began to photograph bread and pastry recipes very early on. She makes miniature fake food. After the University of Fine Arts in Tokyo, she will come to Paris to finish her studies. Then, will become a food photographer for the press and the publishing industry.

 

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Diana Markosian

Diana Markosian

Diana Markosian
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Location: Californie (US)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diana Markosian (born in Moscow, 1989) approaches her photographic and video narration in an intimate way. In a work that is both conceptual and documentary. Her projects have taken her to some of the most remote corners of the world, and have been featured in National Geographic Magazine. The New Yorker. M Le Monde and Vogue. She holds a master’s degree in science from Columbia University in New York. Her work is represented by Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire in Paris, France. And Rose Gallery in Los Angeles, California. Francisco MOMA (2020) and International Center of Photography, NYC (2021).

 

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Gi Seok Cho

Gi Seok Cho

Gi Seok Cho
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Location: Seoul (Korea)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Born in 1992, the photographer grew up with the Internet generation. In less than a decade. The pool of virtual and digital images has transformed the way we approach the physical world. Alongside its traditional influences. Technology and its advancements have become a fundamental source of inspiration. It is thus, that from which he extrapolates ideas for his decorations and his projects.

 

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