Category: Photography


Dennis Ziliotto

COMBINATION OF BIZARRE AND FANTASY Dennis Ziliotto shares that “taking pictures has become something that goes beyond the simple realization of images”. With the idea that “photography can gently whisper a story or irreverently scream it,” Ziliotto gives us a taste of everything this medium has to offer. His photos can be daring and odd […]

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July Andrea Fandiño

THE CONDITION OF HUMAN IMPERFECTION July Andrea Fandiño – aka Nandrysha: “My work as a plastic artist is developed around a constant sensitive exercise of transfiguration, which starts from the fascination I find for the nature of the being and its condition of human imperfection. Each of my pieces is a process of individual transformation, […]

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Reisinger Zsuzsanna

THE NOSTALGIC MOMENT Reisinger Zsuzsanna, born in Budapest, Hungary, is a self-taught photographer. Photography, especially portraits inspired by femininity, is a kind of time travel into which she wants to involve the viewers. She loves to make experiments and learn new techniques. She creates headdresses, hats, and all other accessories with her own hands. Zsuzsanna […]

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Katia Chausheva

A DEEP AND HAZY VEIL The Bulgarian photographer Katia Chausheva dips her lens beyond the patina of standardized beauty. She invites us to immerge ourselves in the deepest and most intimate dimension of women, which often results in obscurity, which Katia interprets with great technical control of the entire photographic process. A cloudy glass, a […]

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Vladimir Fedotko

A BURLESQUE ROMANTICISM Talented Russian photographer Vladimir Fedotko lives and works in St. Petersburg, Russia, where he was born. He has been mastering the profession of the painter, photographer and romantic parasite at different periods of his life. Vladimir Fedotko became familiar with Photoshop started in 2005. Since then, the artist has combined traditional drawing, […]

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Christoffer Relander

“DON’T CAPTURE, CREATE!” As a self-taught photographer, Christoffer Relander experiments with exposure, camera movement and other effects that could give the painterly feel to an image. While shooting, Relander is guided by two basic principles of his art – “Don’t capture – create” and “If it looks wrong, it is wrong”. He mainly combines and […]

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