Andreas Gursky: postmodern photography.

On November the 8th 2011 Christie’s in New York auctioned what resulted to be ...

Ismo Hölttö: the lost innocence of the Finns.

Few photographers are as famous in their home country as is Ismo Hölttö, whose ...

Letizia Battaglia. Portrait of a revolutionary woman.

There are people whose destiny hides behind small details, for example a surname which ...

Camera Abstractions: Keld Helmer-Petersen

Thinking about the fathers of artistic color photography it’s easy to recall great names ...

Heavenly innocence: Ruud Van Empel and the portraits from the other world.

Their eyes appear almost veiled, hiding behind a mask of innocence which conceals them ...

ERWIN OLAF: Aesthetic addiction

Even though it is impossible to define Olaf’s style using just one adjective, the ...

Jean Paul Bourdier

Analogue contrasts: the art of Jean Paul Bourdier

Jean Paul Bourdier, with his use of analogue photography, appears to be among contemporary ...

Zdzislaw Beksinski’s photography: a preferential entry to fantastic realism

Zdzislaw Beksinski wasn’t just an artist but indeed a multifaceted creator in the true ...

The abstract becomes tangible: Wolfgang Tillmans conceptualizes the existent.

Moving with dexterity between the intangible and the perceptible without repeating himself, Wolfgang Tillmans ...

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