Creative Photo Manipulations by Lecce, Italy based artist Chiara Fersini. Chiara started her research in photography back in 2007 investigating the inner relation between photography and painting, and taking inspiration from the pre-raphaelites painters and liberty style. At first Chiara was taking photos just for fun, but the more she went on, the more she realized that photography was the best way to show that intricate world she feels inside herself.
In Black Book, Robert Mapplethorpe presents an astonishing photographic study of black men today. In their diversity, impact, subtlety, technical virtuosity, erotic appeal, and deep humanity, these photographs constitute a stunning celebration of the contemporary black male.
„all my life they’ve been near me/these men” says Ntozake Shange in her Foreword, „i’ve been holdin your heart in/my hand since i was a child/cause i wanted what all you were/what all you are/now you’re a man.”
Photos are amazing!
Born in Liverpool, England in 1963, Carl Warner is a photographer who has completed a creative project – Foodscapes series in London. He captured special landscapes sculpted entirely from food – fruits, vegetables, musherooms, cheese, bread, fish, ice cream and more. It looks like to walk into a fantasy world or wonderland at first glance.
Albert Watson (1942-) is a british photographer who has been living in the USA since 1976. He became famous thanks to his fashion and portrait pohotography. Watson has photographed many stars such as Mick Jagger, Alfred Hitchcock, Kate Moss, Johnny Depp, Jack Nicholson, Naomi Campbell and Marylin Manson. Also significant are his images of Morocco. One of his photobooks is devoted to that country – he is also the official court photographer for Mohammed VI.
GiesenLeenders is a duophotographers Maurits Giesen and Ilse Leenders. Having worked together on joint photographic projects since 2001, Leenders and Giesen combine an impressive inventiveness with considerable technical expertise to create an utterly convincing and yet knowingly enigmatic photographic oeuvre.
The inspiration of the series Mimicry came from the uniformity of persons. People from whom the identity is missing and those who are inconspicuous in our society. Just like animals they adapt to their environment. Visually in this series it is shown by the use of similar costumes, position and gender. For the series Mimicry the primary and secondary colors has been used, so the series exist of 6 pictures.
Mimicry has been published in Eyemazing issue #2, 2004.
- The Dislexics, is a personal work done in Cork, Ireland. It consists of 10 images and a book of calligraphy. He was exposed in La Primavera Fotográfica, 2004.
- The Bóbila, weave in a documentary made in crisis reflecting the production stop.
- Nissan, photographic report on the statements made by its employees in connection with the regulation of work and layoffs conducted.
- Puzzles, still lifes intimate feelings and stories filled with double meanings.
- life-object, we must learn to listen to the objects, they have a lot to say about us.
- face to face, transforming the object to be wanting us to understand the low importance of having
- The other side of life, the other side of life is the ultimate work of Enric Macia, where the artist has been looking for a good friend lost in a dream full of nightmares.
- Metamorfosis animal, is the search of the true self, through a mirror