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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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.

 

 

 

 

 

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Born in 1978. Barcelona. Studied photography at the Institute of Photographic Studies of Catalonia.
 1999-2004 tavern specializes in advertising photography author and journalism.

PERSONAL WORK

  • 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

 

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I love Enric Macià photography. He is great photographer and my friend. Today starts his exhibition „Metamorphosis animal” in Spain.

 

Author about photos: „Metamorphosis animal” comes from fear of finding oneself, the obligation to be like society wants us to be, how are we really? One of the best ways that exist to rediscover what we were, is undressing in front a mirror, and the result will be a personal catharsis. All the fear that causes this reunion is to not like we are.
The only way I’ve been struggling to find power, is creating an army of animals and metamorphosed, to make me stronger to fight the fear of my staff reunion.

 

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C/ Segrià, 45, bxs. Lleida, Spain

A spectacular catch by photographer Amy Helene Johansson of a woman riding between the railway carriages of a local train heading north from Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Her luggage is tucked under the carriage in front of her. Trains are packed and many who fail to get tickets before they sell out or can’t afford buying them at the black market ride on the roof of the train or, like this woman, finds a quiet spot between the carriages.

Gregory Crewdson (born September 26, 1962) is an American photographer who is best known for elaborately staged scenes of American homes and neighborhoods.

Crewdson was born in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. He attended John Dewey High School, graduating early.

As a teenager, he was part of a punk rock group called The Speedies that hit the New York scene in selling out shows all over town. Their hit song „Let Me Take Your Photo” proved to be prophetic to what Crewdson would become later in life. In 2005, Hewlett Packard used the song in advertisements to promote its digital cameras.

In the mid 1980s, Crewdson studied photography at SUNY Purchase, near Port Chester, NY. He received his Master of Fine Arts from Yale University. He has taught at Sarah Lawrence, Cooper Union, Vassar College, and Yale University where he has been on the faculty since 1993. He is now a professor at the Yale University School of Art. In 2012, he was the subject of the feature documentary film Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters.

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Photography Competition / US$ 1000 / registration closing date: January 20, 2013

From competition website:

Erotic and Architecture are not two words often used together. That does not mean they should not be, so we welcome you to change your usual perception of space and look around yourself to find buildings, constructions, bridges and other places and spaces that arose erotic associations.

By Erotic Architecture we don’t mean only obvious suggestive forms resembling human body parts. We would like to see work presenting combinations of spatial qualities, materials, rhythms and atmospheres witch in their unique combination could be considered erotic.

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