The motive in this body of work is to mend the tension and tragedy created when conflicting emotions meet.
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Such photographs are there not to gratify a curiosity, but are made in response to a feeling: it is not only the landscape we see, even if it takes solid
Writer(s): Franck Bijou
Laëtitia Donval, Nerves (psychiatry), from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences «I was in a psychiatric institute, immersed in a place I could not escape from. Facing the other patients’ vulnerability as much as
The score of my life is written regularly like that, taking the form of photographic fragments in which I exorcise my sufferings by undressing the tragedy of existence
This project was conducted in 2009 as part of an artist residency in Franche-Comté. It begins with the urge to work from pre-existing pictures.
A reflection of her meetings, observations colored with her dry poetry, like words we sometimes prefer not to hear.
Trained at the Market Photo Workshop, Muholi came to national attention in September 2004 with her exhibition Visual Sexuality
My wife, Corinne, lived with her parents in Gabon in the town of Port Gentil for the
For those born before television, before sleep became one amongst many options, night was travelled through with caution. Because it was a place where all of the world’s negativity lurked.
Writer(s): Alison Stine, Amy King, Birgitta Jonsdottir, Christopher Truman, Don Tuthill, Geraldine Green, Gian Paolo Guerini, James Meetze, Jordan Stempleman, Marcello Fois, Marcus Slease, Matteo Fantuzzi, Matthew Thorburn, mIEKAL aND, Rami Saari, Renee Wagemans, Ron Androla, Rychard Denner, Sergio Rotino, Simon Perchik, Terroritmo
Each photograph seems to divide the world in two: into a very small part, defined by the photographic frame, which describes a specific space or event, and another surrounding it…
Whenever a photograph shows more of the subject’s skin than it is usual, a problem of classification inevitably arises: are we dealing with a nude photograph (artistic or not), an
Writer(s): Alda Teodorani, Amilga Quasino, Aureka Bendhan, Beatrice Martini, Edoardo Balletta, Fabio Cinti, Fabio Pasquarelli, Franco Buffoni, Giorgia Morselli, Giuseppe Catozzella, Laura Landi, Marco De Simoni, Marco Giovenale, Maurizio Giuffredi, Roberto Carvelli, Roberto Maggio, Sara Ventroni, Vito Falanga
The photographic self-portraiture as seen in the work of the students of Italian and European Art Schools.
Writer(s): Alberto Bertoni, Alessandra Berardi, Andrea Inglese, Charles Wright, Cinzia Soldano, Fabio Ciofi, Fabrizio Lombardo, Flavio Santi, Gian Maria Annovi, Gian Mario Villalta, Giovanna Tagliavini, Giovanni Nadiani, Giuliano Mesa, Laura Malatesta, Luciana Preden, Marco Ribani, Maria Poli, Marialuisa Gioia, Mario Corticelli, Monica Pavani, Paolo Febbraro, Roberto Cogo, Stefano Colangelo, Vincenzo Bagnoli
All of the photos which compose this number of ‘Private’ represent denial or an attempt at denial of fashion. […] Here we find ourselves already in ambiguous territory where the
Writer(s): Alessandra Berardi, Antonio Pezzinga, Claudia Cursi, Fiammetta Cirilli, Geraldina Colotti, Loretta Zecchillo, Luciana Preden, Luisa Sax, Marco Ardemagni, Marco Giovenale, Paola Sansone, Piera Teatini
See a preview: Photographic diaries and autobiographical memories, revealing themselves as attempts to confer upon the person a form of identity, capable of going beyond actual experiences.
Writer(s): Alberto Forni, Antonino Mazza, Edward Rozzo, Fiammetta Cirilli, Franco Insalaco, Franco Romanò, Gian Ruggero Manzoni, Guido Leotta, Sabina Macchiavelli, Sergio Rotino, Ugo Pierri