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UNFOLD 01: Counterfeit / Counterfate

By accepting that reality is not only a reflecting surface for the gaze, but also for the fears and the desires that define it, then inquiry is directed towards a narrative form which will strip reality of its claim to objectivity, while seeking faults that illuminate the seams of its overlying structures.

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Recollecting Dreams Verse II

Photography is my emotional escape, I use it as something to express what I feel in my life. My life led me to escape into my dreams, my dreams become my own "reality". Recollecting Dreams is diaristic journal of a Man who wanders and losing his grasp on his own.

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Elia Cantori, Deep Vision

Elia Cantori's research is often a visual challenge for the viewer. In front of his works, the eye of the beholder is questioned, invited to observe more carefully, stimulated to ask questions about the process that generated the work.

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1.99 | PRIVATE 40 | 2008 | Crossing Boundaries

Through subjects which are hard, frequently morbid and often far from our everyday concerns, these photographers are taking on the primary role of the artist. They are revealing our deepest contradictions and expressing their dreams and the nightmares which we prefer to forget.

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Open Call GETXOPHOTO 2019

Open Call GETXOPHOTO 2019. Festival invites photographers and visual artists from all over the world to share their vision on Post Homo Sapiens. Programming the future.

True or real? China. PRIVATE 50
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1.99 | PRIVATE 50 | 2010 | True or real? China

Human relationships, which function according to “traditional” expressive and behavioral codes, become devoid of their original foundation, thus merely retaining their “formal” aspects, which in turn imbues them with a greater complexity, given that it becomes increasingly difficult to gauge the sincerity and depth of what one says (and of what one is).

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Phenomena

The twelve photographs in Antigone Kourakou’s Phenomena series, reminds us of the inexhaustible capacity photography has to transmute reality.