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Artist Profile: Maria Dimanshtein

image-8777This Is How I Feel And You Won't Change My Mind   The subject matter of this series of photographs, as well as my other recent projects, is a gathering over tea, which I present as a symbol for a moment of closeness, sharing, undivided attention and sometimes - even an ...

Artist Profile: Jean-Paul Cattin

image-8704 'Way of St-James' Jean-Paul Cattin Abstract photography By photographing the marks of mankind Jean-Paul Cattin takes these out of context and creates a new reality. His pictures are therefore timeless. With his artwork Jean-Paul goes from concrete to abstract and transforms our perception of reality. He transmits his energy and ...

Artist Profile: Dave Frieder

image-8069I have been photographing New York's bridges since 1993. The precision half of my photographic work is my German side and the artistic half is my Hungarian side. Both of them combined seems very effective. My work on this long-term project has been exhilarating and fascinating as I began to study ...

Artist Profile: Barbara Rachko

image-7557I am drawn to Mexican and Guatemalan cultural objects—masks, carved wooden animals, papier mâché figures, and toys.  On trips to southern Mexico and Guatemala I frequent local mask shops, markets, and bazaars searching for the figures that will later populate my photographs.  How, why, when, and where these objects come ...

Artist Profile: Neil Tandy

image-7509 NEIL J TANDY - PHOTOGRAPHER Photographer, Neil Tandy grew up in England and moved to South Africa at the age of 26, where he spent many years working as an electrical engineer, while indulging his passion for photography when he had a chance. A business trip to Munich, Germany, in 2005, afforded ...

Artist Profile: Joe Raskin

image-6765 I love to wander around New York City. It has always been a source of inspiration to my photography. The places I like to go around aren’t necessarily tourist spots. You’ve seen those locations in dozens of books and hundreds, if not thousands of photographs. Even if you’ve never been to ...
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