During her study at Magistral Degree Course in Architecture she used photography as a means of expression, demonstrating and cultivating a lively interest in landscape. Furthermore, Chiara attended visual art workshops and participated in several collective exhibitions, among which Archive Tellers at Museo MAXXI (Rome). She graduated with honors with a final thesis in Landscape Urbanism on environmental contamination in Campania. In 2012 she was selected for LABper un Laboratorio Irregolare, a masterclass in personal research headed by Antonio Biasiucci in Naples. Between 2014 and 2015 she exhibited with LAB at Castel dell’Ovo (NA), at Festival Internazionale di Fotografia of Rome and at SI Fest of Savignano sul Rubicone (FC), with the collective exhibit - installation “Epifanie”. In 2015 the first solo exhibition with the work 18 miles at Eloart Gallery (Ischia, NA). In 2016 she was selected for the Imago Mundi Collection.
Her personal research is focused on the landscape and space perception, the archiving of memories, the way the perception and archiving influence the imaginary construction; starting from an introspective investigation with a cartographic method, she focuses on the geographies of thought, traces, journeys, visions and wounds.
Currently, she works at her personal project and as assistant for Antonio Biasiucci; she lives in Italy, between Naples and Vicenza.
Her body of artistic works explores human nature and identity. She calls attention on the psychological engagement between the photographer and the sitter, which often "leads to unpredictable results." She developed a passion for photography from an early age, and began shooting landscapes at 10 when she was given her first camera, a compact Olympus. Eclectic by nature, Margot speaks five foreign languages fluently, including Chinese, and became a researcher in cultural anthropology, applying her understanding of human behavior to her portraiture.
Professionally, Errante started out as a travel photographer in the late 1990s while studying Chinese at Beijing Language and Culture University. But photography was not her only interest: in 2004 she moved for a year to an indigenous village deep into the jungles of the Sino-Burmese border, where she conducted ethnographic research on the Wa people. The photographic fruits of this study culminated in a successful exhibition held in Como, Italy, in 2005, to raise funds for the village in which she lived. That same year, Margot was selected as the photographer for a diplomatic mission sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs – a three months' journey from Italy to Japan by car, with a stopover in North Korea that won the team a Peace Award.
Art enthusiast, she begins to give life to her artistic creativity by approaching photography. Starting from a classic and realistic worldview, she comes to a totally irrational and dreamlike reality using imagination as a conductor between shoot and picture. Through photography there is a constant search of energy between human and nature, a balance sometimes highlighted by light as well as the static movement of her images.
Simona defines her way of living photography as a "CANONE INVERSO", sometimes starting from matter to get to the picture. Hence, the systematic use of analog cameras.
Stefan Milev photographs sending out rays of sensual poetry! He gives his pictures a subtle aura of mystery and stands with hiswork between photography and painting. Stefan Milev displays a highly artistic photographic identity towards the relationship between the model and his very personal technique of painting with light. As a result, Milev’s picturesque meaning of photographs uncover a unique and multiplex sense for the Zeitgeist in photography.
Milev, first and foremost recognized as a pictorialist continues the tradition of Fine Art photographers from the early 19th Century such as Alvin Langdon Coburn and George Seeley.
She now works predominantly with digital, analog camera, expired film, polaroids and with other alternative photographic processes such as cyanotype, Van Dyke brown and liquid emulsion. Using these combined methods, Otten explores the human existence, creating very enigmatic and symbolic image that transcend the reality.
She is best known for her conceptual portrait photography and her skills on alternative photographic processes expressed in a contemporary language.
With the advent of digital photography in 1998 he obtains his Federal Certificate as a Multimedia Operator at CSIA (Art Industries School Center). In 2000, in the role of Director of the Photography Department, he cooperates with the project AROUNDER, based on 360° Panoramic Photography, ensuring both the realization of photo shoots and the training and management of the freelance Photographers.
Giuseppe has taught Fixed Photography at CISA (International Academy of Audiovisual Sciences) in Lugano from 2004 to 2014. Speaker at workshops about Panoramic Photography at Digital Culture in Italy and organizer of workshops about Panoramic Photography at 798 Art District in Beijing, he has also worked with the Australian artist Simon Denny, for the preparation of his installation dedicated to the National Library of St Mark's at the Venice Biennale in 2015.
Among his main publications: Early German painting 1350-1550 Isolde Lübbeke - Electa publishing company; Early Italian painting 1290-1470 Mikl˜s Boskovits - Electa...
He is a member of the Hans Lucas studio.
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