Woman ¶ Art Film (2018) -Fragmento- Una película de Alejandro Mos Riera
“¶ This film is dedicated with love & respect to all women, mothers, wives, sisters, girls, friends,
lovers, colleagues, feminists and human beings.
We are all part of the family of humanity.
¶ Esta película está dedicada con amor y respeto a todas las mujeres, madres, esposas, hermanas, niñas, amigas, amantes, colegas, feministas y seres humanos.
Todos somos parte de la familia de la humanidad.”
Música: “Forever Young” JOAN BAEZ
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“I use photography as a metaphor for experiences of the soul by creating photographs that are mainly made in black and white, but rich in ideas and emotions. My works entails surreal and melancholic scenes inspired by the inner world of dreams and psychology, where I invite the viewer to interact with the internal world of solitary figures that symbolize our own unconscious states. The objective of my art is to reflect human experiences that will allow the spectator to reflect on their own journey.”
Fine art photographer based in Toronto, Ontario (Canadá).
“Photography is my passion. It is my medium for expression and my method of sharing my view of the world around me. I have been influenced by many of the well known photographers and artists from the past and present. Annie Leibovitz, Andreas Gursky, Helmut Newton, and Richard Avedon are amongst my favourites. My greatest inspiration however, comes from simply observing the world around me, the natural world in particular.” (Adrian Holmes)
Fotógrafa, modelo, diseñadora de ropa
BATHGATE, West Lothian, United Kingdom
“Sharing the passion“
Trevor Yerbury is a 4th generation photographer the business founded by his great grandfather in Edinburgh in 1864. Trevor was born in 1951 and joined the family business straight from boarding school in 1969. He underwent a 4-year apprenticeship where he experienced working in a daylight studio, using tungsten lighting before studio flash began to take over. In 1978 Trevor met Faye who was styling a shoot he was on and they eventually got together in 1979 have been inseparable ever since as husband and wife. With such a history in photography it is not surprising that Trevor has a keen interest in vintage printing techniques especially platinum/palladium printing, which he first experimented with back in the mid 80’s.
Trevor is passionate that his work is simple and elegant with a classic, sophisticated look.
Faye while she assisted Trevor for the first few years, eventually grew frustrated that she could see images, but did not have the ability to capture them. Trevor bought Faye a camera and since then she has become one of the UK’s finest photographers of the Fine Art Nude and a true post production expert.
Together Trevor & Faye travel the world creating stunning images for both public and private collections.
Trevor & Faye have both been showered with accolades over the years from Masters of Photography, Fellowships and between them hold 15 Kodak European Gold Awards. They are highly respected International Judges.
In 2014 they were both awarded Lifetime Achievement Awards from the photographic industry and were also invited to become Fellows of the Royal Photographic Society a rare honour.
They have held several solo exhibitions in London, New York, Edinburgh, Paris, Vancouver and Malta.
NOTA DEL EDITOR:
La sistemática de trabajo siempre es más ó menos similar. Por casualidad, una fotografía me llama la atención (en este caso fue un impacto) y origina la imagen de cabecera del post. A partir de ahí surge la investigación ¿quién es su autor?, ¿que otros trabajos interesantes tiene?, ¿que me sugiere?, ¿se parece a algún otro? Con TREVOR & FAYE YERBURY creo sinceramente que estamos ante artistas consagrados, con una gran tradición familiar. Y ésta fué una pequeña muestra.
Robert de Klonia is a descendant of a family of artists dating back to the year 1700. Work by Adam de Klonia born 1634 in Rotterdam and died in London 1685 is part of the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
Work by Rob’s father Pieter Dirk de Klonia 1898-1970 can be found in the collection of the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam.
Robert de Klonia first works are watercolors of ballet scenes dating back to 1972.
After this he started working as a fashion photographer for magazines such as Harpers Bazar and Marie Clair.
He also works for famous fashion designer as Ungaro and Yamamoto in Paris.
He picked up painting again in 1999.
Exhibitions of his painting and photographic work where show in many countries around Europe.
“My name is Olga and I am 34 years old. I never learned to take pictures, just 5 years ago I took the camera and I realized that I really like to find interesting places and invent stories that I show you in the photo.I was born in Ukraine in 1984 in Kiev. I was brought up by my mother and sometimes I came to my grandmother and aunt. As a child I loved to listen to what they say and adults loved to observe people. I was in high school and then learned how to sew and how I helped my mother
In 2010 I bought myself my first camera and started taking pictures”.
Última entrada de este año que se esfuma, y en el que nos hemos visto obligados a cancelar la cuenta de Tumblr por su mojigatería con el NSFW. Pero como dijo el almirante Méndez Núñez “Más vale honra sin barcos que barcos sin honra”
Que el 2.019 sea más fructífero. Que el camino sea largo, lleno de aventura, lleno de conocimiento… y que nos encontremos en ese camino.
Born and raised in South Africa, Johan Swanepoel commenced his career as an engineer / project manager. Fifteen years later he became involved with the licensing of stock images and presently works as a freelance stock photographer and graphic artist.
Though Johan has a special love for wildlife, he prefers not to specialize and appreciates the diversity of visual arts. This wider interest led him to the exiting field of 3D modeling, still renders and the occasional animation.
Rafał Kaźmierczak was born in Łódź, Poland. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Warmia and MazuryUniversity in Olsztyn. He has been keen on photography since his childhood, however the breakthrough for his career took place in 2012. It was then that he found his own path and the human became the most important subject in his perception. The artist mainly uses medium-format and large-format cameras in order to capture the surrounding reality, which enables him to master traditional photographic techniques. His works have been displayed at numerous solo and group exhibitions as well as post-contest shows in Poland and abroad. He has been awarded with several prestigious photographic prizes and honourable mentions throughout his career. In July 2015 he obtained the distinction ‘Artist FIAP’ (AFIAP) awarded by the International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP). He is also a creative photographer, Fellow of the Polish Republic’s Photoclub, a holder of the AFRP title