Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sonja Bachmayer: “To me nature is a source of mental power which has inspired me since my childhood”

How did You come up with an idea with mirrors? Do they have any special meaning in your life? I´ve always been looking for a new approach to landscape photography.  The work of a young French photographer who uses different

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Depoorter Bieke: “This is not objective photography, it is a story I tell”

How did You come up with an idea to stay and photograph in other people’s houses? It all started with my graduating project ‘Ou Menya’. Before that I was more of a street photographer, but I always felt strange about

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Maxine Helfman: “I find the lack of emotion more emotional”

How did You come up with an idea of the historical correction in photography? I have always been fascinated with historic paintings, and wanted to do a series based on traditional flemish portraits.  At the same time, I wanted them

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PUTPUT: “We find subjects through everyday life”

You are an interdisciplinary Swiss and Danish artist duo established in 2011 and call PUTPUT. What is your story of beginning of this collaboration? We met through a mutual friend and quickly discovered that we have similar interests and views

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Sekiguchi Hiroto: “I want to keep throwing a question to this society through my photos”

In Your work You use very relevant  topic and invite us to the real 21st century. Why did you choose this subject to analyze? Maybe Your personal experience have something to do with that? I started shooting this man’s life in

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Titus Simoens: “I like to observe the body language of a person”

Titus, your topic invites us back to the 20th century. Why did you choose to analyze this particular subject? Do you have a personal connection to it? I like to choose my subjects intuitively and lonely worlds have always attracted

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Susan A. Barnett: “Yes We Can” was seen everywhere on t-shirts

Susan A. Barnett "Not In Your Face" #1

  While creating your series “Not in your face” you were literally ignoring faces and took pictures of people’s backs. How did You come up with an idea like this? As everyone in a city experiences at one time or

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Egor Rogalev: “I’m trying to catch “the movement between the moments”

  The environment you are photographing is familiar to you. Is it easy of difficult to make it interesting to a foreign eye? It has become quite natural for me. I can’t say that it’s easy but I really like

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