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Gilbert Garcin - Artiste Photographe

Gilbert Garcin - Artiste Photographe

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Roman Signer — Galerie Art : Concept — Exposition Past: January 8 → February 19, 2011 Since the mid-seventies, Roman Signer has showed and re-enacted paradoxes. The mini-shows and non-happenings generated by his sculptures, installations and performances and documented by his videos and photographs form a permanent questioning on the economy of entertainment. With a light approach, his work tackles modern concerns such as efficiency, performance or productivity, as well as our deeply rooted obsession with functionalism. Renowned for his “Action/Sculptures”, Signer has often been defined as a pyrotechnical artist or even given the label of “explosion-artist”, but he refuses to be circumscribed by the abundant literature and many remarks circulating on his work.

Man Ray phototheque officielle manray-photo.com, Man Ray phototheque officielle Internet site officially authorized by the Man Ray Trust to offer, under certain conditions, reproductions of the Man Ray artworks. These images are displayed only to allow the inspection for purposes of placing reproduction orders, within a professional framework. These works of Man Ray are protected by the legislation concerning literary and artistic property in all countries. The rights of the beneficiaries, the Man Ray trust, are managed by ADAGP. To reproduce, represent, publish or broadcast an artwork of Man Ray, you must obtain the prior authorization of ADAGP or its foreign correspondents and pay the relevant royalties.

Jessica Stockholder Jessica Stockholder (born 1959) is a sculptor and installation artist who has had exhibitions in Europe and USA, her works, "challenge boundaries, blurring the distinction among painting, sculpture and environment, and even breaching gallery walls by extending beyond windows and doors".[1] Life and work[edit] Stockholder studied painting at the University of Victoria in Victoria, B.C., Canada, and received an MFA from Yale University. In 2010 she was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from the Emily Carr College of Art.[2] Up until 2011, Stockholder worked as a director and professor of graduate studies in sculpture at Yale University.

Grégoire Alexandre Grégoire Alexandre is a French photographer, famous for his surrealist works. For many years, Grégoire has studied film. Today he takes pictures especially for fashion, advertising and working with artists and musicians, including the creation of album covers. 19 Magical Photos of Animals In Winter We’ve written about how the world around us changes during the winter, but that’s not the only thing that changes; throughout the animal kingdom, birds and beasts that live in colder climates have special adaptations to help them survive the winter’s harsh weather. The animals in some of these photos may look like they’re freezing, but that’s not 100% certain – in most cases, the photographers are probably colder than the animals that they’ve photographed. Mammals like foxes, cats and other furred critters have to maintain constant body temperatures, so they often accrue stores of body fat and grow additional coats of winter fur to help themselves cope with the cold.

Gordon Matta-Clark Gordon Matta-Clark (born Gordon Roberto Echaurren Matta; June 22, 1943[1] – August 27, 1978) was an American artist best known for his site-specific artworks he made in the 1970s. He is famous for his "building cuts," a series of works in abandoned buildings in which he variously removed sections of floors, ceilings, and walls. Life and work[edit] Andre Kertesz / Biography & Images - Atget Photography.com Perhaps more than any other photographer, Andre Kertesz discovered and demonstrated the special aesthetic of the small camera. These beautiful little machines seemed at first hardly serious enough for the typical professional, with his straightforward and factual approach to the subject. Most of those who did use small cameras tried to make them do what the big camera did better; deliberate, analytical description. Kertesz had never been much interested in deliberate, analytical description; since he had begun photographing in 1912 he had sought the revolution of the elliptical view, the unexpected detail, the ephemeral moment ___ not the epic but the lyric truth. When the first 35mm camera ___ the Leica ___ was marketed in 1925, it seemed to Kertesz that it had been designed for his own eye.

Phoebe Washburn Phoebe Washburn (born 1973) is an American installation artist who lives and works in New York.Washburn is best known for producing large-scale installations: assemblages of garbage, detritus, cardboard, scrap wood, and, more recently, organic matter such as sod or plants. Career[edit] She holds a BFA from Tulane University and an MFA from School of Visual Arts. Her work has been exhibited around the world at Institute of Contemporary Art 2007, Deutsche Guggenheim 2007 and Whitney Biennial 2008. She is represented by Zach Feuer Gallery in New York. Fauland Photography Broken down, fallen apart, probably not there any more in the near future. This all applies to ruinous buildings and old factory sites. For me they all have one thing in common: An almost magical appeal.

Photographer Explores Abandoned Italian Ruins And Takes Stunning Photographs (23 pics) 34K views 84 days ago by CriticalMass Italy’s forgotten ruins of a past full of memories. Orphanages, hospitals, villas, mortuaries and industrial complexes left for Mother Nature to decide their fate. From the photographer’s website: Krzysztof Pruszkowski By subjecting his photographic topics, wether they are taken from the media or not, to "multiple superimpositions", Krzysztof Pruszkowski demonstrates the limits of the new reality. A reality which disolves the notion of time picture by picture and, in a way, accounts for the speed which characterizes some videoclips, the instant circulation of information and pictures around the world. We are no more in the order of the snapshot. His process: to subject the picture to up to sixty or seventy superimpositions. He names it "photosynthesis" - the gathering of information which could not be covered in one shot. The process is often limited to six or seven superimpositions.

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