Beiträge mit Schlagwörtern: italian

Marcel Swann #1

Marcel Swann – Rio Preto

Rio Preto is an analysis of the deconstruction of being. Nothing is absolute. If aesthetics are dictated, the worst failure would be accepting the imposition. Salvation is possible only through the solitude and the capacity of perceiving the insignificance of

Marcel Swann #1

Marcel Swann – Rio Preto

Rio Preto is an analysis of the deconstruction of being. Nothing is absolute. If aesthetics are dictated, the worst failure would be accepting the imposition. Salvation is possible only through the solitude and the capacity of perceiving the insignificance of

Carlito Schilirò #9

Carlito Schilirò – It’s simply magical

I used to be a painter. I was really abstract in an early stage but then I became more and more realistic. At a certain point, I was frustrated because I figured out that the best way to reproduce a

Carlito Schilirò #9

Carlito Schilirò – It’s simply magical

I used to be a painter. I was really abstract in an early stage but then I became more and more realistic. At a certain point, I was frustrated because I figured out that the best way to reproduce a

Claudio Oliverio #2

Claudio Oliverio – Moscow Style

My name is Claudio Oliverio. I’m a half-German, half-Italian Photo-Designer from Berlin and have shot most of my works in Russia. I was lucky enough to complete part of my study in Moscow, and while I was there I was

Claudio Oliverio #2

Claudio Oliverio – Moscow Style

My name is Claudio Oliverio. I’m a half-German, half-Italian Photo-Designer from Berlin and have shot most of my works in Russia. I was lucky enough to complete part of my study in Moscow, and while I was there I was

Giulia Agostini #10

Giulia Agostini – Savor the moment

“ I started to photograph in 2005 with a digital camera. At  the beginning my pictures were most of all autotimers and self-portraits. Photography is the best way in which I can express my freedom and my love. I move from

Giulia Agostini #10

Giulia Agostini – Savor the moment

“ I started to photograph in 2005 with a digital camera. At  the beginning my pictures were most of all autotimers and self-portraits. Photography is the best way in which I can express my freedom and my love. I move from

Giangiacomo Pepe #1

Giangiacomo Pepe – These raw and puristic nudes are like modern italian sculptures

Capturing the intimacy Interview with Giangiacomo Pepe by Bernhard Handick Tell us a bit where do you come from and how did  you get to photography? I was born in Genova (Italy), where I still work and live. My approach to

Giangiacomo Pepe #1

Giangiacomo Pepe – These raw and puristic nudes are like modern italian sculptures

Capturing the intimacy Interview with Giangiacomo Pepe by Bernhard Handick Tell us a bit where do you come from and how did  you get to photography? I was born in Genova (Italy), where I still work and live. My approach to