Previous Next Ava PorterTitle: HomageAbout the Photo:My parents were both minimalist artists in the 1960s and 70s. When they had children, their focuses shifted away from large-scale artwork toward writing. But their aesthetics continued to manifest in the home I grew up in – every piece of
Previous Next Hayah Sheps-AvtalionTitle:Alice In WonderlandAbout the Photo:I use light as a matter. By direct photography of light emitted from projections, and installations mainly in galleries and museums, combined with long exposures and spontaneously choreographed body gestures of moving in space, I create abstract compositions of drawings,
Björn BeringsTitle:FragmentedAbout the Photo:When roaming around an urban environment, there are many sights and scenes that often go unnoticed. Even in a commonplace there are still beautiful aesthetics to be appreciated. I try to convey my vision through photography, with a minimalist approach.
Previous Next Selina BressanTitle: YellowandblueAbout the Photo:Details of a structure at my house. During the quarantine I tried to find something interesting to photograph in my house so, looking around, my view saw this simple structure. The sun was high and the shadows dark. Then I played
Previous Next Dirk RoseportTitle: Transcendental TranquilityAbout the Photo:In my work I take distance from time and have nature come to me. I accept the role of a powerless observer and try to deliver graphic-photographic images working only with the ocean, horizon and sky, stripping the observation to
Previous Next Ulrich SchaubTitle:Abstract FacesAbout the Photo:"Abstract Faces" is my latest project which I realized in the last weeks. Usually I make portraits of real persons or I´m shooting on streets and in museums. But due to the Corona crisis I decide to make these abstract faces