"VISUAL HOCKEY". MICHAEL KENNA PHOTOS
The work of the English photographer Michael Kenna is famous for the whole world. His black and white landscapes are majestic, silent, quiet, mysterious and unique in their ability to…

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The shell is a symbol in art: the blessed gift of the seas ...
Shells, melancholy collected on the shore under the gentle splashing of the waves - the main souvenir, which is usually brought from the sea. Having become more mature, we appreciate…

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DANCING PAINTS OF FABIAN OEFNER
Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner (Fabian Oefner) is experimenting with color photography to capture the invisible wonders of natural phenomena. Fabian Oefner became interested in photography as a teenager, turning his…

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“WITHOUT PAIN IS IMPOSSIBLE TO CREATE ANYTHING DEEP”
Zewar Fadhil is a talented photographer from Iraq, a country that in recent decades is not the best place for a photo artist. Nevertheless, he is an example of the…

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FANTASY AND REALITY OF JULI DE VAROKIE PHILOSOPHICAL PHOTO WORLD

She has been in the world of photography quite recently, since 2008, but in four years, Julie has already received seven different photo awards. She is only 23 years old. However, all these “only” and “recently” in combination with the French temperament and philosophical education help her create her own world, reflected in the pictures.
Julie de Varokie is a self-taught photographer from France who started her photo career in 2008. She is still a student at the French Ecole Normale Supérieure, where she received a philosophical education, and that philosophy became the main plot of her works. In her photographs, fantasies and reality intertwined, naive children’s dreams and adult conceptualism, a routine of life and fairy tales. Continue reading

ANNA YERMOLOVA: “COMMUNICATION WITH THE HELP OF A PHOTO”

The young Moscow photographer Anna Yermolova is one of those people who consider photography as their profession, so she began with a serious special education. By the way, she only finishes her studies, although she is already engaged in teaching. Here is such a serious approach to business. Yes, and in addition to film and digital printing, she also owns such ancient techniques as cyanotype and resinotype. Read Anna’s story about yourself in her interview with our magazine. Continue reading

ANDREY BELKOV: MEDITATING WITH A CAMERA

Photography for Andrey is a passion that takes up all his time, free from main activity. That’s why he loves landscape and still life, because these genres give him the opportunity to take a break from work: he talks to the world, and the world talks to him.
Please tell us how you discovered the world of photography and how long ago did you start photographing?
I began photographing as a child, displaying black and white films myself and printing photos in a dark room. Of course, at that time I was taking pictures of my family and friends for a home album. And he consciously came into the photo in 2005, having bought for himself the first DSLR camera, the Canon 300D. Continue reading

ART-TALK: DIMA MIKITENKO
We continue a series of author interviews from representatives of the newly inspired team of the Odessa Art Museum: the curator Masha Zeloleva and PR-shchika Hera Grudeva. As part of…

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KONSTANTIN OF MUSHROOMS ABOUT THE “GENERALITY” OF GENERS OF PHOTO
Fascinated by the magic of film from childhood, Konstantin Gribov from an early age realized that he wanted to link his life with photography. He works in different genres, and…

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