Who, where, when: guide to the thin ice of stained glass
Which of the great artists engaged in stained glass art? Where, looking out the window, you can see the picture, through which the light penetrates? Gaudi, Fly, Chagall, Tiffany and…

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LIGHT AND SHADE MARIA'S SPARROW
Both in painting and photography one of the most difficult genres is still life. The author here has to deal with a closed space, a relatively poor set of expressive…

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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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“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 influence the viewer’s imagination.
Michael loved painting since childhood. Photography carried away while studying at art school. According to Kenna himself, he uses photography as visual material that can set the viewer to communicate and tell his own story.
Michael Kenna, photographer, black and white landscapes, English photographers
Michael Kenna reaches for the original light effects using a Hasselblad medium-format camera and hand-typing technique. It takes off, mainly, in the early morning or late at night.
Photos of Michael Kenna are exhibited in art galleries around the world, they are included in the heritage of world-famous galleries such as the National Gallery of Art in Washington and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague. His footage of the destroyed concentration camps is well known.
In 2000, the Ministry of Culture of France Michael was awarded the Order of Arts and Literature. Michael Kenna is the winner of a huge number of photography awards.
“You can not repeat anything, because time is running away forever and does not return – at the same time every moment gives the photographer an unlimited number of opportunities”
Michael is often asked to tell about the features of his artistic method. In his answers to this question, he turns to intuition rather than reason: “It seems to me that style is the end result of personal life experience. I am drawn to certain places and topics that for some reason are close to me and I photograph them as it seems to me right. Who knows where it comes from. ”
He calls his works “visual hockey” and photo analysis. They really have something in common with Japanese poetry. They do not need to be explained. Hint, evoke memories or feelings – that is what they are aimed at. The photographer appeals to everything connected with deeply personal human feelings and experiences. For this reason, he likes to shoot parks and gardens. According to the photographer, he tries to look at everything with “sincere interest and an open heart.”
Michael Kenna prefers black and white photography. It seems to him “more mysterious and leaving room for interpretation, it is” pliable as clay, therefore it is more suitable material for an artist. ”
All the places in which Michael Kenna happens to cause, as he says, the response of the author’s fantasy, harmoniously merge with the mood of the surrounding world, again and again conquering the hearts of viewers.

ROYAL WORLDS MARGARITS KAREVA
Margarita Kareva began studying photography relatively recently - only about two years ago. Now her portfolio is already a gallery of unique images - magical, beautiful, vivid and memorable. Margarita…

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THE MOST EXPENSIVE PHOTOS IN THE WORLD COST MORE THAN $ 1 000 000
The cost of some photos is comparable to the cost of the most famous works of great artists of the Renaissance. How valuable are these photographs? What distinguishes them from…

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CHRISTOPHER JACQUES: LYRIC WORLD OF RAIN AND SNOW
French photographer Christophe Jacques chooses an unusual time for his work. These are moments when the city is dominated by heavy rain; when the world outside the window, through which…

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