mercredi 21 juillet 2010

Wojciech Moskal

"The rough industrial landscape of Sosnowiec, the place I grew up in, had a big impact on my visual perception. Perhaps that’s why it’s natural for me to see the world as a b&w picture. When I look at the city I see the unique poetry of it – people going about their everyday business, empty spaces full of mute emotions, hidden, abstract gems go unnoticed as we pass them by. In my pictures I attempt to capture Warsaw with and without make-up – this is what has captivated me from the beginning. I hope to convey the emotions that I felt while taking these pictures."
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lundi 5 juillet 2010

Larry Siegel

Two girls on train, NYC, 1979. A World of Portaits.
"What interests me in a portrait is the presence of the person in front of me. Whether the picture is taken in China, Egypt, or in the United States, my goal is to capture a unique personality in a particular moment, to allow the viewer to encounter the individual beyond the pose."
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Andrew McConnell

The Chefferie IDP site, home to some 4,000 people, in the town of
Kitchanga, North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2007.

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