Monthly Archives: August 2009

Jetty Kolobaric Photography

http://food-for-thought.my-expressions.com/archives/6766_1237013076/183886 Jetty Kolobaric (The Netherlands). ‘Sealife,Croatia’, from her delicate and poetic photographic site. Advertisements

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MICHAEL WOLF | PHOTOGRAPHY | HONGKONG

http://www.photomichaelwolf.com/hongkongarchitecture/unten.html A striking image of Hong Kong’s architecture. This makes me shudder: so inhuman in its abstract beauty! Michael Wolf, ‘Architecture of Density’. The photographer is showing this serie as well as his ‘Transparent City’ (Chicago) in Paris right now … Continue reading

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Site Officiel de lArtiste Christian McManus

http://www.christianmcmanus.com/ This dappled effect of the light reminds me Renoir and the Moulin de le Galette. Christian McManus (Chile,1965,lives in Paris) uses polaroid technique and transforms manually his photographs “to better express the ever changing human reality” .

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Michal Rovner: Border #8 (1999.240) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/almi/ho_1999.240.htm Michal Rovner (Israel,1957), ‘Border n8’,1997-8. From the site: “…Rovner often marries photography, video, digital art, and painting … This technological fluency helps her generate pictures of unusual authority and resonance: fusions of the real and the imaginary as familiar … Continue reading

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http://album-photo.geo.fr/ap/album/13326?pos=11 It is called ‘Vie interieure'(inner life). It is amazing how a few rhythmical dots of colours can so powerfully suggest the mysteries of those lives hiding beyond lighted windows in the dark. The photographer’s identification is PHCDM, his album … Continue reading

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Regard Intuitif – Triennale Italia

http://www.regardintuitif.net/pages/archives292d2008.html After weeks of canicular weather highly propitious to deep meditations (lounging under the wisteria with thick paperbacks and iced something -no, not beer, only bubbly water), winds are turning. The British Isles are sharing their dripping clouds with us … Continue reading

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