║ Peter Fraser ║

© Peter Fraser, Untitled, from the series 12 Day Journay, 1984 © Peter Fraser, Untitled, from the series 12 Day Journay, 1984 “I see photographs everywhere, like everyone else, nowadays; they come from the world to me, without my asking; they are only ‘images,’ their mode of appearance is heterogeneous…I realized that some provoked tiny…

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║ Martine Fougeron ║

© Martine Fougeron, Tête-à-Tête III, c.2007   © Martine Fougeron, Tête-à-Tête IV, c.2007 “This work explores adolescence as a subliminal state, between childhood and adulthood, and between the feminine and the masculine. The portraits, naturally staged, explore the intrinsic interior quest of the adolescent’s journey. I noticed that most photographers portray adolescents as outsiders with…

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║ Henrik Duncker ║

© Henrik Duncker, Untitled #3, from the series Intiankatu 20, c.1990 © Henrik Duncker, Untitled #4, from the series Intiankatu 20, c.1990   “This series of mine is an early example of interactive, staged and acted documentary by students of the University of Arts and Design in Helsinki. These are collaboration portraits of people in…

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║ Matthew Shain (Chicago Project – part III) ║

caption (image above): © Matthew Shain, Miscellaneous Debris, 2005   © Matthew Shain, Father/Son I, 2005   “Identity, relationships, distance, reflection, elegy, and humor are some of the themes in my work. I began thinking of these ideas while photographing my father for a project designed to portray our relationship, or rather, the implied distance…

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