Stephen Wilkes, since opening his studio in 1983, has continually pushed the boundaries and possibilities of the photographic medium. The Connecticut based photographer has shot numerous editorial and commercial assignments, but his best known project, Day to Night, is a series of photographs that captures the passage of time within a single frame.
The work of Mexican native Flor Garduño evokes the past, the present, and the future all in one frame. Her sensual and elegant, black and white photography references Mexican folklore, and recalls ancient rituals, tradition and mysticism.
“The mind is like an umbrella. It’s most useful when open. ” ― Walter Gropius
Massimo Listri is a photographer who never documents but rather invents beauty. These are the words Vittorio Sgarbi, the famed art critic and historian has used to define the Florentine artist
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Gilbert Garcin is one of the rare artists who is a director, photographer, and stage designer all at once. Just like an orchestra chef, he is involved in each step of his craft.
“Love is just a word until someone comes along and gives it meaning.” ― Paulo Coelho
Karen Knorr is intrigued by the history of grand private spaces. Her work often deals with class distinctions, value systems, social morays and a great respect and fascination for the natural world.