For the past three decades, Canadian photographer Barbara Cole has been pushing the boundaries of photography. Having been called an innovator countless times, her approach to photography merges turn-of-the-century traditions with digital technologies to create ethereal works of art.
The Hungarian born French photographer, surrealist, painter and sculptor Brassaï is considered one of the greatest photographers and image makers of the 20th century. His body of work consistently blurred the lines between street photography and fine art.
Kimiko Yoshida is a Japanese born photographer who divides her time between Paris, France and Venice, Italy. Her work is devoted to self-portraits. Part conceptual artist, part performance artist and part artistic portraitist — Yoshida’s photographic work deals with the concepts of personal and cultural identity.
Michael Massaia, the self taught, American photographer and printmaker was born in 1978 in New Jersey. Focusing primarily on large format black and white film, the body of images he has produced in the last decade show impeccable attention to technique and composition.
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.
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.
Christopher Broadbent is photographer whose still life work melts boundaries between photography and painting. Inspired by 17th and 18th century Renaissance paintings of natura morta, Broadbent presents poetic, silent images that investigate moments of intimate and temporal suspension.