Seeking Truth, András Ladocsi’s photography

Seeking Truth, András Ladocsi’s photography

Claudia Fuggetti · 2 years ago · Photography

András Ladocsi, an artist who wants to show his truth to the publicuses an alternative approach to documentary photography. Often the images he produces are halfway between realism and surrealism. His subjects are observed from a distance, the photographer becomes a silent narrator who wants to capture the unattended reality of things. What kind of truth are we talking about?

The artist intends the truth as the true essence of things and of the people he photographs.

“Insincerity makes me extremely disappointed. Therefore, the intention of my images is to find a piece of truth in the moment, in a movement, or to capture a sense of honesty in the looks of my subjects”.

Every moment becomes sacred and revealing, ready to be immortalized in its beauty. Take a look at our gallery and if you like this artist we also recommend Erli Grünzweil.

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Photographer Peter Li and the churches like you’ve never seen them before

Photographer Peter Li and the churches like you’ve never seen them before

Giulia Guido · 2 years ago · Photography

All of you, at least once in your life, have taken a panoramic photograph, taking in the entire horizon of the sea, the skyline of a city or the profile of the mountains, but you certainly never got to the level of Peter Li‘s shots.

The award-winning photographer, in fact, has gone against the tide, and instead of landscapes has decided to capture his favorite subject, namely the architecture, especially that of some of the most famous and beautiful churches in the world. In the shots you can find in our gallery you can admire the beauty of these buildings and the extraordinary symmetry that can only be discovered with this particular point of view.

The spaces, shadows, lights, shapes have a whole new look. Thanks to Peter Li’s panoramic photographs we have the opportunity to discover, or rather, to rediscover places that we already know.

Find out more about Peter Li’s work on his website and his Instagram profile.

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The contemporary surrealism of Meatwreck studio

The contemporary surrealism of Meatwreck studio

Giulia Pacciardi · 2 years ago · Photography

Meatwreck is a creative studio LA-based, born from a photographic collaboration between Mitra Savory and Dereck Paul Boyle. In her personal artistic research she has always focused on the representation of her body as a tool able to explore space, he on the anthropomorphism of the most common objects that we use during our days. The result of the union of these two minds is the creation of a disoriented visual language, sometimes repugnant, but aesthetically hypnotizing.

At first glance, their shots will seem to you only a bad photo taken with a mobile phone probably during an evening when you have given the best of you in some bars, but when you notice the details, you will wake up from the soporific state in which you find yourself every day. Their greatest skill lies in immortalizing trivial scenes by replacing the usual objects with unexpected objects that deceive the eye for their visual and tactile characteristics. Microwaves that become windows from which to spy on the neighbors in their intimate moments, cupcakes decorated with broken glass, steps of bread climbed barefoot.
A contemporary surrealism that you will be afraid to see, but whose scroll after scroll you can not do without.

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Betina Du Toit’s ethereal fashion photography

Betina Du Toit’s ethereal fashion photography

Claudia Fuggetti · 2 years ago · Photography

Betina Du Toit is a South African photographer who creates fashion images with an ethereal mood and celebrates the beauty of youth in a nostalgic way. The fashion world becomes a fairy kingdom, where time never passes and her subjects reveal a certain innocence and purity. Betina has collaborated with major fashion brands such as Chanel and with magazines such as Marie Claire France and Marie Claire USA.

Her favorite backgrounds are landscapes surrounded by nature, which make each scene unique and unrepeatable: an example is Bois de Boulogne, a park located on the western edge of the 16th arrondissement in Paris, rocky terrain of Cape Town in South Africa and the Dead Sea. Dreamy aesthetics and strong connection between the subjects add a touch of mystery to the various scenes, which can very well be parts of a story.

If you want to know more about this artist visit her website here and take a look at Gleeson Paulino‘s work.

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The lonely wanderers of Gustav Willeit

The lonely wanderers of Gustav Willeit

Giulia Ficicchia · 2 years ago · Photography

I will be more than happy if in front of these photographs someone will think of Caspar David Friedric and his “Wanderer above the sea fog”, it means that like me you’ve done your homework during high school or that the internet has washed your mind, reintroducing it to you in many different ways. Probably it’s because of his origin from the Dolomites or maybe it’s because it’s a real call of nature, but it doesn’t matter so much, Gustav Willeit knows how to photograph a solitary man in front of the majesty of nature.

He writes on his Behance profile, where he collects these photos under the name PERAT, that the main theme is silence, a very important and less known element for us – poor townspeople – that the human presence can’t bother in its natural contest. So that little and unknown individual, that seems like an intruse in his shoots, remembers us how small and quite powerless we are in front of the grandiosity of the things that surround us, like mountains, seas or others.

Do some good to your ego and your desire of silence and scroll down the images of this wonderful series.

 

 

 

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