Arquivos da categoria: Conhecimento
Kowallick’s pictures reveal a renewed involvement with the pre-Digital photographic tradition and modern portraiture.
Nadine Delrez wasborn in Verviers (Belgium) in 1971.
In2013, she decided to take onher passion and she interrup tedher professional career to join the photography section of the “Saint-Luc” School of Arts in Liège. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in 2016. During her curriculum, she has discovered theso-called “alternative” photographic techniques, to which she has not ceased to devote herself ever since, with a predilection for tri- orquadrichrome gumbichromate. This”non-argentic”photographic process consists of mixing gum arabic with diluted potassium bichromate and natural pigments, then coating the whole mixture on a support such as water color paper, before insolating it. Throughthis technique, freedom of creation is nearly total, while being random, even sometimes fortuitous
Animation filmmaker and self-taught photographer Ursula Ferrara has made her own 16″ x 20″ camera entirely from scratch. She shares some images of the creating process, as well as the resulting photos
fotogramas únicos em papel fotográfico do húngaro:
SZABÓ Dezso (1967)
Studied between 1990-97 at the Painting Faculty of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts. After his early monochrome paintings, his interest turned to photography. He records the scenes of air and natural disasters (Black Box, 1999), various natural phenomena (Tornado, 2001), enigmatic locations (Location, 2000), and deep-sea photography, on his small film camera, modelled from still photos extracted from television programmes, for the most part. With the re-creation of the scene and the image, Szabó questions the mechanisms of the functioning of images and their contemporary status. The self-annihilating logic of the maquette and the chosen subject matter indicates a kind of extreme in the modelling of the scene in his Time-Bomb series (2008).
Model of camera(s), type of film: For the GHOST STORIES series shown here as well as some earlier series, I’ve worked with Tracy Storer on the Polaroid 20×24 camera in San Francisco. I’ve also worked with 669 film a lot for image transfers and have used these in both my commercial photoillustration and my fine art photography.
Market: several daguerreotypes fraudulently attributed to Gustave Le Gray, Louis-Auguste Bisson, or Louis Daguerre
A falsificação do passado é uma prática recorrente na História (ou Estória ?), a construção de um passado glorioso, a “gentry fication”, as heráldicas familiares, e mesmo partes do gauchismo e do açorianismo…
Com a disseminação das técnicas dos processos histórico/alternativos começaram a surgir no rico mercado de antiguidades novos Daguerre ou Le Gray, já antes povoado por pinturas e móveis falsos de passado.
Na arte a falsificação ou re-elaboração do passado é um recurso recorrente, e tem um forte aliado nos processos histórico-alternativos.
ampliações fotográficas únicas em papel colorido, processo químico, com interferências, máscaras, etc, feitas pela autora, que vive entre Londres e Botswana.
Born in Aspen, Colorado, Chloe Sells began using photography in her artwork in 1993. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art, with a major in photography, taking her Masters in Fine Art from Central St. Martins in 2011. She currently lives and works between London and Maun, Botswana.
Using medium and large format film cameras, she produces each unique C-type print by hand in a darkroom. In some cases she works further onto the surfaces of her imagery using paint, marker and ink.
Source: Portfolios — Chloe Sells