Tom Stoddart

Tom Stoddart began his photographic career on a local newspaper in his native North-East of England. In 1978 he moved to London and began working freelance for publications such as the Sunday Times and Time Magazine. During a long and varied career he has witnessed such international events as the war in Lebanon, the fall […]

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Abidmian Lalmian Syed

In a career spanning 70 years, A.L. Syed became one of the important figures of 20th-century Indian photography. Working in black and white, his apparently neutral stance conceals a deeply compassionate vision of human existence

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Narelle Autio

“I was born in a beachside suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. On leaving school I went to an art college with the vision of becoming a painter… Somehow I ended up with a camera, instead of a paintbrush, in my hand. “After graduating with a degree in Visual Arts in 1990, I began working for […]

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James Houston

James Houston was born in 1965 in Sydney, Australia. At an early age, he began to study ceramic sculpture and design at school, where he was awarded first in the state of NSW for Art in the HSC (High School Certificate). At 19 years old, shortly after leaving school, Houston held his first solo exhibition […]

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Jurij Treskow was born in 1984 in Polozk (Belarus) and grew up in Brest (Belarus). At the age of 17 he moved to Germany. In 2008 Jurij started doing photography in Berlin. In 2009 he settled in Paris to become a professional photographer. Treskow’s work is characterised by an intuitive sense of sexuality and attention […]


André Kertész

Perhaps more than any other photographer, Andre Kertesz discovered and demonstrated the special aesthetic of the small camera. These beautiful little machines seemed at first hardly serious enough for the typical professional, with his straightforward and factual approach to the subject. Most of those who did use small cameras tried to make them do what […]

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Eduardo Almeida

      Perdido en el resonar latente de las montañas, en su inmensidad abrumadora y en las frías cimas cubiertas de nieve y hielo, donde el espíritu fluye como el agua entre las rocas y se libera de la prisión impuesta, es quizás allí donde encuentro lo que creí perdido. Es allí donde renacemos […]

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Adriana Lestido

  Nació en Buenos Aires en 1955. Vive en Buenos Aires y Mar de las Pampas, Argentina. Adriana Lestido comenzó estudiando fotografía en 1979, en la Escuela de Arte y Técnicas Audiovisuales de Avellaneda. Entre 1982 y 1995 trabajó como fotoperiodista para el diario La Voz, la Agencia Diarios y Noticias (DyN) y el diario […]

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Laurence Aberhart

  Laurence Aberhart is a Photographer based in Russell, Northland, New Zealand. His first solo exhibition was at the Peter McLeavey Gallery, Wellington, 1978. He regularly exhibits in Wellington, Auckland, Sydney and Hong Kong and has exhibited work in Los Angeles, Europe, throughout New Zealand and Australia. Laurence has received a number of Arts Council […]

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thomas ruff

Thomas Ruff’s photography suggests the possibilities of his chosen medium, as he might use digital manipulation for one subject and antiquated darkroom techniques for another. Ruff works in series, creating defined bodies of work whose subjects include empty domestic interiors, appropriated interplanetary images captured by NASA, abstractions of modernist architecture, three-dimensional computer-generated Pop imagery, and […]

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Horst Diekgerdes

Of German origin, Diekgerdes started his professional career in paris before moving to London. He is currently based between London and Paris. His editorial work can regularly be seen in International publications such as Dazed & Confused, Arena Homme+, Self Service, Another Magazine, Anotherman, British Vogue, Numero, Japenese Vogue, Numero Homme, Harpers Bazzar, Teen Vogue […]

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Sid Avery

  Sid Avery discovered his love and talent of photography when he was young due to the fact that he studied under his uncle, Max Tatch, who was a landscape and architectural photographer. His uncle was able to teach him the skills required to use cameras, film and darkrooms. After he graduated from high school, […]

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Luke Wolagiewicz

Luke Wolagiewicz lives in London. Over the last 15 years he has worked across the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa, focusing his attention on contemporary political and social issues. His work has been published in The New York Times, Newsweek Magazine, USA Today, The Financial Times, Le Figaro Magazine, The Economist, The Times, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, Stern, Der […]

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Sharif Hamza

Fashion photographer Sharif Hamza began his career in 2010, shooting the October cover for British magazine Dazed & Confused, quickly gaining recognition for his vibrant compositions and innovative use of light. The young photographer has since collaborated on numerous editorial and cover shoots for publications such as Vogue Japan, V, AnOther, Interview, Industrie and Love and […]

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Herlinde Koelbl

»Mostly large-scale thematic projects, often dealing with societal taboos. Since the end of the 1980`s one of Germany’s most widely discussed photographers.« Lexicon of Photographers 1900 – today, Munich 2002 »One of her largest projects was “Jüdische Portraits” (Jewish Portraits). Here she did not limit herself to photographic portraits of world-renowned Jewish personalities of German […]

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Emilio Morenatti

  Emilio Morenatti, a native of Spain who studied graphic design, started working as a photojournalist for a local newspaper in 1989. In 1992, he joined the Spanish news agency Efe. He has worked exclusively for the Associated Press since March 2004. In 2009, Pictures of the Year International named him newspaper photographer of the […]

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Jeanloup Sieff

  Jeanloup Sieff (November 30, 1933 – 20 September 2000) was a fashion photographer. Sieff was born in Paris to parents of Polish origin. His interest in photography was first piqued when he received a Photax plastic camera as a birthday gift for his fourteenth birthday. He recalled his holidays in Polish winter resort of […]

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Melih Dönmezer

        Melih Dönmezer is a Turkish photographer who likes to experiment with the photographic process. He digitally manipulates his images through several techniques, including that of combining them with scanned powered papers. You can find more of Melih’s photographs on his page and on flickr.

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Carmelo Donato

 Carmelo was raised in a traditional Italian household in Montreal. He first became interested in photography while snowboarding and skateboarding. His fascination with the photographic styles of these sports led him to study photography at Dawson College in Montreal and later at Ryerson University in Toronto. From Canada, he traveled to Thailand where he practiced […]

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Acacia Johnson

Acacia Johnson is a photographer and artist from Alaska. Her photographic process can be described as expeditionary in nature, exploring her profound connection to the landscapes of the Far North in Alaska, Scandinavia, Iceland, and beyond. Acacia has spent several years living in Norway and has exhibited her work internationally. A recent graduate of the […]

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