Lee Miller

  Lee Miller first entered the world of photography in New York as a model to the great photographers of the day such as Edward STEICHEN, HOYNINGEN-HUENE and Arnold GENTHE. In 1929 she went to Paris and worked with the well known Surrealist artist and photographer Man RAY, and succeeded in establishing her own studio….

Pierre de Vallombreuse

This project puts forth the relationship that 11 indigenous minorities share with their environment and reveals how this relationship is affected by the intrusion of the modern world. Their situation brings us back to ours. What is our relationship with nature? Is the link not broken between the planet and our western societies? Create awareness…

Edouard Boubat

Boubat was born in Montmartre, Paris. He studied typography and graphic arts at the École Estienne and worked for a printing company before becoming a photographer. In 1943 he was subjected to service du travail obligatoire, forced labour of French people in Nazi Germany, and witnessed the horrors of World War II. He took his…

Tia Danko ( Martina Dankova)

 Born and living in Slovakia. Also known as Tia Danko. I am in love with using natural light based on the high contrast and lot of darkness. For me there are no limits or rules in photography but I feel something very special, strong and mystical between black and white and that’s what I prefer….

Lise Sarfati

Born in Oran, French Algeria, Sarfati grew up in Nice, France, graduating in Russian from the Sorbonne in 1979 with a thesis on Russian photography. In 1986, she became the official photographer for the Académie des Beaux Arts. From 1989 to 1998, she lived in Russia, photographing decaying industrial sites and abandoned young people[clarification needed]…

Josef Koudelka

Born in a tiny village of Moravia, Koudelka began photographing his family and surroundings as a teenager with a 6 x 6 Bakelite camera. He was trained at the Technical University in Prague and worked as an aeronautical engineer in Prague and Bratislava from 1961-67. He had been able to obtain an old Rolleiflex and…

Alexander Petrosyan

After taking up photography in the year 2000, Alexander Petrosyan realized that, in order to truly understand the world around him, he must first try to capture it through the camera lens, something at which he has continuously succeeded. Petrosyan finds true joy in exploring and portraying his subjects in innovative ways, photographing not only the…

Daniela Ortolani

Nacida en Roma en el septiembre del 1961, se distingue por una sobresaliente predisposición al movimiento, entendido como viajo. Ánimo libre y rebelde, hostil a las uniones y a las prohibiciones, acabados los estudios artísticos, se dedica con determinada pasión al desarrollo de su vida, siguiendo los olores, los sonidos, las sensaciones que la circundan….

Constantine Gedal

Born in the snows of no-man’s land Constantine liked to spend hours looking into the ice, that’s how some say he’s got his name (meaning stable, permanent) though others suggest that he was just a schizophrenic. Fleeing Tartar-Mongol invasion, Gedal moved to Europe, where he became good friends with Savonarola, with the later he went…

Amber Rose Ortolano

Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, Amber has traveled across the United States throughout most of her childhood. At 16, she has been featured in and interviewed for numerous magazines and websites. “I hope people see themselves. Each one of my photos is a small moment, and they will all add up to one life, and I…

Ami Vitale

In the beginning, photography was my passport to meeting people, learning, and experiencing new cultures. Now it is more than just a passport. It’s a tool for creating awareness and understanding across cultures, communities, and countries; a tool to make sense of our commonalities in the world we share. Home Guardar Guardar

Ivor Prickett

Having studied documentary photography at Newport University in Wales, Ivor began his career as a freelance photographer in London. With a particular interest in the aftermath of war and its humanitarian consequences, his early projects focused on issues throughout the Balkans. In 2009 he relocated to the Middle East from where he documented the ‘Arab…

Erich Lessing

Erich Lessing was born in Vienna in 1923 as the son of a dentist and a concert pianist. His father died of cancer in 1933. Sixteen-year-old Erich Lessing managed to escape to Palestine in 1939, but his mother and grandmother were murdered in Theresienstadt and Auschwitz. Lessing studied radio engineering at the Technion, the Israel…

Ben Shahn

Ben Shahn (September 12, 1898 – March 14, 1969) was a Lithuanian-born American artist. He is best known for his works of social realism, his left-wing political views, and his series of lectures published as The Shape of Content.

Fan Ho

Award-wining photographer Fan Ho won nearly 300 awards from international exhibitions and competitions worldwide since 1956. Ho was elected Fellow of the Photographic Society of America, Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, England; Honorary Member of the Photographic Societies of Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Brazil, Argentina, Singapore…

Rania Matar

Rania Matar was born and raised in Lebanon and moved to the U.S. in 1984. Originally trained as an architect at the American University of Beirut and at Cornell University, she studied photography at the New England School of Photography and the Maine Photographic Workshops. Matar started teaching photography in 2009 and offered summer photography…

Milos Bicanski

Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Bicanski began his career covering the tumultuous events surrounding the breakup of Yugoslavia for Serbian magazines and newspapers.Milos Bicanski now lives in Athens, Greece where he is focusing on documenting financial crisis and it reflection on society. For his work Milos has received several intrenational and domestic awards like Days of…

Ilse Bing

Ilse Bing (1899 – 1998) was a German avant-garde and commercial photographer who produced pioneering monochrome images during the inter-war era. Ilse Bing was born into a comfortable Jewish family in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, in 1899. As a child, her education was rich in music and art and her intellectual development was encouraged. In 1920 she…