Robert Hutinski

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What is in the photos is what I think I see.

– To observe – To document – To communicate – To warn – To take a stand
Today, the political permeates most practices in the everyday of an individual who both executes and produces them and only rarely (in most cases) questions and examines their origin. The complex array of topics pertaining to the notion of the political affect the individual from cradle to tomb without (in most cases) the individual’s awareness thereof. All these practices and ideas which are in constant conflict are translated and assimilated via various fields into the individual’s everyday. One such field is photography whose very power lies in being politically incorrect in practice. Only thus can it be morally and ethically pure – a factor of reflection and promotion of awareness.
I was born in 1969, Celje; this is where I live. I have held some solo and several group exhibitions at home and abroad.
I have received several Slovenian and international awards and prizes for my photos.

Matjaz Krivic

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MATJAZ KRIVIC is a globe-trotting photographer specializing in capturing the personality and grandeur of indigenous people and places.

For 20 years he has covered the face of the earth in his intense, personal and aesthetically moving style that has won him several prestigious awards.

He has made the road his home, and most of the time you can find him traveling with his camera somewhere between Sahara and Himalaya

Ciril Jazbec

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Jost Franko

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Damjan Voglar

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Dare Turnsek

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Drago Metljak

Drago Metljak, eslovenia