CHRISTIAN HEIDEBUR // Christian is a self-taught photographer, based in Munich, Germany. Photography for him is a way to be in touch with his environment and nature, a way of being mindful. He enjoys the challenge of creating interesting double and multiple exposures, something he has put to excellent use in this artful portrait series.
ANDREA BORIN //Andrea was born in Italy but has been living in New Zealand since 2010. In his works he uses photography as a poetic and metaphorical language. He shared a self-portrait series that he calls “The Self and its Doubles”.
ANWAR EHTESHAM // Anwar grew up in the port city of Chittagong in Bangladesh and later moved to the capital Dhaka. His photography tells diverse stories, genres ranging from documentary to abstract and nature photography. Anwar shared a series of photos from the eleventh edition of ‘Chobi Mela’, an international photography festival in Dhaka.
HANS VERDUIN // Hans lives in the Netherlands, and he enjoys capturing beautiful objects, or, as he puts it, capturing objects beautifully. The Dutch artist Han Lammers creates metal sculptures based on mathematical equations, and Hans was able to observe him at work and shared a documentary series with us.
ALICIA HABER // Alicia is a Uruguayan art historian who has been a professor, researcher and curator. On a recent visit to Miami, Florida, she visited the Rubell Museum and was very impressed by its collection. She shared a series of her photographer´s gaze on the exhibitions that she found especially enticing.
LINDA AMANG // Linda is a photographer based in Caen, in the Normandy region of France. She loves documenting life around her, watching, listening, narrating a story. When she visited the light installation “Frame perspective” by Olivier Ratsi she loved capturing the reaction of the visitors to this spectacular dialogue between architecture and contemporary art […]