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Guido Gazzilli(b.1983) is a photographer from Rome.
He has extensively traveled throughout Europe,working on stories about subcultures and the independent music scene.
In the last years, he has concentrated on documentary style stories focusing mainly on cultural and social issues.
He has exhibited and published his work in a number of international galleries and magazines
and he has beem awarded several times.
He has worked as an assistant for Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrn (2010-2011).Currently he is working on different personal projects.
American. Born in 1967 in Tel Aviv. Lives in Berlin.
Since his first exhibition, in 1999, Michael Ackerman has made his mark by bringing a new, radical and unique approach.
His work on Varanasi, entitled “End Time City,” breaks away from all sorts of exoticism or any anecdotal attempt at description,to question time and death with a freedom granted by a distance from the panoramic – whose usage he renewed – to squares or rectangles.
In black and white, with permanent risk that led him to explore impossible lighting,he allowed the grainy images to create enigmatic and pregnant visions.
Michael Ackerman seeks – and finds – in the world he traverses,reflections of his personal malaise, doubts and anguish.
He received the Nadar Award for his book “End Time City” in 1999,
and the Infinity Award for Young Photographer by the International Center of Photography in 1998.
Represented by Gallery VU’.
born in Norfolk, England.
His work has been exhibited internationally, including Gallery VU (Paris),
Noordelicht (Holland, 2000 & 2011),Photo Espana 2001 (Madrid),Paris Photo (2000, 2005 & 2007),The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Recontres Internationales de Photographie (Arles, France) and more.
It has appeared in leading international publications, anthologies, and books as well as in numerous international private collections, and is part of the ‘Host’ Gallery’s permanent collection (London).
From 1998 until 2008, he was a member of ‘Gallery VU’ and ‘Agence VU’ in Paris.
He is one of the founding members of ‘AM projects’ along with artists Aaron McElroy, Daisuke Yokota, Ester Vonplon, Gert Jochems, and Tiane Doan Na Champassak.
His ‘big’ book “DEAD LIGHT, BONE DRY” will be published in 2013.
American, lives and works in Paris.
His childhood and adolescence were as itinerant as the route traced by his images: he left Korea at the age of nine, following his father to North Carolina, Alabama and the suburbs of Washington, D.C. After studying architecture at the University of Michigan, Baak took up photography in his late teens when he settled in New York. He consecrated himself entirely to the discipline when he moved to Paris at the age of thirty, where he has lived since 1998. Since then, he has been featured in one-man shows at Stichting Noorderlicht in Groningen, Holland (2001), at Galerie Vu in Paris (2002), at Daniel Miller Gallery, in Los Angeles (2006), at Phillips de Pury, in Paris (2006), and at Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt, in Paris (2006). In 2005, he was commissioned by the Dutch government to photograph the island of Schiermonnikoog, one of the few remaining isolated agricultural communities in Northern Europe. Baak’s resulting images capture the unique character of the island and its inhabitants, as well as its haunting landscape. His work is represented in numerous important private collections in the United States and Europe.
born in Barcelona in 1988, discovered photography at the age of 16 and ever since have devoted to it.Studies in photography and digital media in the Polytechnical University of Catalonia.
Attended several workshops, master-classes and portfolio reviews all over Europe.
In between documentary and diary-like photography,
his work is a personal reflection on the misplacement of the individual in the contemporary world.
«It is also about the wounds and longings that shape identity, the fragility that makes us human, and the pursuit of the essential in the heart of the mundane.»