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Shop • 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS GALLERY, MILAN presents the solo exhibition 'Giuseppe Mastromatteo – HUMANSCAPE', curated by Giovanni Pelloso, still on thru 18 November, 2018

09.10.2018 • Showcasing the photographic work of Giuseppe Mastromatteo, the exhibition is a retrospective which spans fifteen years of artistic production, starting with his most recent project Eyedentikit and the celebrated series Indepensense culminating in the techniques and experimentations of the early 2000’s. From 4 October to 18 November 2018, 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS gallery in Milan (via San Vittore 13) will host the exhibition by Giuseppe Mastromatteo HUMANSCAPE. Curated by Giovanni Pelloso, the exhibition will show a selection of unpublished work alongside better known works by the artist to fully convey the central theme of his research: the nature of identity. Between essence and perception.

Mastromatteo focuses his investigation on the body and, in particular, faces, exploring the concept of perfection in relation to the unstable and ephemeral nature of man. Adopting an almost philological approach to digital technologies, manipulating and subtracting, he plays with these paradoxes so that the images disappear, creating firstly an effect of estrangement followed by recognition...

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Shop • THIRTYTHREE : Hot on the photographic heels of Moholy-Nagy – a new generation of photographers in Hungary takes shape, as an exhibition at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center Budapest and in an illustrated book at Hatje Cantz

07.10.2018 • The history of photography is deeply rooted in Hungary, and many outstanding artists – including the iconic László Moholy-Nagy – have left their mark on the art of photography in the early twentieth century. However, it wasn’t until the mid-1980s that photography was incorporated into higher education at the institution which is now named after László Moholy-Nagy.

The THIRTYTHREE catalog (252 pages, 177 ills., 17 x 24 cm) from Hatje Cantz offers an extensive overview of the thirty-three years that have gone by since the program began. It also presents outstanding works by artists who have graduated from the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design. Alongside essays by Jörg M. Colberg and David Campany, the volume features works by Sári Ember, Anna Fabricius, Viola Fátyol, Adél Koleszár, Gábor Arion Kudász, Péter Puklus, Gergely Szatmári, Éva Szombat and others.

The exhibition is on display from 8 October thru 9 December 2018 at Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, Budapest: "The exhibition THIRTYTHREE takes a look back on the last three decades at the photography...

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Shop • As time goes by... "Abbey Road" honoring Septime Webre's 10th anniversary as the ballet's Artistic Director - the 'Wonderland' book cover motif for the Washington Ballet was photographed by Cade MARTIN c/o ANDREA HEBERGER

07.10.2018 • The Bach-Beatles motif is the cover of Washington Ballet's commemorative book "Wonderland" - which was shot by Cade MARTIN c/o ANDREA HEBERGER honoring Septime Webre's 10th anniversary as the ballet's Artistic Director. Shot on Constitution Avenue with the sun rising over the Capitol building, it is an ode to the iconic Beatles 'Abbey Road' album cover. Webre, 55, who stepped down from helming the Washington Ballet after 17 years in 2017, headed to Hong Kong, where he is the Artistic Director of the Hong Kong Ballet. Though Webre will keep a toe in Washington – as Artistic Director of Halcyon’s stage series. GoSee: amazon.com/Wonderland


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Shop • The Family - artwork by Robby Cyron on GoSee and now available in his GoSeeSHOP

03.10.2018 • Robby Cyron – born in 1970 – became interested in artistic photography in the early 90s. His first exhibition was in Fulda, where he emigrated in the late 80s. He was co-founder of Gallery Eismaschine in Fulda (Germany) in 1995 and gwl* (Galeria w lesie) in Warsaw in 2012. Many years of traveling to several countries became the main inspiration for both his works of art as well as commercial works.

He cooperates daily with Polish and international magazines: Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Playboy, Marie Claire, Twój Styl and several international brands such as: Avon, Nivea, Johnson&Johnson, Dove, Audi, Fiat, Toyota, Lexus, Cola-Cola, and Nike.

GoSee presents his spread entitled 'Family', which is available in the following formats:

Format 143x192 cm, Edition 3 + 1 AP, archival pigment print on Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310, framed with wenge wood.

Format 100 x 140 cm, Edition 5 + 1 AP, archival pigment print on Canson Infinity – Rag Photographique 210, under Diasec 5 mm.

Format 70 x 100 cm, Edition 7 + 1 AP, archival pigment print on Canson Infinity – Rag...

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Shop • GoSee loves ...Terje Abusdal 'Slash & Burn' the multiple award-winning photography project about the mysticism and modern identity of the Forest Finns as a must-have illustrated book by Kehrer Publishing

25.09.2018 • Terje Abusdal (* 1978) received the prestigious Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2017 for his photo series "Slash & Burn". The project is available as an illustrated book from Kehrer Publishing. The Norwegian started "Slash & Burn" as a final thesis at the Danish School of Journalism – and it developed into a long-term project. During his three-year research term, the photographer delved deeper and deeper into the tradition of the Forest Finns – now a state-recognized minority in Norway.

Finnskogen – which directly translates to “The Forest of the Finns” – is a large, contiguous forest belt along the Norwegian-Swedish border, where farming families from Finland settled in the early 1600s. The immigrants – called Forest Finns – were slash-and-burn farmers. This ancient agricultural method yielded plentiful crops, but required large forested areas as the soil was quickly exhausted. The Forest Finns’ understanding of nature was rooted in an Eastern shamanistic tradition, and they are often associated with magic and mysticism. This photographic project draws on these beliefs while...

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Shop • Adobe Stock #NewFace Corinna Gissemann : Enter the sweet workday of a food photographer and experience Corinna live on set at the #AdobeNight on 27 September in Cologne

14.09.2018 • Chocolate cake, ice cream and cheesecake – all in a rustic, dark scenery: The unique photos by Food Photographer Corinna Gissemann whet the appetite for more. The Brandenburger taught herself the craft eight years ago – and that to perfection. She has meanwhile published several books about atmospheric food photography. And from the very beginning of her career, she has offered works full of character on Adobe Stock.

Photos with personality – planning with great attention to detail is the key to Corinna Gissemann's photos of mostly sweet treats. Rustic backgrounds and surfaces ensure the right mood. Even the cutlery and tableware look as if they have a story to tell. "A corner may have cracked off, but that adds to the big picture," the Brandenburger explains. Plus, the camera setting is essential. Corinna selects a slight underexposure while taking the photos, which gives her an impression right away of what her dark final result will look like. The next step? Adobe Lightroom CC! "I like to play with depth and lighting and use the correction brush to highlight details. I only...

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Shop • Adobe Stock presents : #NewFace 'into the world' – Marcus Hofschulz and Christof Schoppa, aka photographers & explorers

29.08.2018 • You won't find boring travel photos by Marcus Hofschulz and Christof Schoppa. As "into the world", the two professional photographers and adventurers are now part of Adobe Stock #NewFace, offering their work in a premium portfolio on Adobe Stock.

Forests shrouded in fog, atmospheric lakes and rugged mountain landscapes are the basic elements of their photos, which were created while traveling the world. So they practically live in an off-road vehicle. How did the two digital nomads achieve this lifestyle? It all started with Claus Kleber. When the news anchorman reported in 2014 that the last VW Bulli T2 was leaving the assembly line, it sparked the idea to drive around the world and explore the fascinating nature of the earth.

Marcus and Christof need no more than 15 euros a day to be happy, but all the more storage space: The two of them together shoot 40 to 50 gigabytes of photos every day. It's Christof's job to view, sort and edit the material. Marcus is mainly responsible for administration. The two photographers recently shared their tips for the perfect vacation...

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Shop • The 'Arthur Laing Bridge' – Janik Gensheimer's version of the Vancouver tourist attraction now available in his GoSeeSHOP for editorials, campaigns or as an art print

14.08.2018 • Janik Gensheimer, born 1989, is a trained advertising photographer, specialized in architecture, product and landscape photography. Following a three-year photography education at Lette Verein Berlin were several years of work as an assistant in the areas of product, architecture and automotive advertising. His long-years of working as a photo editor in the area of round off his wonderful job profile. At the end of 2016, Janik Gensheimer was drawn back his beautiful home to picturesque Freiburg after a total of seven instructive years in Berlin.

We present you his latest personal work entitled 'Arthur Laing Bridge' in his GoSeeSHOP. The photos were shot at the aforementioned bridge which connects the airport with the city of Vancouver, Canada. "What fascinates me most about it is the monumental architecture and the connection between the airport island and the city as well as the seemingly never-ending, swelling flow of traffic. Thus the idea of presenting the bridge when it is empty. A state that almost never occurs, which gives it a somewhat surreal appearance – particularly...

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