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Françoise Huguier
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
Françoise Huguier is one of the great reportage photographers, winning the World Press Photo Prize in 1993. Traveling the globe and documenting the everyday rituals of the peoples of the world, her practice has evolved over time, and has recently even included filmmaking.

Tierney Gearon
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1963.
Gearon’s photographs focus on her children and family, featuring them in spontaneous and unassuming poses. In her first solo exhibition in the U.S...

Peter G Balazsy
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography

Violeta Gomez
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
Violeta Gomez was born in Barcelona. She met the artistic world for the first time during her collaborations for the fanzine Movimiento Moderno in the mid 80s...

Igor Kraszewski
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
Igor Kraszewski was born in 1973. He has no special art education but a longing to create has marked the beginning of his creative career, and skills and experience have came in due course.

Fabio Cabral
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
Cabral's Anjos Proibidos (Forbidden Angels) collects 51 black-and-white images, including all 24 of those seized in 1991. Reflecting his commercial and fashion backgrounds (and his Brazilian sensibility), Cabral poses his semi-nude models provocatively, and the results are mixed...

Catherine Angel
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
American, born in 1957.

Egon Schiele
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
Austrian expressionist artist Egon Leo Adolf Schiele, b. June 12, 1890, d. Oct. 31, 1918, was at odds with art critics and society for most of his brief life. Even more than Gustav Klimt, Schiele made eroticism one of his major themes and was briefly imprisoned for obscenity in 1912...

Pablo Picasso
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Painting
(1881-1973), Spain.
The initiator of Cubism and probably the paramount influence on the art of the 20th century. He did not seek to imitate form, but to create form. From a leader of the postimpressionist school, he evolved into the creation of a language of form, a visual music.

Jock Sturges
Added: 2000-01-01
Category: Photography
In his art, photographer Jock Sturges explores issues of youth and the liberation of the body and spirit. These unfogetable images are made from his own ciecle of acquaintances and family; the settings are their homes and stretches of naturist beaches in France and Northern California...


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