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Uncovered - Image of the week

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New symbols of creation, art relies on this for the future.
We give you the opportunity to discover new artists and expressionist movements. You will assess their talents, which have already been confirmed. Always ready to share, Fine Art Tv offers you the chance to see, approach and listen. Whatever they explore, make the most of the rare moments of creativity to understand the way their images are produced.

Each week you will read what our columnists think of them. Make the most of the portfolio and watch the film dedicated to them.


Andreas Mahl - A Polaroid Vision

Andreas Mahl - A Polaroid Vision

Andreas Mahl is a surprising and enigmatic man. Just when you start to understand him, he diverts you from your thoughts and loses you again.
A man of experience, he cannot and does not want to be affiliated with only one period of his life...


 

Francesco Scavullo - Celebrity Portraits

Francesco Scavullo - Celebrity Portraits

Francesco Scavullo was one of the most active American fashion photographers. He is well known for his work on the covers of magazines and for his celebrity portraits.


 

Bruno Suet - The Time of Tea

Bruno Suet - The Time of Tea The Time of Tea isn't the name of Woody Allen's latest film, but the name given to the two weeks that we will dedicate to Bruno Suet's photography and our meeting with the Great Master of Tea, Master Tseng.

 

Guillaume Lemarchal

Guillaume Lemarchal

Born from a human need that soon will be obsolete, the places photographed by Guillaume Lemarchal are the resonance of silence after agitation. The silent activity leaves the corpses of these contructs to nature. The landscape becomes memory and the photographer tells the tale of stories past.


 

Anton Solomoukha - Little Red Riding Hood Visits The Louvre

Anton Solomoukha - Little Red Riding Hood Visits The Louvre

One is put off balance by his character, surprised by his creations. When we listen to him speak we understand and suddenly we fall under his charm! Let us share the discussion with Anton Solomoukha in his workshop.


 

Fazal Sheikh - Moksha

Fazal Sheikh

For five hundred years the holy city of Vrindavan in northern India has been a haven for India's dispossessed widows. It is in this universe that Fazal Sheikh, born in New York in 1965 and prize-winner of numerous prestigious awards, takes us.


 

David Jiménez

David Jiménez

After studying at the School of Fine Arts in Madrid, David Jiménez pursued his artistic studies into the world of photography, using as his influences the likes of Duane Michals, Antoins D’Agata, Eikoh Hosoe, Jan Saudek and Bernard Plossu. His approach to this artform rapidly developed, allowing him to win in 1999 the first prize for young talent at the Spanish photographic festival.


 

Bruno Suet - The Time of Tea (part 2)

Bruno Suet - The Time of Tea The Time of Tea isn't the name of Woody Allen's latest film, but the name given to the two weeks that we will dedicate to Bruno Suet's photography and our meeting with the Great Master of Tea, Master Tseng.

 

Pinchuk Art Center

Pinchuk Art Center The PinchukArtCentre is one of the largest centers of contemporary art in Eastern Europe. Created by businessman Victor Pinchuk, it was designed by french architect Philippe Chiambaretta and opened in Kiev, Ukraine September 16, 2006.

 

François Xavier Prévot - Poet Walking

François Xavier Prévot - Poet Walking

Life is short and the world is large” François-Xavier Prévot tells us. Traveller and poet of the image, this photographer left everything behind at the age of 41 to follow the desires of his heart, which came to him during a walk in the great Sahara. Appearing to himself, he decided no longer to dream of his existence but to live it.


 

Christian Courrèges - Portraits

Christian Courrèges - Portraits

Christian Courrèges does not believe in the truth of a portrait. The romantic vision that a painter or a photographer can capture the reflections of the soul goes against his beliefs. So to stop the lie, he photographed the uniforms worn by men.


 

Michel Médinger

Michel Médinger

Michel Medinger, was a real lover of photography before becoming a professional at this art-form himself. He is a specialist of photographs featuring as its subject dead animals, something that he loves to photograph, with a lot of passion and technical perfection in his Luxemburg studio.


 
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