Leo Garcia is a self-taught photographer who grew up in Totonicapán, a small town in the highlands of Guatemala. There he started a photography career in 2012 with a first two-person exhibition called “6” in which he and another artist contrasted their environments being the city and rural life.
His work reflects strong influences that range from art and music, to social issues, having the opportunity to have worked on editorial assignments for musicians such as Damien Jurado, Nite Jewel, Jesse Baez, Gary Wilson, and Nicholas Kgrovich.
Salva Borrego is a photographer based in Barcelona who, after more than twenty years working as a creative in the audiovisual industry, decides to pursue his passion for artistic photography, a hidden skill never shown until now. His work is centered on people and places, seeking to transform external spaces into internal emotional states.
My name is Luiza Possamai Kons. I was born in Assis Chateubriand, in 1993, western region of Paraná, Brazil. My home town’s history is marked by cycles of agricultural production and its consequences. I feel like a line fragment from that land.
Master’s degree in Arts from Universidade Estadual do Paraná (UNESPAR), 2021, and Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), 2017.
I understand photography as a political tool that reflects human relationships and its connections. In my creation process I discuss: gender, belongingness and the images that were not.
Javier is a Peruvian photographer whose projects emphasizes the diversity of experiences, from personal views to contemporary issues. Interested observer of the own territory, what seeks to transmit affection as a form of representing the sum of space and identity and the arising relationship with the individual. Gets a Master in Photography – Maldefoco, at Centro de la Imagen in Lima. Holds a degree Diploma in Photography taken at La Fototeca, Guatemala. A professional in Communication specialized in Film Studies. Assisted workshops from digital to analogue photography and lab, photo edition, post production and studio lightning.
Javier’s artwork shown in LimaPhoto, ArtLima Gallery Weekend, Barranco Open Studios, GuatePhoto, Prisma Fest and group expos in art galleries at Lima, Toronto, Madrid, Santander, Guatemala, Costa Rica. Had published a personal photography book and was the photo editor of an architecture studio publication and other magazines. His images appears in art collectors and auctions catalogues, festivals brochures, art press coverage and specialised magazines. Also published for editorial photography content, corporate, documentary and press. Javier is head and director of Espacional Art, an artistic personal project focus in the interpretation of what is Lima with its social and individual concerns.
Creating from the studio of art & photo, fine art printmaking, painting original pieces, curatorial and edition for exhibition and distribution of Espacional own art.
Edo García (Santiago de Chile, 1984) Photographer, audiovisual producer and visual artist from Chile. He currently resident in Catalonia, Spain.
Amanda Cots is a photographer and cinematographer from Spain. Her photographical project Garbi has been selected for Descubrimientos Photoespaña 2021 and is currently on exhibition at Ona Gallery along with the work of cuban artist Alejandra Glez. As a cinematographer, her films have been screened at major festivals such as San Sebastian, Visions Du Reel or Biarritz.
Born in a small town close to Vienna, Austria, 1991. After graduating from high school she
completed a training as a hair and makeup artist in Vienna. While working as a freelance makeup artist for several years, she finished her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of East Asian Studies at the University of Vienna in 2016. She is currently a D.F.A candidate at Kyoto University of the Arts, using wet plate collodion photography as an extension of her exploration of the human unconscious mind. My work is the result of the effort to gain a deeper understanding of other human beings and to unveil unconscious aspects of the human mind.
Many of my projects are collaborative, as I try almost like an actor to expand my own awareness by absorbing other people’s experiences. Therefore, the mask has been a recurring motif in my work. While some of my work is strongly influenced by my experiences as a makeup artist, I have expressed masks through various kinds of media like projection mapping and video installations.
To me, masks are not only a mere tool for masquerade but a means to expose something through the concealment of something else. This contradictory essence of masks has led me to use them as a metaphor for the natural interconnectivity between people and the elusiveness of the self. Working with the wet plate collodion process has created an opportunity to reflect on these issues in a completely new way, and to further explore the possibilities of expressing masks through photography.
Alan Marroquin is a Guatemalan artist and photographer born in 1986. He uses photographs to talk about social issues, childhood, mental illness, collective consciousness, and introspective thoughts in his work.
His images are a mixture of documentary and cinematographic style that look like fragments chosen from a broader vision as if they were dreamlike situations regarding feelings where the importance are the facial expressions, spaces, and textures, representing with his shots a state of mind and revealing the projection before his own characters, many of them based on film or animation.
His main work is Portraits and he is interested in the surreal and imaginary world but with influence in his reality which is his place of origin “Guatemala and Latin America”.
Elena Egorova is an artist hailing from Far East Russia who went to Japan as a child and has lived since then. She started her career as a photographer capturing the essence of street adventures in Tokyo’s Hip Hop scene of Japanese and foreign artists.
Egorova was inspired by music, fashion, male beauty, and love in general. She found a passion for photography, gathering a vast amount of knowledge in multiple sectors of the fashion and photography industries. Working in the modeling business as a model and model agent and assisting Japan’s top photographer simultaneously.
Catch a glimpse of what the Little Russian Shooter sees in her visuals of magazines she’s been featured in Vogue, The Fader, and some video productions, working with musicians around the world, fashion local and foreign brands, and numerous other influencers of the new era.
” kizuki no shirushi”
I came across ‘’ hamburger button’’ (the button in websites and apps that typically opens up into a side menu or navigation drawer) when I’m using my phone. And I found that is so cool such a simple design especially if I get notifications.
Then “ three lines and one circle ‘’ turned into a big inspiration to make artworks.
So what I did in this’ ‘ kizuki no shirushi ’’series is I took photos when I stumbled upon situations that consisted of ‘’ three lines and one circle” in every life.
It was so interesting to find myself that I’m always seeking `” three lines and one circle “ in daily life pretty unconsciously. I’m guessing it’s kind of like color bath effects *. I was like I can’t take to not take a photo when I saw the situations that I mentioned.
If I talk about a bit more detail, I normally choose cameras depending on what I want to express. The most of photography in this series is taken by I phone. because I didn’t bring out the cameras and I thought it is enough to express.
Besides that, this series is exhibited in Tokyo, Aoyama. It was my 2nd exhibition.
*psychological term which describes “if you focus on certain color(or things), that color sticks to your mind, and you unconsciously keep paying attention to that color around you after that.