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Jörg DICKMANN

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Born in 1973 in Sauerland, the artist Jörg Dickmann moved to Munich in the south of Germany. A self-taught photographer, he became interested in the subject from childhood, learning from his father’s example, who was inseparable from his SLR. In the early days, he took polaroid snapshots during his holidays, for fun and with no particular ambition. His talent for shooting and digital post-production treatment developed in the late 1990s. Armed with a digital reflex, he started to broadcast his images on social networks; these were later published in various German magazines (Foto Praxis, Focus or ELLE City). Jörg Dickmann’s favourite themes are urban landscapes, street scenes, architecture, and the energy of light. A keen globetrotter, he mainly produces shots with long exposure, focusing on the chromatic wealth of cities once night has fallen.  ... Vedi di più Vedere di meno

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While Massimo Siragusa remains fascinated by the architecture of his native Italy, it is as much for its beauty as for its contradictions. In his view, no photograph can simply document or describe a place, its status as an image obviously includes an element of ambiguity and illusion. This is the dimension that enables him to share such different points of view and ideas. A photograph can therefore have several meanings, while contributing to the construction of the human conscience. Photographed from a sufficiently distanciated perspective, lit by bright and homogenous lighting, the architecture, gardens or public squares captured by the artist acquire a certain monumentality and sense of permanence. This is counterbalanced however by the suggestion of the presence of humans, who make these sites more lively, animated and colourful. A central concern for Siragusa, this almost systematic human presence enables us both to evaluate the scale of these vast spaces and to reveal the relationships that humans maintain with their environment.

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17 luglio 2015

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