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Dream and Creation

642 Photographs

YellowKorner’s Dream and Creation collections bring together contemporary art creations - art photos that truly allow you to dream. Here, contemporary photographers free themselves from more classic styles of photography to let their imaginations run wild with unique - sometimes unbelievable - creations. Discover the boundless imaginations of YellowKorner artists and the poetry and imagination behind their works of art.  ... See more See less

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Numbered Limited Editions

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Gelatin silver prints created in our professional laboratory under the artists' supervision.

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JULIETTE JOURDAIN

Juliette Jourdain is a young French photographer based in Paris. After three years of photo studies at l'EFET, she started a career as an independent professional. Specialising in the art of the portrait, her portfolio subsequently testified to her great aptitude for staging. In ...

FORMENTO+FORMENTO

Partners both in work and in life, BJ and Richeille Formento have collaborated since 2009. After studying fine arts at the Academy of Arts University in San Francisco, BJ began his career in New York after assisting major photographers such as Richard Avedon, Mary Ellen Mark, and...

KODAK COLORAMA DISPLAY COLLECTION - PETER GALES

Launching this collection were giant, backlit images by Kodak, in the hall of Grand Central Station in New York, which the firm used at the time to proclaim its photographic omnipotence. Used as advertising tools in the legendary Manhattan train station from 1950 to 1990, the pla...