United States of America
New York City
After extensively exploring digital photography and video. From 2018, Yuan has begun to examine analog photography again – produce an ongoing diary series of private scenes - "Vague." She uses a medium format camera - Mamiya C330 twin lens to capture her idea. Each photo produced like a small intimate ceremony. Her subjects are young migrant Chinese women she has engaged in New York City. Those wonderful women are all foreigners to this country, far awa...
Norway
Trondheim
A Woman Who is a series of close ups of my body. Where stretch marks, stomach rolls, marks after underwear and body hair, which are seen as the ugly part of the body, become something beautiful. These series of self portraits focus on what is like to be a woman today, being my own muse and be comfortable in my own skin. To grown into womanhood and learn to find beauty in these lines of history, these of love lines. A Woman Who is also an extenti...
United States of America
Brooklyn
I'm uncomfortable being photographed and have been uncomfortable exposing a lot of skin - even at the beach. Like most females growing up in a big city, the unsolicited and lewd attention, that began in my pre-teen years, made me guarded, feeling ashamed of my body. Now, as a mature woman I've been working to reclaim my self-image through my art. My self-portaitures challenge me to see the sensual nature of my female form, both soft and strong, and pr...
United States of America
West Palm Beach
We are children playing adult, wandering through the fog, casting illusions of grandeur and promises of success beyond the periphery. Perhaps it is what goads us on, a flicker in the fade.  My name is Arnauld D'Angelo Sylvain, and I am a painter. This work is a collection of photographs I've taken in Verona, Italy. During the Winter of 2017. All on 35mm film. During that winer, me a couple of architecture students were invited to stay in a Villa on t...
United States of America
San Francisco
There's always tension between our private and our public presence. I explore where these intersect in everyday life. I am interested in the humor that comes from the interconnection and isolation between people as they move throughout their day, as well as the transcendent moments that arise in response to life and life only. I impose upon these instances capturing things that are usually passed unseen. The way life changes can be tragic. Having o...
France
Paris
Crépus is an on-going photo series on Black hair of Black people in France. I’ve started this series back in 2019, everything began with a global project on Racism I'm still working on, with different lines of research. A short film I've directed called "The Orange child", it deals with the vision of racism through the eyes of a Black child and about the stereotypes in the cinema and video game industry in France which led me to start creating my own shor...
United Kingdom
Hereford
Artist Statement ‘Old Wives’ Tales Pregnancy Myth’ This series is a tongue in cheek look at Old Wives’ Tales and when I became pregnant the second time I decided I wanted to play with the idea of myths. Often regarded as irrational, illogical and absurd stories that over the passing of time have become more of a fanciful saying than anything of truth. The Oxford dictionary understands the term Old Wives’ Tale as ‘an old idea or belief that people now kn...
Serbia
Belgrade
The photograph “Crossing 1” was taken on 19.02.2020. at the railway station in the city of Sremska Mitrovica, located in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, in the Northern part of Serbia. The photograph shows an elderly lady from one of the local villages waiting for the train to pass so that she can cross the railway tracks on her bicycle. Bicycle is a common means of transport in Vojvodina and she uses it on a daily basis to commute from her village t...

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