Stéphanie Barbetta

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The substance brute project focuses on what I call a "Traum-a", a place between the dream (Traum in german) and the trauma.

Through unrefined poetry and installations, Stéphanie Barbetta questions genders as the result of social pressure.

Do you freeze your eggs?
Genders are air insufflated
Sorry, sweetheart, I buried past I hope you don’t mind
Shark of feminity
How many daisies did I eat to try to make you love me? I just forgot that love is a mirror.

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Italy
FORLI
A young photographer who has always had a passion for art, for some time she has combined this interest with the spontaneity of the photographic storytelling, conceived not only as a classic account of experiences, but as a real story that with more personal and creative shots conveys the secret cha...
Switzerland
Geneva
the substance brute project captures unrefined poetry in ordinary places and through daily objects do more with less conception of art
United States of America
Provo
Look in the mirror and what do you see? I saw flaws. I saw blemishes in my skin. I saw parts of my body I wish would disappear.  As many people so often do, I struggled with my own self image and how the rest of the world looked at me. I wondered if they saw my insecurities. I didn’t want to...
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 intima...
United States of America
New York
Natalia Almonte was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She holds both an MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons and an MA in Art History and the Art Market: Modern and Contemporary Art from Christie’s Education. While at Christie’s, Almonte received the Alumni Association Award for Contemporary Art Co...

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