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Collection by Cecilia Dumont

Cecilia Dumont
Installation - jeg vil have den i mit boheme hjem. soo sunny park - installation of "unwoven light" 2013 Instalation Art, To Infinity And Beyond, Pics Art, Art Plastique, Love Art, Oeuvre D'art, Painting, Amazing Art, Awesome

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installation of "unwoven light" 2013

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change Photograph

change, a Digital on Paper by ramona zordini from Italy. It portrays: Nude, relevant to: body, underwater, water, woman, change, air, mutament, evolution, grey, hand The Project “Changing Time” explores the theme of change, thought of as physical and psychological alteration, linked to personal instincts, lifestyle, emotion, and paths taken in the course of life in a sort of indelibly imprinted writing on and in own body, portrayed in the liquid that is more congenial to evolution.

“'Qajar', a series of studio-photographs by Iranian photographer Shadi Ghadirian inspired by portrait photos from the Qajar period Cyril Pedrosa, Fotografia Retro, Tori Tori, Qajar Dynasty, Pierrot Clown, Graphisches Design, Lee Miller, Saatchi Gallery, Audrey Kawasaki

Tehran, Iran fine artist Shadi Ghadirian #artistaday

Shadi Ghadirian was born in 1974 in Tehran, Iran. She received a BFA in photography from Azad University, and then began a professional career as a photographer. Ghadirian is inspired by the duality and contradiction she witnesses in Iran. Her Qajar Series depicts women clothed in nineteenth-century garments, photographed against backdrops typical of studios of that period, but with the inclusion of a modern anomaly, such as a mountain bike, newspaper, or Pepsi Cola can. This juxtaposition…