World-renowned American Master photographer Ralph Gibson is acclaimed for his bold imagery and technical prowess. Ralph builds narrative meaning through contextualization and surreal juxtaposition.
Graduated from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, French-British artist Catherine Balet questions the transformations of society and the search for identity linking past culture to contemporary reality.
Alain Cornu is a contemplative explorer whose landscape photography reveals an acute and delicate sense of composition. Alain's work is gaining a lot of attention from collectors.
Described as a child prodigy by his fellow artists and discovered in 1950 by Edward Steichen, American Master Harold Feinstein (1931-2015) has been one of the finest representative of the New York School of Photography for the last 60 years.
Dislocating subjects from their realities, Italian-born artist Renato d'Agostin opens new portals in the spectator’s imagination by reinterpreting the relationship between space, architecture and people.
Vittoria Gerardi offers the viewer a unique perception of the landscape. Her mastery of the darkroom techniques, the stunning composition of her images and her ability to reveal concrete emotions through her abstract creations is mind-blowing.