"The poetics of space in pictures"

S H O W   T H E  C O N T E M P O R A R Y  A R C H I T E C T U R E   W I T H  A  Q U A L I T Y   P H O T O G R A P H Y :

"A strong photograhy, it is not anymore the image of something, it is something in itself."                     Ralph Gibson            American photographer (1939-  )

"Only the strongly seized images have the power to penetrate profoundly in the memory, to stay there, to become, as a matter of fact unforgettable. It is for me the only criterion of a good photography. "

Martin Parr         British photographer, member of the Magnum Photos agency (1952- )


O B S E R V E ,   S E E   A ND   F E E L   T H E   SU B T L E T Y   O F   A   R EA L I T Y : 

E X P R E S S  A  S E N SO R Y   P O I N T   O F   V I E W  A N D  G I V E  T O  S E E


"To see well you have to understand. And to understand you have to know and know."                 Henri Cartier-Bresson           French photojournalist, founding with four other the famous agency Magnum Photos (1908-2004)

"It is a part of the work of the photographer to see more intensely than most of people."                 
Bill Brandt          English and German photojournalist and photographer (1904-1983)


"The photography it is the art of the observation. She little has to see with what you see and everything to see with the way you see it."                Elliott Erwitt      

          American and French photographer, former director of Magnum Photos Agency (1928- )

"In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.”              Alfred Stieglitz     

       American photographer of german origin, Editor of photographic review & founder of 291 Gallery and diffuser of the Group Photo-Secession (1864-1946)


" Photography for me is not not looking, it's looking"                      Donald Mc Cullin            English Photographer celebrates for his war photos (1935- )


S E E   A N D   P E R S O N A L   C U L T U R E   O F   I M A G E :


"If nobody knows how to read without having learnt it, everybody believes to be able to read photos without the slightest preliminary study, which is a serious mistake"             Paul Almasy    French photographer (1906-2003)                                                                 

"You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved»

Ansel Adams           American photographer celebrate for his photos of western America (1902-1984)


T H E   P H O T O G R A P H E R   A N D   H  I S   C A M E R A  :


« To " mean " the world, it is necessary to feel involved in what we cut through the sight. This attitude requires from the concentration, from the sensibility, a sense of the geometry. »

Henri Cartier-Bresson             French photojournalist, founding with four other the famous agency Magnum Photos (1908-2004)


                                                                                              " Maybe because it is completely the eye, the patience and the competence of an artist who makes an image and not its tools. "                 Ken Rockwell           American photographer (1962-


                                                                                                                            " If the photographer is interested in the people in front of his lens, and if he is compassionate, it's already a lot. The instrument is not the camera but the photographer."        Eve Arnold 

               American photographer and photojournalist, member of Magnum agency (1912 2012)

P H O T O G R A P H E R,  A N   A R T   P R O F E S S I O N : A R T I S T S '  Q U O T A T I O N S


« The object of art is not to reproduce the reality, but to create a reality of the same intensity.»             Alberto Giacometti           Sculptor and swiss painter (1901-1966)

" It is necesary to begin by feeling what we want to express" 
                   Vincent Van Gogh            Dutch painter ( 1853-1890)

"Art does not reproduce the visible, it makes visible."                  Paul Klee          German painter (1879-1940)


" This drawing took me five minutes, but I put sixty years to arrive there. "                  Auguste Renoir              French painter (1841-1919)