The Unexposed Magazine No. 7
The Unexposed Magazine, Issue No. 7. Future. Released December 21, 2012. The Unexposed is an online magazine created by photographer Natasha Dominguez in order to showcase and ‘expose’ the work of emerging artists. The Unexposed is about getting creative work into the public eye while also revealing the artist behind the artwork.
The Unexposed Issue No. 71 Editor In Chief: Natasha Dominguez Find Us on the Web: issuu // issuu.com/theunexposedmagazine magcloud // magcloud.com/user/theunexposedmagazine tumblr // the-unexposed.tumblr.com email // firstname.lastname@example.org Front and back cover art by Sarah Eisenlohr. 2 All content copyright the artists. No commercial use without express written permission. ÂŠ 2012 Table of Contents Letter From The Editor What’s Next . . .4 . . . 127 Photography: Elena Fortunati ...6 Lorenzo Bonicontro . . . 12 Henry Driver . . . 18 Thomas Alfaro Dima Nevredimov Carlo Malagnino Clàudia Aragon . . . 36 . . . 42 . . . 48 . . . 54 Fine Art: Cody John Laplante . . . 24 Mette Norrie . . . 64 Lidiane Dutra . . . 82 Ola Flåten Rhiannon Connelly . . . 94 . . . 114 3 Letter From the Editor is issue will basically mark this magazine’s rst birthday. I can’t believe that it’s been that long already. I’ve had such an incredible experience putting together e Unexposed over the past year- getting to be in conversation with incredible artists from all over the world, collaborating to put together a singular piece of work for the whole world to enjoy. It has certainly been an experience, and de nitely a greater one than I was expecting a year ago. at’s the tricky thing about the future. For this issue, I’ve asked the artists to look ahead into the future and create what they see, for themselves, for others, for the planet. As time ticks on, it seems as though the future has been on everybody’s mind and although one cannot predict the future, it doesn’t hurt to try. I for one, am predicting big changes for e Unexposed in the coming year as it continues to grow and continues to provide emerging artists with a place to start. Natasha 4 5 Elena Fortunati 24 / Bracciano, Italy 6 7 eyes (and my mind.) 8 - - 9 Link(s): http://elenafortunati.tumblr.com 11 12 Lorenzo Bonicontro 32 / Milan, Italy - advertising industry as an assistant/photographer in Brazil - In terms of photography I love the images of Joel-Peter 13 - 14 15 16 Link(s): http://be.net/lorenzobonicontro 17 Henry Driver Norwich, UK 18 19 there. - ate it through a process I cannot control or predict the outcome. This element of chance excites and challenges me. Video Death is the documentation of a laptop monitor as it deteriorates and eventually slips into its death throes. Violently thrashing and splaying out psychedelic images go from the beginning of the process right to the eventual demise. of technology such as computers is mourned more than that of people. When the virtual is more important than the physical. escapism that can accompany it. 21 22 Link(s): http://henrydriverart.tumblr.com 23 24 Cody John Laplante 24 / USAXpat in Buenos Aires 25 26 onto the image itself. 27 28 29 Alyssa Jiosa 19 / Nashvillve, TN Iâ€™m in the process of purchasing a medium format camera as my next photographic endeavor. - - 31 incredible idea of possibility through the surreal details of the forest. The blind- 32 and Iâ€™m also an avid customer at the multiple thrift shops in Nashville. - 33 34 Link(s): 35 36 Thomas Alfaro 23 / Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz (Spain) 37 - - my mind. 38 Testino or Mert and Marcus. - band to have a tied up effect. and traveling. 39 Link(s): http://tomasalfarophotography.blogspot.com http://www.wix.com/thomasalfaro/thomasalfaro 41 42 Dima Nevredimov 23 / Kyiv, Ukraine the rural and urban environments that Iâ€™m living in or visit. Link(s): http://cargocollective.com/nevredima 43 44 45 46 47 Carlo Malagnino 32 / Rome, Italy 48 49 I try to to tell and catch everyday life stories - unfortunate and funny ones. Iâ€™m really into - real essence of life. nary pizza. 51 52 Link(s): http://500px.com/ohmygodpinocchioisdead http://pinocchioisdead.tumblr.com 53 ClĂ udia Aragon 21 / Barcelona, Spain 54 55 analog cameras. I understand photography as my personal diary. Iâ€™m not studying photography and 56 - - 57 58 Link(s): http://claudiaaragon.tumblr.com 59 Emily Frances Olson 22/ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 61 branches to our outside tree are perfectly compartmentalized into each member the temperature. The heat or the cold. The time of life in the I cursed the heating system. documentary photographer and any place that is less than ‘perfect’ story I’m after. - say yes to being photographed. 62 Link(s): http://emilyfrancesphoto.com 63 64 Mette Norrie 28 / Coppenhagen, Denmark the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and at 65 66 67 23 / Poland & Norway 68 69 favorite is about being interested since the day of birth... Another popular story is about raphy as my profession. It has been 6 years of serious photographing. formance art pieces and the process of creation. Documenting live art is for me each time a big challenge. There are many elements to catch such as atmosphere or context - 71 72 - on a moment. My documentation is based on foreseeing the moment. Could it be a documentation of different performance art pieces. My photography cannot be 73 74 Link(s): http://www.mmonikasobczak.com http://www.behance.net/mmonikasobczak 75 76 32 / Tilburg, The Netherlands 77 since then. The last three years I have been focusing on fashion photography. only a hobby. 78 already really interesting. - 79 graduated from the Amsterdam Fashion Institute. Link(s): 81 82 Lidiane Dutra 28 / Rio Grande, Brazil - - - that inspired me a lot through their art. The list here is immense... And I am also fashion illustration. 83 - - - - 84 85 86 Link(s): http://lidydutra.com http://be.net/lidydutra 87 88 25 / Austin, Texas 89 91 92 Link(s): http://www.msomervillephotography.com 93 Ola Fl책ten 20 / Oslo, Norway 94 95 got for christmas 2 years ago. A personal protest against all the self-properhaps. ly then at least semi-documentary. They still feature my family and close most of my photography to fall into the personal and artsy genre rather than being professionally or commercially aimed. I am very careful not to present myself as an artist under any circumstances. Neither in personal nor professional settings. Once again donâ€™t get me - 96 97 98 al art or clothing for that matter. Not to mention music in both lyrics and sounds. - - - - 99 Link(s): Richard PJ Lambert 29 / The West Midlands, United Kingdom - gives me shit about my boring pictures of clouds. Bruce Davidson is my absolute favour- - - Link(s): 24 / Missoula, Montana - - - my magazines and create something again. - the idea behind the series. - thatâ€™s about it. 111 112 113 114 Rhiannon Connelly 24 / Perth, Australia Iâ€™ve been photographing seriously for about a year. I startother amazing conceptual photographers. They really - full time! amazing and inspiring imagination and Iâ€™ve learnt a lot creatures and the fragility of human nature. 115 - 116 117 118 Link(s): http://www.merellephotography.com.au 119 22 / NYC/Queens, New York 121 - Photography is both my passion and my profession. I am also currently studying 122 I chose the location for its mix of industrial and natural aspects. The abandoned And last but not least I love eating delicious exotic foods! 123 Link(s): http://www.leasophiefoto.com http://www.zoecwest.com 124 125 126 What’s Next 127 128