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EDITION JUNE 2016


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MonoPix MonoPix is an international monthly magazine for photographers around the world who like to see there work being published. There are so many photographers among us who doesn’t get that chance. Well, MonoPix gives them a chance. Our publications presents the portfolios of amazing photographers. Portraits, street, scapes, or macro photography: each edition of Monopix has a general theme which can include a wide variety of photos. MonoPix is a growing series of hardcover books with the works of international photographers, releasing a new edition every month. Enjoy!

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JEREMY CLAUSSE France claussejeremy-photography.com Jeremy Clausse is a self-taught photographer and visual artist, born in 1977 in France. He works the photography, the manipulation of digital images and creates surrealist assemblies where the subjects are the human nature, their feelings and their thoughts. Jeremy leaves the interpretation of his work up to the viewer but says « The camera began to accompany my journeys in 2001 but it is only in 2008 when I was interested in the power of the photo, what she can convey and allows to share. Anaïs Nin said ” the internal rooms of the soul are as the darkroom of the photographer. We cannot stay there for a long time, otherwise it becomes the cell of the neurotic. ” I enough agree with this quotation. The camera just like the human mind possesses secret one thousand which it is necessary to learn to tame. What I appreciate in this way of expression, it is the possibility that allows the photography to take the imagination and the spirit “somewhere else” beyond some centimeters of the support of exit ». If the photography he told, the history would be the one of a MonoPix 2016© | 6

meeting of mirages and appearances which get married ... label fusion. The act is put: gather, mix, conjugate, share. The photography and the digital art become then ways of expression which allow him to use the psychic strengths (automatism, dream, unconscious) freed from the control of the reason and battling against the received values. His approach: leave free court with its imagination and invite the viewer in the journey by letting him all the freedom get lost or find itself. To walk in these visual archives, in these fragments of collective memory, it is to offer the possibility to escape towards improbable landscapes. The watchword: welcome in the geography of the variable-geometry exile. Since a few years, his works receive the international gratitude and it is not rare to find them in exhibitions (Salon de la Photographie de Paris, les Rencontres de Castelfranc, Festival de la Loupe ou Foire Internationale de la Photo de Bièvres), in publications (Photographize magazine, Monopix) or in Art Gallery (Galerie Photo Originale on Paris).


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TOBIAS GAWRISCH GERMANY crtvty.de

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DAVID M. MILSTIEN USA erraticphotographic.com

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LOUISA DAWN Germany facebook.com/louisa.dawn1 My Name is Louisa Dawn. Mid­thirties. Living and working in Germany. Graduated from Central St. Martins College in London with a Masters Degree in communication, art and design. After my degree I worked for several companies as art director for magazine design, corporate publishing and typography. Photography is part of my work and a real passion. I didn’t have a concept but I have an idea ... a dream ... a vision ... following this way was never a failure but ever a lesson. Taking photos of daily life it’s the perfection of imperfection. Radical, clever, smart, sexy poetically ... life seems to be. Just come to the kingdom guided by the little monsters of daily expectations. I’m interested in a photography which is »unfinished« – a photography which is suggestive and can trigger a conversation or dialogue. I have always had a love of photography ever since I can remember, but it wasn’t until I got my first camera which took my love of photography to the next level. My exploration started at the MonoPix 2016© | 30

age of 10 with a simple camera my Mum offered me. I always remember being hypnotised by the photos I saw in magazines, and spent hours in bookstores looking at some of the great photography masters. Trial and error on my way. I adore the work of the photographers of MAGNUM, I spent a lot of time studying their complete works. Still adore their community. It’s fascination and they don’t stop doing what the founders created. And it’s certainly a challenge observing their work and growing in the same time. They are my heros ... still ... but it’s a possibility to grow with heros, learning and finding your own way of photography and expression. My heros are Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Bruce Davidson, Saul Leiter, Lee Friedlander and William Klein, Vivian Maier, Bruce Gilden, Robert Doisneau, Helen Levit, Martin Parr, Garry Winogrand, Alex Web ... to name a few. However, I also find inspiration in the less famous.


Willem Wernsen, Gareth and Gavin Bragdon, Yann Cielat, for example. They touch me deeply in their progress of work and photography. My favourite camera is a Nikon D7000 and for the street I use an Olympus OM-D E-M5 II and my iPhone. I work conceptional on series but sometimes I move out and shot the moment of life. I need this freedom of choice, doing what I feel and going back to my conceptional work. I’m self taught. I’m not a photographer only ... in my job I work as graphic-designer. Magazine Design and so I have a special view another perspective on photography. I’m Editor in Chief of a Web-Zine. Visions Libres. Many photographers share and expose their photography in the Zine. I love Graphic-Design. And the view on photography. It goes perfectly together. “Always go too far, because that’s where you’ll find the truth” ― Albert Camus

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ALLAN QUA BOREBOR PHILIPPINES allanborebor.com

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GIANLUIGI BONFIGLIO Italy 500px.com/gianluigibonfiglio Since I was 18 years old, I lived away from home and I travelled to study and to work, earlier in Venice then in Aachen (Germany). Now I live and work in Padua (Northern Italy). Since I was very young (seven years old), I began to paint with temper and china ink. I had the necessity to comunicate and to express myself with signs and, most of all, with black and white drawing of landscapes and seascapes with China Ink. At 18 years old I began to study architecture and I could continue to draw and till my first year of University I started to take architectural pictures with my analogic camera. Pictures and drawings were an important way to communicate till my degree in architecture. After many years of unactivity, in 2012 I began to use my mobil phone during a travel in Sicily (my homeland) and since that I’ve found it as an important way to express myself and to see the world with new eyes. In my photographic work I am influenced first of all by paintings i studied when i was young, MonoPix 2016© | 46

principally Raffaello and Michelangelo but in my education an important rule had the classical fairytales my father told me when i was young: he changed everytime something and everytime the story was new and amazing. This detail influenced me very much in my actiity as architect, painter and also in digital art photography. The photographer that, most of all, i admire are: Mimmo Jodice, Gabriele Basilico, Man Ray, André Kertész, Stanley Kubrick and Michael kenna, Now i let Emanuela Tosin write a few words about my work The images of Gianluigi Bonfiglio tell of a travel through the life, that breaks the chains of congruence in order to modify the appearance of the material world. The photographer is able to bring buildings, empty spaces, landscapes and people into another dimension where you can feel the various aspects of the life in continuous evolution. His photographs are simultaneously detached from reality and part of it.


The use of black and white gives an elegant touch and immerses in a silent dimension that leads the viewers to think. Dott.ssa Emanuela Tosin, graduated in Foreign Languages and with a Master in Graphology, teacher in a secondary school. In 1989 buy the first analogic reflex camera, and specialized in architectural and urbanistic photography ed selflerning composition tecniques and imagines control ed development. In 2012 buy the first digital professional reflex camera. Actualy are used both cameras types: analogic and digital. Actually he focused his attention on long exposure black and white architecture, landscape and minimalscape photography, portraits and Digital Art in white camera and picture composition.

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JOAQUIM MACHADO PORTUGAL 500px.com/jabiliomachado

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MARÍA TUDELA BERMÚDEZ SPAIN mariatudela.net

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