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EXHIBITION

CHRONICLES

ERAN GILAT

FABIO MOSCATELLI

AUTHOR OF THE MONTH GABRIELE MARANGON

#21

JULY | 2015


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CONTRIBUTORS An La, Antonio E. Ojeda, Attilio Ruffo Photography, Aziz Nasuti, Brandi Thompson, Carlos F. Turienzo, Carlos Lopes Franco, Christine Gabler, Christophe Bufetrile, Daniel Antunes, Daniel Ilinca, Declaring His Glory Photography, Eduardo Marques, Elad Lavy, Elle Lin, Emil Rashkovski, Eran Gilat, Fabio Moscatelli, Fabrizio Romagnoli, Fang Tong, Fernanda Magalhaes, FLASHnMODELS, Floura Chandra, Gabriele Marangon, Georgiy Chernyadyev, Gianstefano Fontana, Hernandez Dreamphography, Holly Awwad, Igor Burba Photography, Ilaria Pezzani, Irfan Zaidi, Jarek Holden, Jaroslaw Wasek Fotografia Manipulacja, Jose Beut, Jose Canelas, Jovana Rikalo, Katherine Young, Kristina Kazarina, Lionel Orriols, Mahesh Krishnamurthy, Manthos Tsakiridis, Marc Rommel Tanedo, Maria Svarbova, Maxim Gurtovoy, Maxim Guselnikov, Maxim Maximov, Michael Schnabl, Mike Mor, Nelson C. Gonzales, Pedro Ferreira, Peter Seitler, Rumna Mukherjee, Saulius Krusna, Sean Archer, Sharon Covert, Sina Pezeshki, Sreekumar Mahadevan Pillai, Stephanie Mason, Tadashi Onishi, Thorsten Schnorrbusch, Tobias Gawrisch, Tri Handoko, Zdenek Malich.

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CONTENTS Photographic Chronicles 08 Fabio Moscatelli Italy

Exhibition 28 Eran Gilat Israel

Author Of The Month

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Gabriele Marangon

Italy

65 Selected Authors

Photos

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PHOTOGRAPHIC CHRONICLES

FABIO MOSCATELLI I TA LY “Arriving Somewhere, Not Here”

Portfolio:

www.fabiomoscatelli.com

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BIOGRAPHY Born in Rome, he lives in his hometown. He started taking photographs at age 25, as a studio & ceremony assistant, and then approach the social and ethnological reportage photography. He obtained his first certificate in Reportage at Graffiti in Rome. In 2012 he won the second prize of the scholarship named Rolando Fava and, in the same year, Scuola Romana di Fotografia, after he submitted them the project “Fronte del Porto“, assign him a scholarship for a Master of Reportage. In 2013, he was finalist in the Leica Award and winner of National Geographic competition in Portraits category. In 2014 takes part in the realization of the CEI‘s photographic campaign “Chiedilo a Loro“. He has published on Lens Culture, Phnom Magazine,The Post Internazionale ,Gup Magazine and Private International Review Of Photography. In 2014 he won Moscow International Foto Awards’14 in Book : Documentary category. He is contributor for Echo Agency.

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ARRI V I N G S O M E WH E R E ,

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Andrei is a 10 year-old boy and just a while ago he was living the cheerful life that every child deserves to live. With the occurrence of the economic crisis his father got fired and his mum moved to Italy to find a job. Over the months, the absence of his mother as well as his father’s alcohol abuse had become a tough burden to bear. The presence of his relatives and the strong affection to his motherland cannot fill the e m p t i n e s s inside him. After a long and painful lawsuit between his parents, Andrei finally catches up with his mother in Italy but what seems to be a happy ending is actually the beginning of a new life where everything looks different and where expectations turn into delusions. Andrei deeply misses his old habits and finds it difficult to integrate into the new society. This generates a strong discomfort

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that g e t s e v e n w o r s e b e c a u s e o f t h e arduous relationship between the boy and his mother’s new partner. Andrei shuts himself out, avoids people and isolates himself into a mental and physical cage. He hardly ever leaves the flat that, although it does not feel like home, it is the only refuge he has. His body is in Italy but his spirit is still there in Romany, since Andrei has arrived somewhere but not here‌


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EXHIBITION

ERAN GILAT

ISRAEL “Life Science”

Portfolio:

http://cargocollective.com/Mystories/ http://cargocollective.com/E_Gilat/

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BIOGRAPHY Eran Gilat is a Neuroscientist and an avid Fine Art Photographer. Eran’s scientific research focus on the study of the mechanisms underlying epilepsy and the development of innovative cure for this illness. Eran’s photography was introduced in solo at the New York Photography Festival (2011) and surprised him with immense supporting reactions. It was invited to leading galleries in Israel, and numerous invitations followed including: FOTO8 London and Lensculture Paris, Lodz Fotofestival GradPrix, Arles Gallery Huit, Philadelphia Photo Art Center, Cape Town Photography Festival (MoP5 2012), twice at the San Diego Museum of the living artist, Solo at the Athens Photography Festival 2012, Millennium images - London first prize 2012 (represented by Millennium, London), Edward Hopper Art Center - NY with Jury Recognition Award, Cambridge University Gallery, Bulgarian Photo Academy (solo) , the Jerusalem - On The Seam Museum , the Griffin Museum of Photography (Boston) , The Center for fine art photography Fort Collins and NIKON story telling Award Tokyo Exhibition (2013). At present/recently at the Auckland Photography Festival and the Royal Photographic Society Print 157 exhibition, the New York Hall of Science Museum “BRAIN” exhibition, GERA Museum (Serbia), PhotoPlace Gallery (Vermont) and a solo at the Sidney Photography Festival, 2015. Project images were featured in numerous international magazines and catalogs, for example: Sunday Times – Spectrum, GUP, Trendtablet, Tribe, loeildelaphotographie, PH magazine, Lensculture, ArtesMagazine, Prism photomagazine, Blur Magazine, L’oeil de la photographie, Archivo Magazine, Shots Magazine, Hungary Fotomagazine, Two South Korean Photography Magazines, NY Musee Magazine and Lens magazine China. Books: Featured in “An Eye for an Ear” Arles Open Salon book, in The Center for fine art photography – Portfolio 6 and will be featured in the Gomma, “suture” book, 2015.

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LIFE SCIENCE


I am a Neuroscientist and an avid Fine Art Photographer. My scientific research focus on the study of the mechanisms underlying epilepsy and the development of innovative cure for this illness. In recent years I found myself directing vast attention to the “flesh arena”, highly inspired by my long lasting confrontation with the biological tissue for the study of Neuroscience. “Life Science” is an attempt to deal with the aesthetics of the scene, improvising various contexts, the tools and paraphernalia shown are not just the typical ones used in the clinical operating place. It takes a while for a young clinician or a researcher to accommodate the laboratory or hospital scenes to enable good performance. This is done by extensive training; some cannot adjust to the visuals. I feel, my photographic activity carries me to these regions too. My “Life Science” project is forcing the biological tissue into a relatively pleasant, sometimes artificial scenarios contemplating disquieting issues of materialism, erotica and mortality, corresponding with the complicated and intriguing category of “Animal Reminder” in the visual arts. Aging, wearing, erotica and lust are twirling mingled together here, as if our existence is eternal on this planet. My extended “Life Science” series negotiates also the immoral reasoning for various toning of human violence, the use of viciousness! My images move from the animate, lively flesh of lust to the inanimate, lifeless ones. We tend to describe violent humankind behavior as an animal like beastly revolting one, associated with animal violent behavior. But the animal world is dictated purely by survival rules due to inexorable, harsh selection process. No one will consider the employment of the essentials measures for the preservation of the species as cruel ones; this was previously emphasized by Charles Darwin and recent eminent scholars. I believe that in many aspects we are inferior to the animal world moral conduct, while evidently being superior in our intellectual competence.

- All animal specimens are derived from Natural History Facility. Final version will include a peer reviewed essay: The Brain and the Visual Arts: An emphasize on the “Animal Reminder” genre in the visual arts.

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AUTHOR OF THE MONTH

GABRIELE

MARANGON I TA LY “Portugal”

Portfolio:

www.behance.net/gallery/2134346/Portugal-Photostory https://instagram.com/gabro85/

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BIOGRAPHY I’m a 30 years old graphic designer based in Turin (north of Italy). I’ve always been keen on photography and even though I’m anything but a professional, I like to frame moments, people or things hidden to the most with my camera or mobile...it makes me feel good, and I love it. ..... I’ve shooted these pictures during an holiday through Portugal with some of my best friends...it’s been one of the best experience in my life and I’d like to dedicate this work to all the people we met along the way...Cristina from Lagos and her boyfriend, who gave us plenty of tips, the guys working in the hostels we stayed at in Lisbon and Porto...and all the people who contributed to make ourselves feel more then home during our trip. Obrigado!

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Algarve>Lisboa>Porto


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SELECTED PHOTOS AUTHORS


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Ilaria Pezzani | Monochrome Memories 67


Sina Pezeshki | Sinaps Sreekumar Mahadevan Pillai

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Nelson C. Gonzales 69


Brandi Thompson

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Stephanie Mason | Stephanie Mason Photography

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Irfan Zaidi | Glowing Visuals 73


Holly Awwad | Holly Nicole Photography

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Declaring His Glory Photography

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Fang Tong

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Maria Svarbova

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Michael Schnabl 79


Kristina Kazarina

Maxim Gurtovoy 80


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Fernanda Magalhaes 82


Jovana Rikalo 83


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Elad Lavy 85


Maxim Maximov

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Maxim Guselnikov

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Manthos Tsakiridis 89


Georgiy Chernyadyev

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Igor Burba Photography

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Felix Hernandez R. | Hernandez Dreamphography 93


Jarek Holden

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Sean Archer 95


Fabrizio Romagnoli 96


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Daniel Ilinca | idaniphotography 98


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Christine Gabler

Sharon Covert 100


An La 101


Thorsten Schnorrbusch 102


FLASHnMODELS Christophe Bufetrile

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Mike Mor 104


Saulius Krusna 105


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Tobias Gawrisch | Xplor Creativity 107


Attilio Ruffo Photography

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Carlos F. Turienzo

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Zdenek Malich 111


Eduardo Marques

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Emil Rashkovski

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Jaroslaw Wasek Fotografia Manipulacja 115


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Jose Canelas 117


Peter Seitler

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Aziz Nasuti

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Jose Beut

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Lionel Orriols - Photographies

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Katherine Young 123


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Pedro Ferreira 125


Elle Lin

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Daniel Antunes

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Tadashi Onishi 128


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Rumna Mukherjee 131


Marc Rommel Tanedo

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Mahesh Krishnamurthy

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Carlos Lopes Franco 135


Antonio E. Ojeda

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Gianstefano Fontana 137


Tri Handoko

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Floura Chandra

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THA N K YOU ALL

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Photographic Chronicles: Fabio Moscatelli (Italy) | Exhibition: Eran Gilat (Israel) | Author Of The Month: Gabriele Marangon (Italy)

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