Victoria Zhivotneva met with director of the gallery De Primi Fine Art in Switzerland and talked with him about the value of vintage photos, about different ways of collecting art, and about the element which defines an artwork.
Olga Bubich talks with a Singapore-based photographer Sean Lee – the author of the award-winning story about a female character Shauna in whose body the artist “lived” for 2 years exploring delicate relations between reality and fiction in photography.
Founder and director of the world known gallery Catherine Edelman tells Bleek Magazine why working at the art-market today it is so important to ask questions, be honest and not afraid of anything new.
Visiting Russia, Canadian photographer David Burdeny fell in love with Russian solidarity, discovered an underground sun in subway stations and saw a reminder about achievements of Russian culture in Hermitage docents. In the interview for Bleek Magazine, the artist answered conceptual, technical and just human questions about his work.
Ann-Christin Bertrand, a C/O Berlin curator, states that photography is no more about "having a print, framing it and putting it on the wall". What is it then and how it will look in 10 years? Ann-Christin Bertrand answeres the questions of "Bleek Magazine" regular critic Olga Bubich.
German photographer told Ksenia Gerasimenko that he is not engaged in the documentation of reality, calls his works "poems", uses a 50 € camera, and promised us that soon many will follow in his footsteps.
Olga Bubich managed to get in touch with the renowned master and story-teller and address him a few questions about his vision of contemporary photography.
Olga Bubich talked to Hellen van Meene about the difficultues of shooting subjects from various cultural backgrounds, common features of portraiture in art and photography and the future that lies ahead of this genre.
Victoria Zhivotneva talked to the Swiss photographer and filmmaker about Andy Warhol, unforgettable atmosphere of New York in the late 70s - early 80s and the emotional connection between the artist and his models.
Feodora Kaplan talked with Katerina Belkina about the sources of ideas, about gender roles and sexuality, social phobia, agoraphobia, and the way all this diversity mingles and transforms in the process of creative research.