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Hidden Meanings in Fine Art Photography

These most zouchworthy photographs are meant to be a poetic and mythic bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind. See more and read more at Sara Hallegra.com, prints are available on Etsy.

Brit Woollard: Avant Garde Photography

Born and raised in the northern wastes of Illinois, northwest of Chicago, photographer Brit Woollard is a force to be reckoned with. A Magna Cum Laude graduate from Berklee College of Music (class of 2009), she’s been a cellist for over fifteen years, a singer, guitarist, bassist and an accordion player, she is a Jill … Continue Reading

Art Shots: De Freitas’ Double Exposure Photography

Andre De Freitas is a photographer and illustrator. He studied in Full Sail University and got a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Animation. But oddly enough, the concept of stillness captured his imagination, and he focused more on illustration. Instead of just drawing, he tried to imagine himself taking photos of his subjects. That way the … Continue Reading

Art Shots: Chinese-Vietnamese Postcard Photography

Don Hong-Oai was born in 1929 in the city of Guangzhou in the Guangdong Province of China. He is often described as a Chinese artist, but not because of where he was born. He left China at the age of seven, after the sudden death of his parents. As the youngest of 24 siblings and … Continue Reading

Los Angeles Street Photography and Quotes

“The sun shines, the city breathes, Angelenos walk, as the music blasts, buildings rise, cops bust, and criminals invade, the rich get richer, while the poor beg for more.” – Mehdi Bouqua  “Los Angeles is a constellation of plastic.” – Norman Mailer “Los Angeles is a microcosm of the United States. If L.A. falls, the … Continue Reading

Art Shots: The Fine Art Photography of Sarah Knapp

Sarah was kind enough to provide Zouch with write-ups about her two fine art photography series: Before I Put My Face On is my ongoing project exploring my feelings of grief, numbness, anger, alienation, isolation and fear. I am specifically relating to women who suffer from PTSD as a result of male on female violence. … Continue Reading

Oregonian Pushes The Boundaries Of Conventional Photography

The Decision to feature artist Natasha Bacca on Zouch was really a no-brainer. Right off the bat we found her colorful and often nature-inspired work quite pleasing to gaze upon. But also, her process is just too darned interesting to be ignored. She’s pushing the boundaries of conventional photography to explore light, while combining contemporary and … Continue Reading

“The Rise and the Fall” Perspectives on the Photography of Robert Adams

The Vancouver Art Gallery has been staging a significant exhibition since the 25th of September entitled Robert Adams: The Place We Live, A Retrospective Selection of Photographs. The exhibit showcases over 300 of his pictures spanning the late 1960’s into the early 2000’s. Adams’ work has primarily been recognized for its depiction of western US … Continue Reading

Art Shots: Eccentric Photography by Alberta’s A.J. Valadka

A.J. Valadka is a professional photographer who’s not afraid to take a few risks. The oddities featured below are good examples of the eccentricity and energy that run through his work. He has a natural knack for accentuating the uniqueness of the figures in his pieces, while captivating his audience with a clever interplay of personality, … Continue Reading

Interview with Alan Sondheim

Alan Sondheim is an artist you must follow. He tackles the frontiers of reality and through his work we can understand what is possible and what we really can do there. His magnum opus is Internet Text. He started work on the project 1994. It’s a meditation on various subjects, including philosophy, psychology, language, body, and virtuality. … Continue Reading

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