MONOCHROME Ljubljana, Slovania May 10 – 12, 2019 Ravnikar gallery Print Catalogue 1 Rene Siebring Netherlands 2 Ricardo Barros Portugal 3 adavidmooney United Kingdom 4 Magdalene TY Singapore 5 Henrik Mee Løvgret Denmark 6 Bob Blankenship United States
7 Evangelos Tsiggos Greece 8 Natalia Polomina @tinozavrus Russia 9 Bradford Richman United States 10 Tony Marsh United States 11 Nina Angerer Germany 12 Anna Banasiak Poland 13 Gabriel Riveros Vilches Sweden 14 Hansje Hardenberg Luxembourg
15 Dave McEllistrum Canada 16 Robin Waslander Belgium 17 Lars Meyer Germany 18 Hermann Klecker Germany 19 Pınar Beğendik Turkey 20 Thomas de Franzoni Italy 21 Yann Quillevere France
22 Fabrizio Micciche Italy 23 picknickfrunk Germany 24 Lőrincz Péter Gábor Hungary 25 Stéphanie François Chartier France 26 jpdesjeunes Canada 27 Paul latimer United States 28 Katrina Kiefer United States
29 Madiha Khalid United Arab Emirates 30 Sergey Kozlov Russia 31 Jón Þórðarson Iceland 32 Runa Nightsongwoods Germany 33 Ilir Shallo United States 34 Christian Brogi Italy 35 Harry Haralambou Australia 36 Bernard Fourie Azerbaijan
37 Saurav Dutta Germany 38 Joss-Linn Gagné Canada 39 fabrizia chiappa Italy 40 Arizonan Yeti United States 41 Joscelin Soares Brazil 42 Ilan Shacham Isr
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The ‘Beautiful Mountains’ challenge revolved around capturing the awe and majesty of one of nature’s most imposing features. The winners, and a selection of commended images, were published in Photography Week, and we’re pleased to share the top 102 photographs here.
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TOKYO INTERNATIONAL PHOTO AWARD 2018
Proiezione del video realizzato da Christian Brogi
(Fotografo ed artista visivo) con la preziosa collaborazione di Elena Ambrosin
(Biologa Nutrizionista e Docente presso Libera Università di Naturopatia)
Sabato 1 Settembre – Museo Archeologico Nazionale
– Sala Cella – Paestum – I sessione
10.20 Proiezione – “Florimmaginando – Rock Water”
a cura di
(Biologa Nutrizionista e Docente presso Libera Università di Naturopatia)
e Christian Brogi
(Fotografo ed artista visivo)
Buffalo Spree Marc 2018
AMID THE SPRAWLING hills of Tuscany, between Florence and Rome,……………………………………………………….(continue on Buffalo Spree)…………….http://digital.buffalospree.com/buffalospree/march_2018?pg=NaN#pgNaN
Over the course of the next few issues, I’ll be sharing the results of my students’ hard work in Siena. They dreamed up these beautiful images with the help of Italian photographer Christian Brogi, who has shot for Italian Vogue and National Geographic. The vintage fashion is courtesy of Siena boutique Aloe & Wolf.
This photograph was shot on location in Siena at Fontebranda, a thirteenth century fountain cited by Dante in his Inferno.
—Erin Habes, Spree fashion editor
Photographer: Christian Brogi
Director: Erin Habes
Assistant: Barbara Latini
Model: Lila Jones
Stylists: JaLisa Conyers, Jada Washington, Shayla Pratt, and Keith White
Hair: JaLisa Conyers
MUA: Sisters Parrucchieri, Alessandra & Francesca
Wardrobe: Aloe & Wolf Vintage and ANNARLETTE
I love how the photographer is celebrating “relationship” in this image for the Strong Women assignment – and how the story of relationship here is more nuanced than a hug. These 3 women really know each other and in my experience, cultivating relationships is one of the strongest (and most beautiful) aspects of being a woman. Bravo.
Per l’ Urban festival 2016, la foto “Impressioni di Settembre” di Christian Brogi è stata classificata 19° tra le migliaia partecipanti, selezionata ed esposta a Trieste e Budapest al
ed inserita in 2 cataloghi dell’Urban Festival 2016 per la sezione “NATURA”
The best pictures from URBAN 2016 Photo Awards will begin their “tour” of international exhibition previews around Europe on August.
Exhibits will be held in Poland (Krakow, Warsaw and Łódź), Hungary (Budapest), Germany (Berlin), Slovenia (Koper) and Italy (Trieste).
A National Geographic editor favorited your photo, Petrified scream
The photo “Transhumance in Tusca” as a Popular photos on National Geographic Febbrary 2016
Per 2 mesi 2 selezioni di scatti di Christian brogi su ARtAbout:
Prima mostra dell’Arte Accessibile Punta Ala, che si svolgerà dal 4 al 27 settembre presso le Gallerie Orler del Porto.
Esposizione di numerosi artisti, tra cui Christian Brogi.
presso la Galleria Orler del Centro Commerciale il Gualdo n.6 (Via Lattea)
L’inaugurazione avrà luogo il pomeriggio alle ore 17:00 con un aperitivo all’aperto in Piazzetta Luna Rossa interamente omaggiato da Orler.
La presenza di Christian Brogi al festival Georgica 2014 è stata riportata sul volume “Arte Fluviale” edita da Aracne Editrice nel 2015.
Selected and exposition on Call For Bushwick 2015
Christian Brogi, Winner of CALL FOR BUSHWICK 2015
Title of the Contest: The Rebirth of Wonder
Giorgio Vasari, the founder of modern art history, devotes his “Lives of the Most Eminent Painters Sculptors and Architects” to an endeavor beyond mere historiography. Vasari analyses the nature of art itself by describing in language bellissimo the arts of the Renaissance. He comes once and again on his reasoning to the sense of wonder, of amazement, of awe. The arts are products of genius, wonders of the Nature that resembles itself. Marvels that are recognized by an unequivocal sense of wonder. One who stands in front of The School of Athens “has great reason to marvel, for it amazes all who behold it”, the eminent Raffaello da Urbino was “left marveling and amazed” in presence of Leonardo’s works. Even when he describes the contribution of the patrons of the arts such as Lorenzo de Medici, the Magnificent, Vasari says that he put the means “to amaze the world”.
What do we really know five hundred years after Vasari’s book of wonder and awe? Although several theorists have attempted to define awe and related states, empirical studies of awe are almost non-existent. The scientific community has been taking the “sense of wonder”, more and more in consideration. In 1992 Paul Ekman posited that awe may be a distinct emotion. Recent work has documented a distinct facial expression for awe (Shiota, Campos, & Keltner, 2003), and has provided preliminary data on the personality variables associated with dispositional awe-proneness (Shiota, Keltner, & John, 2006). But it is still very difficult to find agreement on a description of this emotion, in part because the elicitors are so diverse, and the emotion’s function is unclear (Lazarus, 1991).
The most important study about this sense of wonder is “Approaching awe, a moral, spiritual, and aesthetic emotion.” By Keltner and Haidt in 2003. They support a vision of “awe” characterized by two features: perceptual vastness and need for accommodation. They understand vastness, of course, in a wide sense. A stimulus may convey vastness in physical space, in time, in number, in complexity of detail, in ability, even in volume of human experience. What is critical is that the stimulus dramatically expands the observer’s usual frame of reference in some dimension or domain, and that expansion of the frame of reference makes cognitive accommodation necessary.
From this point of view, the one of a contemporary Vasari, Art is what shakes you out of the frame you see the world through, and demands you to change, rethink, relocate, and awe in reverence at the vastness of this world.
hotography, net art, video, mixed media, design, light art, new media art, comics, drawing, collage, pottery, digital art, printmaking and sound installation.Each artist can send a maximum of three artworks.
Artworks can be of any size.
– Aesthetics, originality and creative vision
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REGULAR (EXTENDED) Deadline by Midnight of April 30th 2015 (Eastern Time)Winner announcement: on May 5th 2015 through www.callforbushwick.com
Online catalogue publication showcasing the artists selected by the curatorial board.
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Christian Brogi ed il suo collettivo BBF partecipa alla biennale con un lavoro singolo ed uno di gruppo alla Biennale di Mosca del libro d’ artista, tenutasi nel 2014 alla Biblioteca Nazionale.
THE ART DIARY, ART JOURNAL, VISUAL JOURNAL
„Every artists creates his own journal/ diary, that transposes his physical state of mind and embodies a part of his soul constantly influenced by specific moments in life“ ( Dorothea Fleiss)
The 3nd European International Book Art Biennale
September 2014 in MOSKOW, RUSSIA
Email: [email protected]
TV-report at state chanel “Culture”http://tvkultura.ru/article/show/article_id/117563 Artist BOOK
L’evento è stato ripreso dal canale cultura russo.
Sotto il video ripreso dal canale cultura russo.
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