|© Ioana Moldovan|
fototazo has asked a group of 50 curators, gallery owners, blog writers, photographers, academics and others actively engaged in photography to pick two photographers that deserve (more) recognition - the underknown, the under-respected as well as not-appreciated-enough favorites. A little more information on the project is available in the first post in the series here.
Today we continue the series with responses from Ulf Fågelhammar.
The series also includes responses from Nicholas Nixon, Matt Johnston, Blake Andrews, John Edwin Mason, Aline Smithson, Colin Pantall, Michael Werner, Liza Fetissova, Laurence Salzmann, Bryan Formhals, Richard Mosse, Shane Lavalette, Amy Stein, Amani Willett, Wayne Ford, S. Billie Mandle, Leslie K. Brown, Gordon Stettinius, Marc Feustel, Hin Chua, Adriana Rios Monsalve, Daniel Augschoell, Larissa Leclair, Elinor Carucci, Pieter Wisse, Daniel Echevarría, Natalie Minik, Qiana Mestrich, Jason Landry, Rona Chang, Stella Kramer, Joanne Lukitsh, Yumi Goto, Gwen Lafage, Heidi Romano, Julie Grahame, Stefano Bianchi, Steve Bisson and Charles Guice.
Ulf Fågelhammar (b. 1951) is the founder and editor of 591 Photography Blog. He lives in Stockholm.
Born 1980 in Sweden, lives in Tokyo, Japan
Links: http://thesip.org/2011/05/following-imperfection/ and http://outoffocusmag.com/goro-bertz-20110311/
Born 1980, lives in Bucharest, Romania
I have selected two photographers who happen to be born the same year; 1980. Their talent is apparent, but I also sense a passion and commitment to the art of photography that I highly value. Neither of them have held any major exhibitions or published books. Ioanna runs her own blog, Goro's work has appeared in other photo sites.
|© Goro Bertz|