Whether through the natural aging process or through things that we have no known cure for yet, like pancreatic cancer or Alzheimer's, these works hint at the slow and often painful loss of functions, of identity and of spirit.
These photographs also expose her connections with friends and the people she admired such as Russian Marxist Leon Trotsky, American artists Georgia O'Keefe and photographers Edward Weston, Alfred Stieglitz and Tina Modotti among others.
Regarded as one of the pioneers of numeric photography, which he explores the possibilities since 1986 with the revolutionary "Paint Box," imported from Japan, Seb Janiak contributes to a new dimension and proposes a visionary art.
Camille Zakharia uses his camera to document the journey taken since his departure from Lebanon in 1985. Born in 1962 in Tripoli, Zakharia fled his country's civil war, and spent time in the U.S., Turkey, Greece and Canada before moving to Bahrain in 1999.