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Anna Laza Artist

Anna Laza

Anna Laza

Human hands and their silent eloquence

Anna Laza

Anna Laza, an influential visual artist in the field of art photography, weaves a tapestry of innovative styles through her lens. Her projects delve deeply into the realms of shooting and post-production, creating a unique fusion of technique and emotion. Acclaimed internationally, her work has not only been exhibited worldwide but has also won numerous prestigious awards, including honors at renowned competitions such as LensCulture.

Anna’s art finds its place in the pages of esteemed photography magazines, and her keen eye is often sought for inclusion in prestigious juries at photographic events. Beyond her personal creations, Anna is the visionary behind FotoSlovo, a magazine dedicated to discovering and celebrating emerging talents in photography each year.

Her project “Story of Love” is a poetic exploration of the silent eloquence of human hands, expressed through the timeless medium of black-and-white photography. Here, hands become the sole protagonists, with each gesture revealing a chapter in the intricate tapestry of human emotions and relationships. In this collection, Anna captures the raw and tactile essence of emotions—affection, trust, unity, and even anger. Each photograph is a narrative in itself, depicting the universal story of human connection through the language of physical touch.

“Story of Love” is a celebration of the timeless bonds that unite us all, capturing the universal language of touch in its purest and most expressive form. Through her lens, Anna Laza invites us to witness the profound beauty and complexity of human interaction, offering a glimpse into this silent yet eloquent language that speaks volumes about our shared humanity.

Full Name Anna Laza
Nationality Romanian
Year of Birth 1984
Main Technique Photography
Price Range From €200 to €1,200
Presence in Institutional Collections No
Presence in the Secondary Market No
Anna Laza - Fine Art photographer

Story of Love by Anna Laza

2019–2020 — Fine art prints, limited to 10 copies in all formats

Zuanazzi Deborah - Artist and photographer

Deborah Zuanazzi

Deborah Zuanazzi

Her surreal and chiaroscuro qualities, creating evocative and visually striking artworks

Deborah Zuanazzi

Deborah Zuanazzi, born in 1995 in Italy, is a fine art photographer with Italian roots. From an early age, Deborah exhibited a natural creative talent, which guided her towards the arts during her high school years, eventually leading to a degree in Art Restoration. Despite her classical education, Deborah discovered her true artistic expression through photography, which she uses as a compelling medium to communicate her emotions and ideas.

Deborah refined her skills at the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, where she studied New Technologies of Art. Throughout her academic journey, she began to earn recognition for her work, securing several international awards. Her first major achievement came with a win at the Nikon Photo Contest in 2016/2017.

Her deep background in traditional art and art history profoundly shapes her photographic approach. Deborah’s work is characterized by its surreal and chiaroscuro elements, resulting in images that are both evocative and visually arresting. Post-production is a critical part of her creative process, allowing her to further develop and perfect her photographs.

Currently residing in Turin, Deborah continues to follow her passion as a Fine Art Photographer and Digital Artist. In addition to her artistic pursuits, she is also the Head of Design for a creative agency based in London, skillfully balancing her dual roles with exceptional commitment.

Full Name Deborah Zuanazzi
Nationality Italian
Année de naissance 1995
Main Technic Photography
Range of prices from 250 € to 2 400 €
Presence in institutional collections. No
Presence on the secondary market No
Deborah Zuanazzi Fine Art Photographer

THE DIFFERENTS COLLECTIONS OF DEBORAH ZUANAZZI

Ab Intus

Mutatio

Photographe plasticienne Clara Diebler

Clara Diebler

Clara Diebler

The superimposition of negatives to lead us towards the positive.

Clara Diebler

Born in Paris to a German family, Clara Diebler delved into the magical world of film photography from a young age. Her curious and explorative spirit led her to overlay two negatives, revealing a rich and enigmatic parallel universe. Since this discovery, Clara has been weaving her own visual world, taking us on a journey where every element seems interconnected by invisible threads of poetry and mystery.

With a unique sensitivity, Clara Diebler skillfully blends nudes, portraits, architectural structures, and floral patterns, creating a striking visual alchemy. Each photograph becomes a fusion of two visions: that of the model and that of the photographer, of those who see and those who feel. Through her lens, she captures and elevates this intrinsic duality, this romantic and universal femininity that lies within each of us.

Her work is a delicate dance between feminine essence and universality, while maintaining a distinct singularity marked by an original vision. Anachronistic and melancholic, raw and splendid, Clara Diebler’s aesthetic is an invitation to view the world in a new light, to discover the hidden beauty in the duality of human existence.

Each of Clara’s photographs is a window into a waking dream, where the past and present intertwine, where softness meets brutality, and where melancholy transforms into magnificence. Through her gaze, she offers us an intimate and universal perspective, reminding us that beauty lies in the contrasts and secret harmonies of the world.

Full Name Clara Diebler
Nationality French
Année de naissance 1980
Main Technic Photography
Range of prices from 100 € to 1200 €
Presence in institutional collections. No
Presence on the secondary market No
Portrait de la photographe Clara Diebler

THE DIFFERENTS COLLECTIONS OF CLARA DIEBLER

Muses

Self Oblivion

Idan Wizen

Idan Wizen

Capturing individual freedom in all its forms is to reveal the very essence of our humanity

Idan Wizen

Idan Wizen is a Franco-Israeli artist and photographer, born in Tel Aviv in 1984. Initially pursuing studies in economics at the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas, Idan quickly shifted his focus to his true passion: art and photography. He deepened his expertise by earning a Master’s in Art Direction from Sup de Pub, followed by another Master’s from the University of the Arts London.
Idan gained international recognition with his bold project “Un Anonyme Nu Dans Le Salon,” which explores the beauty and complexity of the human form through nude photography. This project has been lauded for its artistic sensitivity and has won numerous awards, establishing Idan as a prominent figure in contemporary photography.
Further enriching his artistic career, Idan Wizen founded Studio Idan, an art gallery located on rue Beaubourg in Paris. This gallery is dedicated to the exhibition and promotion of contemporary artworks, reflecting his commitment to art and his vision of sharing unique and provocative creations with the world.

Idan Wizen is a photographer whose work focuses on the diversity, beauty of humanity, and individual freedom explored in various forms. Owner of the art gallery Studio Idan, located in the heart of Paris, he dedicates his time and energy primarily to his art, aiming to capture authentic and intimate moments through his lens.

Born in 1984 in Tel Aviv, Idan pursued a rich and varied artistic path, honing his craft in Paris, where he eventually established his own studio. His flagship project, “Who’s That Nude In The Living Room?”, reflects his passion for photography and commitment to representing human diversity. This ambitious project gathers thousands of portraits of people from all walks of life, each celebrating the unique beauty of the individual.

Individual freedom is a key theme in Idan’s work, explored in various forms across his pieces. His collection “Hinders” is a notable example, addressing personal and societal constraints that shape our lives. His photographs capture the essence of his subjects, highlighting their uniqueness and humanity with great sensitivity.

Idan has held over 50 exhibitions in France, the USA, and Japan, sharing his work with an international audience. His works have been widely recognized and awarded, receiving numerous international photography prizes.

The art gallery Studio Idan is more than just an exhibition space. It is a place of sharing and discovery, where Idan showcases not only his own works but also those of other artists who share a similar vision of art and humanity.

Idan Wizen continues to explore and push the boundaries of photography, always seeking to capture the essence of his subjects with respect and depth. His work offers a new and inclusive perspective on human beauty and diversity, celebrating individual freedom and authenticity.

Full Name Idan Wizen
Nationality French/Israeli
Year of Birth 1984
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 100 € to 8500 €
Presence in Institutional Collection No
Presence on the Secondary Market Yes
Portrait Idan Wizen

IDAN WIZEN'S COLLECTIONS

Nude in the living-room

Into The Box

Virtual Street Art

Hinders

The World We Left Them

mathilde artist page

Mathilde Oscar

Mathilde Oscar

When painting becomes photograph

Mathilde Oscar

Mathilde Oscar was born in Paris in 1980, and lives and works in Cannes.

She is a multifaceted artist whose artistic evolution is as fascinating as it is diverse. Her artistic journey is an odyssey that fuses a passion for painting, in-depth study of art history, graphic design and photography, ultimately giving birth to a singular visual language.

In the beginning, Mathilde Oscar explored the intricacies of painting, a medium that captured her heart and mind. This period was an enriching exploration of creativity, shaping her artistic perception. Art history became her ally, offering her a deep understanding of the classic masters of past centuries.

Over the years, Mathilde broadened her creative horizon to immerse herself in the world of graphic design. This immersion was a transformative period in which she honed her mastery of shapes, colors and visual compositions. However, it was only the prelude to a more significant metamorphosis.

In 2013, self-taught, she chose photography as a means of expression, offering a new canvas for her pictorial ideas, deeply rooted in artistic movements from the
Renaissance to Neo-Classicism.

In her photographs, Mathilde Oscar succeeds in capturing a striking atmosphere, giving her works an almost quasi-pictorial quality to her work. Her creative process frequently involves the meticulous fabrication of sets, costumes and props, although some of her inspirations can consist of digital elements that harmonize with her photographic composition.

What really sets Mathilde apart is her talent for interweaving the codes of classical painting with contemporary photography and pop culture. Her portraits are often anachronistic and offbeat conventions that seem suspended in an elusive space-time, while at the same time abounding in subtle references to art history.

Her artistic universe is one of great variety: sometimes romantic, sometimes imbued with surrealismmarked by a subtle dash of humor. The characters she captures become timeless icons, while her female portraits take on a Madonna-like aura, and her male figures (which she takes pleasure in reinventing as feminine) seem to revisit Christ-like archetypes.

In short, Mathilde Oscar is an artist who transcends artistic boundaries, fusing past and present painting and photography, to create a captivating visual world.

Full Name Mathilde Oscar
Nationality French
Year of Birth 1980
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 300 € to 7500 €
Presence in Institutional Collection No
Presence on the Secondary Market Yes

MATHILDE OSCAR'S COLLECTIONS

Dystopia

Les amours des dieux

HORS DU TEMPS

Pop Classicisme

Wanderlust

Métamorphoses

Pop Iconic

Les Mondes Insensés

Dina Goldstein

Dina Goldstein

Shatter and reshape your perceptions of societal norms.

Dina Goldstein

Bold artist whose narrative images take you on a thought-provoking journey.

Dina Goldstein photographer
Dina Goldstein photographer

Dina Goldstein’s artistic journey spans over three decades, beginning as a photojournalist and eventually evolving into an independent artist with a focus on elaborate narrative photography. Her work is a testament to her intricate social commentary, blending cultural archetypes and collective imagery with narratives rooted in the human experience. Drawing from surrealism, Dina constructs compositions that lay bare the underbelly of contemporary life, challenging prevailing cultural influences and deep-seated belief systems.

In 2007, Dina Goldstein embarked on a specific journey, fueled by personal experiences and a critical view of the “happily ever after” narrative perpetuated by Disney and embraced by Western society. As a feminist and new mother, she took issue with the stereotypical portrayals of women and girls in Disney’s stories. Her series “Fallen Princesses” (2007-2009) features humanized fairy tale princesses confronting modern-day challenges like cancer, addiction, obesity, war, and environmental degradation. This poignant work earned her the Prix Virginia in 2014, an international prize for women photographers, and led to exhibitions in Paris, Quebec and in the United States.

Dina’s subsequent project, “In The Dollhouse” (2012), unfolds within an intricately conceptualized, life-sized dollhouse inhabited by human Barbie and Ken dolls. In this alternative reality, Barbie undergoes a transformation by cutting her iconic blond locks, while Ken embarks on a journey of self-discovery. The series sparks discussions about unattainable beauty ideals, the myth of perfection, and the relationship between beauty, power, and happiness. “In The Dollhouse” has been widely exhibited, including a feature in the Musee D’Orsay’s Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera catalog and inclusion in the FotoMuseo collection in Colombia.

Her ambitious project “Gods Of Suburbia” (2014) delves into the world of established and fringe religions. Deities from various traditions are portrayed as mortal, adapting to the challenges of modern life. By offering an iconoclastic interpretation of how ancient belief systems intersect with modernity’s pillars—technology, science, and secularism—Dina’s surreal creations prompt viewers to contemplate the relevance of ancient ethics and enduring belief systems. The series has been exhibited internationally, with “The Last Supper” finding particular resonance in Italy.

Full Name Dina Goldstein
Nationality Canadian
Year of Birth 1969
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 1500 € to 14000 €
Presence in Institutional Collection Yes
Presence on the Secondary Market Yes

DINA GOLDSTEIN'S COLLECTIONS

In The Dollhouse

Fallen Princesses

Gods of Suburbia

Manon Deck-Sablon photographer

Manon Deck-Sablon

Manon Deck-Sablon

When architecture meets the body.

Manon Deck-Sablon

Experimental artist blending two passions that place the viewer in almost liminal spaces.

The young French photographer Manon Deck-Sablon was born in 1995 in Saint-Cloud and grew up in the south of France. She began her studies at the Montpellier School of Architecture, before completing them at the Versailles Landscape School in 2020.

Through her photographs, she explores the sensibility acquired in her training as a landscape architect and architect to stage encounters between bodies and their environment. Naked, anonymous, faceless, desexualized, non-gendered bodies, with flesh as their material, are deployed in space, creating absurd, poetic situations. Here, the models lose their identity, whether female, male or non-binary, and become nothing more than abstract, disarticulated forms interacting with each other or with the solids and voids of their environment.

Although she has only recently begun her photographic career, Manon Deck-Sablon’s work has already attracted attention, and she has shown some of her work in group photographic exhibitions in Milan and Paris, solo exhibitions at architecture festivals, and in publications in art magazines such as Acumen, and architecture and society magazines such as Polygone and Figures.

She is often compared, both in approach and style, to the American artist Spencer Tunick, but playing instead with the geometric composition of a smaller number of models.

Full Name Manon Deck-Sablon
Nationality French
Year of Birth 1995
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 150 € to 2900 €
Presence in Institutional Collection No
Presence on the Secondary Market No
Manon Deck-Sablon photographer

Manon Deck-Sablon's Collections

Figures

The Shape of Things

Louis Blanc

Louis Blanc

Self portraits like you've never seen them before.

Louis Blanc

Simplistic yet daring artist, inspired by the human form.

French photographer Louis Blanc was born in 1956 and has been living in Toulouse for over a decade. Blanc was never formally educated in photography and mastered his technique entirely himself. He would post his work in photography forums and enter contests. From the 1980’s to the 2000’s he experimented with different cameras including a Minolta and a digital compact. After spending some time perfecting his craft, and gaining vast experience, he decided to upgrade with an SLR in 2010. With his new equipment, he was able to hone in on his primary interests and birthed his project CORpuS in 2011. 

The idea for this series came to him after winning a competition on a forum. CORpuS was an enlightening experience for Blanc, as he came to realize the image of the body was something that evoked a lot of emotion and deep thought. As we can see, the images from CORpuS, bear a neutral background, because the contorted body is more than enough to summon conviction. 

Blanc’s artistic process begins with an unrefined idea, a bit like a brainstorm, but the end result is the culmination of many shots and redirections, making it intentional and unplanned at the same time. In addition, Blanc doesn’t avoid placing the body in disturbing poses. Actually, most of the images in CORpuS, push the boundaries of the human body. The images were made of himself, using a self-timer and remote control. 

Louis Blanc has been emerging in the photography world for the past decade, and his work doesn’t come without praise. In 2014, he joined the community of artists supported by Maecene Arts. The CORpuS series became well-known all over France, being published in numerous magazines including La Provence and Réponses Photo. Over the years, this series has been a part of 40+ exhibitions internationally, including France, Russia, New York, Japan, Italy and Prague. He was also published in Monaco’s Monaco Culture and Switzerland’s Geneva Tribune. It goes without saying that the world should keep an eye out for what Louis Blanc will do next.

Full Name Louis Blanc
Nationality French
Year of Birth 1956
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 1400 € to 6250 €
Presence in Institutional Collection No
Presence on the Secondary Market No
Louis Blanc CORpuS fine art photographer

CORpuS by Louis Blanc

2010–2020 — Fine art prints, limited to 10 copies (all sizes included)

brooke_shaden_art

Brooke Shaden

Brooke Shaden

Visually striking and narrative compositions that immerse ourselves in a world of fantasy and emotion.

Brooke Shaden

Poetic and dreamlike artist exploring human nature, loneliness and transformation.

American artist and photographer Brooke Shaden spent years delving into the duality of human nature in her work. Born in 1987, Shaden has become one of the most well-known photographers in modern art. She’s recognized by her conceptual images where she puts herself in settings that feel like an imaginary world. After finishing college in 2008, and deciding to explore her passion of storytelling, she began to probe her inner darkness and confront the fears of her intense childhood imagination.

Mainly a self-portrait artist, Brooke doesn’t shy away from photographing others as well. Many of her photographs evoke a sense of epiphany in an unfamiliar place. It’s easy to feel connected to her images as they embody personal exploration and encapsulate themes of darkness and light. She aims to show others a quintessential part of themselves that might’ve been lurking in the shadows prior. With this, she considers herself leaning more toward discovery than creation.

Shaden studied film all throughout college in Pennsylvania near to where she grew up. She was merely 25 years old when she became a part of PhotoVogue Italia’s group exhibition “101 Best Photos” in 2012. Over the years, she has amassed 18 conceptual awards for her work and has been a part of 80+ group and solo exhibitions all over America and Europe, with her very first exhibition in 2009.

As previously noted, Brooke’s unyielding passion is storytelling, and she continues to produce portraits in addition to writing and giving motivational speeches. She also allows us to look deeper into her process both mentally and physically, in her blog named “Promoting Passion”. She seeks to lead a multitude of lives with her curiosity serving as a perpetual fire of inspiration.

Full Name Brooke Shaden
Nationality American
Year of Birth 1987
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 750 € to 5200 €
Presence in Institutional Collection No
Presence on the Secondary Market No
Brooke-Shaden

ALL AVAILABLE ARTWORKS OF BROOKE SHADEN

2009–Present — Fine art prints on velvet paper, limited to 30 copies (all sizes included)

Arnaud Baumann

Arnaud Baumann

A master in the art of revealing the essence of personalities.

Arnaud Baumann

“He does not reproduce reality; he does not capture reality; he thinks it and he sees it.”

Pacôme Thiellement, essayist

Arnaud Baumann, French portrait photographer and videographer, was born in 1953 and left an indelible mark on the world of photography. His career began alongside photographer Xavier Lambours, with whom he had the opportunity to capture unique and intimate moments by photographing the behind the scenes, hysterics and editorial conferences of Hara Kiri and Charlie Hebdo magazines. This experience marked the start of a promising career.

Over the years, Baumann has been published in renowned magazines such as Hara Kiri, Libération, Le Nouvel Observateur, Télérama, VSD, Paris Match and Géo, thus demonstrating his talent and versatility as a photographer.

During one of the key periods of his career, from 1978 to 1983, Baumann immortalized the evenings at Fabrice Emaer’s “Palace”. Through his photographs, he captures the very essence of these extravagant evenings, immersing us in the electric and liberated atmosphere of a bygone era.

Baumann devotes a large part of his career to portraiture, becoming a master in the art of revealing the essence of well-known personalities and cultural actors. His portraits are imbued with depth and sensitivity, to the point of capturing the soul of his subjects.

Throughout his career, Baumann reinvented his style while remaining faithful to what makes him a generational photographer. His process rethinks the links between the structure of his vision and the reality that surrounds it. His photographs are recognizable by their precise framing, precise colors and always mastered compositions.

Full Name Arnaud Baumann
Nationality French
Year of Birth 1953
Principal Technique Photography
Range of Pricing from 250 € to 15 000 €
Presence in Institutional Collection Yes
Presence on the Secondary Market Yes
Arnaud Baumann

ARNAUD BAUMANN'S COLLECTION

Eau Secours

★ ICONIC PORTRAITS ★

Le Palace

Little Black Book