Choosing what to reveal and what to hide is an important part of photography. Taking out a single element can make or break a photograph and Portugal-based artist Mariana Dias knows that all too well.
Mariana’s photographs leave out a little something for the audience to figure out on their own. Her framing is delicate and her angles are precise -- everything seems calm, quiet, and soothing to a point. Her images reveal only what is intended and lets the viewers give their own interpretation of her art. A simple covering of the face or a twitch of the body can communicate so much. Mariana’s work is a nod to emotion, poetry, and intimacy in visual form.
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This talented Chicago-based artist and a freelance photographer amazed us with her work from the very start. Clarissa Bonet is inspired by the structures of the city, their impact on the body and she enjoys exploring aspects of the urban space in different contexts.
Mariana Dias is a talented photographer and a skilled artist. She makes dramatic images thru means of hiding and revealing telling elements. Learn more about her work and process in this quick interview.
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Photographer Julia Berezina in collaboration with Curated by Girls, a globally-inclusive platform that works to showcase artistic talent regardless of race or gender, chats with us about incorporating personal life into her work and how shooting on film affects the meaning of her photographs.