CALYPSO DE SIGALDI
Coming from one of the oldest Monegasque families, Calypso de Sigaldi is also the descendant of a line of artists versed in the contemporaneity of expression.
Since then, she has expressed her view on society, through series and exhibitions (galleries & museums) where her experience in the fashion world remains palpable.
Through his photographs, Laurent Leoncini (photographer / writer) attempts to transcribe the artistic ambivalence of our time.
Between modernity and classicism, it sublimates the city of Paris.Globe-trotting, he travels the world with his device both in deep nature and in bubbling cities to extract its marvellous.
Michel de YOUGOSLAVIE
In his early years, Michael from Yugoslavia also learned to watch. Long walks in the Palace of Versailles with his mother. The classic elegance of perspectives and volumes ...
“Since we were not wealthy, rather than buying, my mother often changed the place of the furniture. Volumes and prospects were constantly evolving… ”.
From his mother, Michel from Yugoslavia comes from such an illustrious family: Umberto II, his maternal grandfather, was the last king of Italy; he reigned 35 days in 1946. Also exiled, he lived in Portugal while his wife Marie Josée went to Switzerland in Gy, near Geneva.
MacMaris is a collective made up of photographer Cristina Maris and of composer Massimo Curti. Cristina takes photos of everyday objects and manipulates them so that the subject loses some of its visual characteristics to embrace others, given not only by the new surreal qualities of the image, but also by the music composed by Massimo . The symphony is inspired by the photographic object as much as photography aims to represent music.