Remi Rebillard is both fashion photographer above all an artist devoted exclusively to his personal research since 2009. His work asks us about the estrangement of sensuality and human connectivity through the lens of women. Remi’s photos reveal female sensuality while simultaneously carving a rift of alienation between his model’s bodies and the world they occypy.
Living and working in New York City, Reka Nyari’s practice spans from fashion and fine art photography and videography, to elaborate installation and performance pieces. Oscillating between mischievous eroticism and wistful splendor, her work employs and explores traditional ideals of beauty and gender to portray sexuality from a predominantly female perspective. Nyari’s images of nude figures are not strictly intended as alluring portraits – while deriving their emotional charge from the familiar motifs of erotic photography, they expand the pictorial
vocabulary to the realm of narratives, layering in personal histories and fictitious content. Unapologetically, Nyari embeds luscious and empowered bodies in luminous landscapes or against staged backdrops. Nudity, gesture, gaze, as well as objects become intrinsically linked to the feminine identity.
Corrado Dalcò was born in Parma town of Italy.Started off as graphic designer then discovered photography and was love at first sight.
In 1999 Corrado moved to Berlin,Barcelona and 2002 to London, finding immediate success as a fashion photographer for magazines and advertising campaign such as Levi’s,Coca-Cola,Nose,Sisley Kids and more. He then added music video to his repertoire, to explore further ideas on movement, tone and elegance.
Corrado divides his time between his artistic endeavours and purely commercial work for the advertising and publishing industries as a fashion/advertising photographer and film director. Among others, his work has been featured on i-D UK, WallPaper, Whitelies magazine, ,Metal Magazine and Artribune.
NYC based, Syracuse NY raised, self taught photographer; Mel D Cole is one of Hip Hop’s most accomplished and celebrated photographers with a career spanning almost 20 years. He released his first book called GREAT: Photographs of Hip Hop in February 2020.
Great includes both behind the scenes and live concert shots of Hip Hop and R&B superstars such as Kanye West, Drake, Sade, Lil Wayne, Rihanna, Erykah Badu, Common, Tyler the Creator, Pharrell, Trey Songz, Kid Cudi, J. Cole, Mos Def, Mac Miller, The Roots, Wu-Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest, Mobb Deep, and much more. An extraordinary visual history of Hip Hop and its evolution through Mel D. Cole’s lens, GREAT is a one-of-a-kind coffee table book for hip hop lovers, collectors and lovers of photography. The foreword was penned by Questlove.
Before the book and when blogs where a staple in our lives Mel had one called Villageslum.com which was a go to spot to see NYC’s downtown nightlife in it’s black and white glory!