Henri Cartier-Bresson
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Studio ARTE produced 3 of the project, called Contacts. The idea of the project, if I may say so, to show the connection (contact) photo-artist with a photo, give everyone the opportunity to comment on the photographer to his work. The uniqueness of the film that shows not just one picture, and often the whole series of images, of which only one frame later to be recognized (named), a brilliant, unique, inimitable, etc. In this film you can see what is the work of the photographer - to prepare a frame of mind or a place to try, experiment, wait, anticipate. And all for the sake of the dozens of excellent photographs to choose best of the best.

Vol. 2: The Renewal of Contemporary Photography: The main idea of the project is to show the viewer not just photos of the author, but also to listen to him, talking about his creative path, on global matters, giving inspiration to the author, about the experiences and emotional lines of his work, some of the biographical facts of life master, and immediately the main thing - an individual creative process. Movies are accompanied not just show some photos, but often a demonstration of the negatives photographer (check fingerprint), with a series of doubles, where the author is his story about the shootings, about their thoughts and feelings at that moment, the choice of one single photograph, which will be the end result of a series of . As part of the movie is the voice of the author himself, in another - the curator of the photographer, critic, or sometimes the announcer reading the text of the first-person. Do not have any specific pattern, in which filmed. Each of them is unique, as the authors represented in the project. This part presents 11 photos: Nan Goldin, Sophie Calle, Duane Michals, Sarah Moon, Nobuyoski Araki, Andreas Gursky, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Thomas Ruff, Lewis Baltz, Jean-Marc Bustamante, and Jeff Wall.

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