John Maloof works as a photographer an film maker. Together with Charlie Siskel he produced the documentary “Finding Vivian Maier”, which was released in 2014.
Born and raised in Valenica, Evangelista now lives in Madrid, where he works as a photographer. His works include both commercial assignments as well as personal projects that show the conflict between the natural and the artificial. Evangelista’s Twitter bio states “Shooting borders”, something he last did in Mexico to document the country’s border with the United States.
Vanessa von Zitzewitz is a photographer and is internationally recognized for her nudes, striking portraits and her underwater horse images. She collaborates with the Bernheimer Fine Art Photography Gallery and made as a young photographer her contracts with well-known luxury brands. Furthermore she has immortalized film stars, fashion and art personalities and important political figures such as Juan Carlos I, King of Spain, Mick Jagger, George Clooney, Victoria Beckham and Gianni Agnelli. She had many exhibitions all over the world.She published her photographs in a number of books.
Vivian Maier led a double life. Working as a nanny for wealthy American families, she spent all of her free time as street photographer. But she never shared her work with anyone. In the movie “Finding Vivian Maier”, John Maloof and Charlie Siskel explore the legacy of an unknown artist.
What if the constant recording of every nook and cranny of our daily life is helping us to be more in touch with reality rather than less?
Spanish photographer Ignacio Evangelista has traveled Europe to portray the former borders between member states. He wants them to be the testament of an absurd past.