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Normal Magazine soft edition

Normal Magazine soft edition Issue 9

NORMAL is a high-end magazine devoted to artistic NUDE photography. NORMAL reveals edgy, provocative and stunning Models through the intimacy of our generation’s greatest photographers through editorials, series, interviews and portfolios; mingling hi-fashion and art in nearly 250 pages.

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womens seen by womens

Is female nude photography for the sole pleasure of man? Does not he become a bit voyeur when he flips through this magazine where the biggest names in photography are exposed? It is time to denounce this received idea. The female nude is not the preserve of the male world. The women photographers have seized this art. Are they different in how they treat it? This issue is entirely devoted to them and offers the reader a range of their originality: suggested sensuality, elegance, refinement, grace. But they also know how to play on other registers, eroticism and sometimes even some violence in the game of raw lights and decors without artifice. A woman’s look on the woman. Philippe Guédon & Guillaume Rogez “A photography is a fragment of time that will not come…

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karen collins

“My photographic approach is to show how, in a city of ten million people, people live in complete solitude”Weegee In Karen Collins’ universe, beauty is a cold, almost icy mistress, a beauty absorbed in the painting in which she evolves, astray, absent but paradoxically at the very core of the room and of the staged scene. The scenography is meticulously studied, methodically framed. The characters are on the edge of the abyss, already in oblivion. Facing this setting, without artifice, the viewer experiences a feeling of emptiness, admiring at the same time the great beauty of the staging as well as its purity. The feminine fragility is sublimed by cinematic lights. These women, enigmatic and mysterious, seem to have Hitchcock looks, a tribute to the Hollywood golden age, influenced by airport…

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jamie nelson

Pop,coloured,displaced,provocative are some of the many qualifying adjectives used to describe Jamie Nelson’s work.A touch of femininity, a dash of some London influence from the 60s and a great deal of originality can give you an overview of the covers created by Jamie Nelson for the greatest fashion and beauty magazines: Glamour, Elle, or Vogue. American born in a small city in Texas, Jamie grew up in Colorado and then in California where she studied photography at the Brooks Institute. She now lives in the greatest cities of America and travels around the world for her work: a fashion and beauty photographer, especially feminine beauties. Jamie Nelson’s pictures can be recognized by their singularity but also by the accumulation of cultural references. Throughout the magazines covers, the celebrities series, the…

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miss aniela

NatalieLennard ‘MissAniela’isaUK-basedphotographer of art, advertising, and #SurrealFashion. Mixing art and fashion, she creates a fine balance of contemporary creativity, working closely with producer & partner Matthew Lennard on production of commercial assignments, fine-art projects, and photography events. Her work centres on a fusion of traditional imagery and digitally enhanced motifs, interweaving in a surreal composition. Natalie’s work has been exhibited by the Saatchi Gallery, Photo Vogue Milan, Prins Eugens Waldermarsudde Museum in Stockholm and the Houses of Parliament. Her work has been featured by BBC, El Pais, Plastik Magazine, Yahoo and NY Arts. The beauty that the most prestige surrounds is that which radiates the face of the woman. What is there in this brilliancy, in this polish and in those contours of the flesh which forces to admiration and lights up…

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ellen von unwerth

The unanimous admiration we give her nowadays isn’t overrated. The triumph of the picture shows of a unique and instinctive photographic writing. Here, the light is powerful and the colour bright. Ellen von Unwerthknowshowtoassociatephotographic talent and sense of humour, sometimes openly provocative, manipulating the world of fantasy and desires, making the image of the sexy and naive woman a common place. Such as the music of Beethoven, strength is playing with sensuality, with all romanticism. Combining the denuded woman with a voluntarily soft sense of humour, the artist doesn’t compromise, there isn’t any fragility or any subtlety but only strength. Desire then appears with violence until it leads to concupiscence. Ellen is powerful because she is determined, she doesn’t let herself being distracted by anything obscure or complex, she isn’t…

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evelyn bencicova

Evelyn Bencicova is a visual creative focussing mainly on the medium of photography and art direction. Born 1992 in Bratislava, Slovakia Evelyn studied fine art and new media at University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Today combining her academic research with interest in contemporary visual culture, Evelyn’s work is unmistakable for her signature timelessness and individual aesthetic. Whilst combining a variety of genres and techniques, Evelyn’s practice revolves around the point at which the artistic and the commercial merge, and the conceptual meets the visual. Her international client repertoire spans fashion and luxury brands such as Gucci, Cartier and Nehera, as well as cultural institutions such as Berghain, Kunsthalle Basel, the Slovak National Theatre and Ballet and Museumsquartier Vienna. Evelyn’s commercial and artistic work featured in the likes of Vogue Korea, Self-Service,…