REVOLUTIONART International Magazine - Issue 46 - "JUSTICE"

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Find the balance of truth.
One of the biggest mistakes people make is to live their lives believing that the world is just. On the other hand, ironically one of the finest things one can do is to continue seeking justice in order to help create a better world.
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INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE

ISSUE # 46

ISSN 2220-444X

EDITORIAL

JUSTICE

Published by:

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Created by:

Nelson Medina

www.nelson-medina.com

nelson@publicistas.org

Cover image:

Eolo Perfido

www.eoloperfido.com

All the contributor’s

artworks are property of

their respective owners and

can’t be reproduced without

permission.

All the editorial designs

by Nelson Medina &

Revolutionart Studios.

All the creative ideas by

Publicistas.org.

One of the biggest mistakes

people make is to live their

lives believing that the world is just.

On the other hand, ironically one

of the finest things one can do is to

continue seeking justice in order to

help create a better world.

That noble vision is what enables

us to continue on the road towards

an equilibrium that can satisfy us

all.

But during the more than six

thousand years since human

civilization began, it appears

that the search for justice has

been a monumental failure. In

today’s world we can see how

the same corrupt governments

of the past continue to exist, and

that they continue to produce

new generations of misfits who

shatter that balance. Those people

who claim to be fighting for their

freedom or their rights use violence

in what does not resemble justice,

but rather a search for revenge

into which innocent people are

dragged along the way.

people languish in jail, political

scandals are rife and poverty is

visible to varying degrees.

That is why perhaps the most

“just” path is to understand that

human nature is multifaceted,

and that it gives rise to different

cultures, societies, tastes and

customs, as well as –crucially- very

different visions of what justice

actually means. And that is why

we have prepared this edition, in

which artists from a number of

regions look beneath the surface

of that meaning. Welcome to

Revolutionart “Justice”.

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© 2014

Publicistas.Org

REVOLUTIONART MAGAZINE

And even in the richest, most

technologically advanced countries

with the best education systems

Nelson Medina

Creative Director

Publicistas.org

nelson@publicistas.org


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CONTRIBUTORS

Issue 46 - Justice

Aby Long

United Kingdom

along2@pca.ac.uk

Angelo Nairod

Italy

angelonairod@hotmail.it

www.flickr.com/angelo_nairod

Ann Morgan

a5m5morgan@yahoo.com

United States

Carly Sienko

United Kingdom

csienko1@pca.ac.uk

Charlotte Matthews

United Kingdom

cmatthews1@pca.ac.uk

Dave Bear Atienza

Philippines

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http://tinyurl.com/a22ux8n

Eddy Peters

The Netherlands

www.eddypeters.nl

Eolo Perfido

Italy

www.eoloperfido.com

George Bogiatzidis

Greece

g.bogiatzidis@gmail.com

georgeboya.com

Giovanni Tagliavini

Italy

gtagliavini@tiscalinet.it

www.giovannitagliavini.tumblr.com

Hamed Zarei

Iran

hdmlcomputer@gmail.com

www.facebook.com/HamedZarei110

Isaac Gillard

United Kingdom

igillard1@pca.ac.uk

Jack Vernon

United Kingdom

jvernon1@pca.ac.uk


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Issue 46 - Justice

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Ecuador

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Leah Coghlan

Canada

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Leo K

Czech Republic

leo.kyslinger@gmail.com

www.kyslinger.info

Lydia Nová

Czech Republic

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Mahsa Saleh

Iran

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Mani Farsipour Naghibi

Iran

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www.architect-mani.com

Manu Jayasankar Ambady

India

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Spain

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Brazil

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Pablo Recalde Equiza

Spain

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www.recaldecomunicacion.com

Pablo Sosa

Uruguay

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www.pablososafotografia.tumblr.com

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Issue 46 - Justice

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Spain

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Macau, China

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Richard Alexander Heckert

Germany

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Hungary

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Poland

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Rola Khayyat

Egypt

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Ryan Curnow

United Kingdom

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Ryan Wildish

United Kingdom

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Simon Zoltán

Hungary

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www.simonart.hu

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The Netherlands

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Tom Walters

United Kingdom

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Italy

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INTERVIEW WITH

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SHADOW & LIGHT

INTERVIEW WITH EOLO PERFIDO

Italy

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February 2014

By Nelson Medina

nelson@publicistas.org

© Images provided by Eolo Perfido


Can you tell us a little about

yourself to help people who

aren’t familiar with you?

I’m a professional

photographer who was

born in France in a small

town called Cognac the 10

february 1972. I currently

live in Rome and work all

over the world. Over the

years i’ve been working

for several international

agencies and clients such as

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Times, Gatorade, Kraft,

Samnsung and many more.

I’ve been honoured to assist

field photographers like

Steve McCurry, Elliott Erwitt and James

Natchwey in several of their shootings in

Europe, Africa, Asia and South America.

What kind of

art training

have you had?

I never had any specific

art training. After

finishing high school,

I didn’t know what

to do with my life. I

was naturally drawn

towards everything

that had to do with

images, especially


comics and graphic novels. The fact that I was not

really good at drawing was quite frustrating, so

I decided to help out friends who were drawing

comics by working more on the narrative part.

At 28 I followed a friend who had the passion for

photography during one of his portrait sessions.

The whole experience fascinated me to the point

where I decided to try it out myself. My first few

photoshoots, where I was taking photos of friends

and relatives, really surprised me. I was feeling

completely at ease with a camera in my hands

and I could get some nice , well composed pictures

even if I was lacking in experience.

It was love at first sight: from that moment on, all

I could think about was photography and for the

following two years I used all of my free time for

my personal formation in that field.

What are the jobs you are most

proud of?

My first two series. Propaganda and Clowville.

Both projects are born from my narrative needs. I

always try to tell stories through single images rich

in atmosphere. In case I find the story that I want

to tell to be particularly stimulating, I then turn

it into a photographic series. Propaganda and

Clownville were born in those circumstances.


“ I always try to tell stories through single

images rich in atmosphere”


How was born the idea of

“Clownville” project?

I’ve always thought of the Circus as

a sort of our own society’s metaphor:

an “inter-connected” world in which

everybody wants to entertain and be

entertained, but that holds also great

sadness and loneliness. I think that

the people in today’s society are well

represented by the weird image of the

Clown : funny, but sad at the same

time, a mask that is tragic, grotesque

and ambiguous at the same time.

Fascinated by the whole production of

Fellini, with his dreamlike atmospheres

(on top of all, the movie Le notti di

Cabiria), and freely inspiring myself to

some characters of the mute cinema

(in particular, Charlie Chaplin and

Buster Keaton, with their clown-like

characteristics due to the heavy make

up and the excessive gesture that

was necessary in order to broadcast

expressions emotions and action),

I had been thinking of making a

portrait with a clown as the subject for

some years now. I ended up liking the

making of that photo so much that

I turned it into a series that is still in

progress.


What are the top techniques

that people can learn from

your workshops?

I’m teaching 4 different kind of workshops.

Classic Portrait, Creative Portrait, Post

Production and Street Photography.

I’ve been teaching photography for several

years now. In Italy, in schools such as the

Roman School of Photography and the IED

(European Institute of Design) and all around

europe thanks to national associations of

photographers in France, England, Germany,

Netherlands and Russia.

In terms of techniques I develops several

teaching methods dedicating time and energy

in several aspects of every photographic

discipline I teach. From the interaction with

the subject to the light schemes (from the

simplest to the most complex ones). In post

production I dedicate much time and effort to

the raw opening method, color correction, skin

cleaning and FX.


Can you sum up your

creative process in three

steps?

Speaking about my personal body of

work, some of the images were left

in my head for

months before I

would actually

want to make

them.

Once I make up

my mind, usually

I draw some

sketches where I

define the general

composition and

the location setup.

The photoshoot

can last about an

hour or the whole

day, depending

on how complex

the image is, but

i’m usually a very

quick photographer. If I manage to

wrap it up early, I take the liberty of

shooting some extra photos, mostly

portraits or small variations on the

theme that I sometimes end up liking

even more than the original project.

These photos, in case they don’t make

the cut for my portfolio, end up in my

archive and quite often they eneded

up being used for magazine or book

covers.

The editing process

starts right after the

photoshoot most of the

times, while drinking a

coffee I light up my pipe

and start going through

all the pictures taken

looking for my favorite

shots.

I like to use a little help

from the guys at my

studio during this part,

a fresh external point

of view can somethimes

be very helpful to find

interesting details that

may get lost in the first

review.

After the selection I

usually end up with 10 good images

and, in case the photoshoot went

particularly well, a couple of perfect

ones.


I tend to post process myself all

of my personal work, and for the

commercial and advertising works

I have Luca and Lorenzo helping

me, two great photoshop experts

whom I have been working with

for some years now.

What’s the most

important for you in

life?

To being able to enjoy the few

real happy moments of life. The

spent more time with the loved

ones. To feel that I’m continuously

growing.

Can you name some

direct influences on

your work?

Illustratos such as Moebius,

Otomo, Gimenez. Painters like

the Velasquez, Zurbaran and

Murillo. Photographers like

Avedon, Lindbergh and Penn.

Writers like Kundera, Asimov and

Tolkien.

Where can people buy

your artworks and find

you online?

Right now is possible to buy a

fine art edition of five pictures

from the Clownville series stored

into a box art designed by

Anders Weinar. I’m part of a

fine art project named Icons 5.7

together with Steve McCurry and

Christian Cravo. You can find all

the information on the website

http://www.icons57.com

The current theme

of Revolutionart is

“Justice”. What comes

to your mind when

you hear that word?

The lack of Justice in Italy, the

country were I live.


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ART CONTRIBUTORS:

// Send your artworks in high quality, 300dpi jpg

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// Size:

Horizontal art: 1280 x 765 pixels

Vertical art : 640 x 765 pixels

// It could be computer generated, photo, hand made draw,

photomanipulation, vector, raster, scanned or any image

from your creativity related to the next theme.

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works not necessarily have to be related.

DEADLINE:

MAY 15,

2014


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honour & glory

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Deadline: MAY 15, 2014

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