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Polish woman while ironing her hair
[Famous Paintings As Conceptual Photographs]
Provided by the artist - Romano Kuduzovic
This project represents the encounter of the characters from the famous paintings by using the newest technology. You can see how they use technology and react to it from this following photo session.
Painting behind: Amadeo Modigliani - Portrait of a Polish Woman - 1919
Amadeo Modigliani was born in Italy in 1884 of Jewish descent. He studied in Venice and Florence before arriving in Paris in 1906. As a sculptor and artist, he was influenced by the paintings of Kautrec, Cezanne and African sculpture. He was a Montparnasse eccentric - poor, proud, amorous, drugged and drunk. He died a tragic death at the age of 35. The woman in the portrait is Lunia Czechowska, Modigliani's lover. Several portraits and sketches were done of Lunia between 1917 and 1919.
Makeup: Naida Šekic
Costumes: National Theatre Sarajevo
Models: Andela Banovic, Enna Ibizovic, Mak Krstic, Feda Lukovac, Mirzada Kobilic, Ante Babic & Alma Bajramovic
Studio: Academy Of Fine Arts Sarajevo