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Piece description from the artist

The photogram is an image made without a camera by placing an object directly on to the surface of a light-sensitive material and then exposing it to light. Since the dawn of photography it has been explored by practitioners such as Anna Atkins and Henry Fox Talbot…A photogram, is a 1:1 scale negative record of a shadow. It is unique and unpredictable.- Tate Etc. Essay: Photograms

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About Anna Kalapazana

Gabrovo, Bulgaria

Anna Kalapazana is a documentary and conceptual photographer based in Gabrovo, Bulgaria. Her photography work focuses on exploring a post-communist society, its values and formed cityscapes.
She experiments with more minimalist expression in terms of creating black and white handmade photograms on photosensitive paper.

Her works have been exhibited in Sofia and New York.

She studied Visual Arts in New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria.

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