BRIGITTE NIEDERMAIR

女权艺术家 摄影作品
THE SCOPE Be more flexible!

Brigitte Niedermair  THE SCOPE Be more flexible!

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Originaire du Sud du Tyrol, Brigitte Niedermair déploie dès son adolescence son énergie créatrice : peinture et dessin en sont les premiers signes– elle se lance à vingt ans dans la photographie. développe sa pratique des portraits féminins.

Artiste Autodidacte, oeuvrant principalement dans la mode depuis 2OOO elle compose ses images comme des peintures.

A travers commandes et travaux personnels se pose la question de la condition féminine. Interrogeant traditions, religions et modernité, en les articulant à des sujets tels que l’avortement et l’insémination artificielle, elle propose une vision duelle, entre sacré et profane, ascétisme et érotisme, héritage culturel et émancipation.
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source: quadrigafr

Originally from South Tyrol in Italy, Brigitte Niedermair is a self-taught artist who possesses a diverse background in drawing, painting, and photography. She has worked primarily in fashion since 2000, yet still integrates her varied artistic experience in the composition of her photographs.

Brigitte specializes in female portraiture. Throughout her work, both personal and commercial, she examines the culture of tradition and modernity, often elegantly juxtaposing opposing forces in a single photograph.

Her editorials are featured in magazines such as L’Officiel, Citizen K., Dedicate, Sleek, and Bon. Advertising includes campaigns for Cerruti, Lancaster, Longchamp, and Cristal Saint-Louis.
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source: meadcarney

Brigitte Niedermair is an artist who expresses herself through photography. At the same time, she is a photographer who ventures deep into the disciplinary challenges of art. This cross-fertilisation between two worlds, an osmosis that she performs with great determination, has become the characteristic feature of all her work. The poetic content of her art has always found ideal form through her great mastery of the medium of photography. But never more so has the compositional balance and iconic component of her work been executed in such a lean and essential manner. They almost dissolve before the eye of the viewer, allowing the work to appear in its most subtle and immaterial dimension. Extending far beyond the subjects they portray, the photographs we see directly communicate Niedermair’s thoughts, feelings and personal inner journey. The concepts emerge with great power and immediacy, making space for themselves within the substance of photography. The abstraction creates figures which are authentic portraits.

Photography, my photography, is reality – like the recording of an invisible story, of a private tale, a secret map of feelings. It is the metaphor of a journey, the dawn of a new perception and a transformation of vision. Ultimately, it is a confession. It may well be true that change occurs when we start to be what we are, not when we try to be what we are not. That is the way it has been for me. Now I know. (Brigitte Niedermair)