ANNA HURTIG

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Artist Statement

The thing that appeals to me the most about photography is that it gives me a possibility to depict the world exactly as it looks and a way to create an imaginary one. A place where I have the total control of both the scene and the execution.
As a child I had the most imaginative dreams and I remember waking up in the morning filled with new energy regardless of whether they were good dreams or nightmares. As I grew older the dreams slowly faded away and was replaced by anxiety and bewildered feelings. In search of a way to process the confused thoughts from the past and to heal as an adult, photography has given me the opportunity to deal with my innermost hopes and fears and a way to express what I find hard to put into words. A chance to create new dreams and regain the vital energy and spark that unfortunately became the inevitable sacrifice of growing up.
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source: thedphoto

“The thing that appeals to me the most about photography is that it gives me a possibility to depict the world exactly as it looks and a way to create an imaginary one. A place where I have the total control of both the scene and the execution.
As a child I had the most imaginative dreams and I remember waking up in the morning filled with new energy regardless of whether they were good dreams or nightmares.

As I grew older the dreams slowly faded away and were replaced by anxiety and bewildered feelings. In search of a way to process the confused thoughts from the past and to heal as an adult, photography has given me the opportunity to deal with my innermost hopes and fears and a way to express what I find hard to put into words. A chance to create new dreams and regain the vital energy and spark that unfortunately became the inevitable sacrifice of growing up.” ~ Anna Hurtig
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source: dom-moustacheblogspot

Anna Hurtig é uma fotografa natural de Stockholm – Suécia. Anna faz uma fotografia, onde cria um mundo que as crianças são livres dos pais, quase como garotos perdidos do Peter Pan, só que com reais sentimentos, como raiva, medo, liberdade e maior desejo nessa idade, a da curiosidade de explorar tudo e tudo virar um novo conto.
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source: scoopit

A travers sa photographie, ANNA HURTIG a développé un univers onirique singulier, étrange et inquiétant.

Ses cliqués, d’une beauté simple et délicate, se lisent tels des contes, mettant en scène des enfants dans leur vie et leurs jeux quotidiens. Chaque image, chargée de symboles, nous plonge dans une atmosphère trouble où candeur et menace se mêlent étroitement.
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source: stereotipmag

C’è un gelo sottile e perpetuo nelle foto di Anna Hurtig, che fredda le ossa, che scuote la spina dorsale. E una speranza completamente morta, qualcosa di macabro e inquietante, in tutta la sua disarmante e algida bellezza.
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source: padmagcn

Anna Hurtig,瑞典摄影师,她的一些关于孩子的作品震撼人心
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source: 2photoru

Фотограф Anna Hurtig

“Кто-то однажды сказал, что самое счастливое время это возраст между четырьмя и двенадцатью.
Серия “Игра воображения” как раз об этом периоде жизни.

Дни заполнены выдумками, фантазиями, магией и мечтами. Но так же печалью, сожалениями и разбитыми сердцами, что является неотъемлемой частью взросления”