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  • September | 2015 | Gina Soden Artist
    long time since I have posted I am very pleased to announce I will be showing at The Other Art Fair for the 4th time this October The fair will be held at the brilliant venue The Old Truman Brewery

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  • My Russian Debut: Filling the Void | Gina Soden Artist
    I have adapted for my UK audience To read the original release in full click on the image above So evocative is the theme of desolation and abandonment that a philosophical interest in the portrayal of emptiness in art that began in the days of Plato continues to this day There is a great variety of interpretations on this subject which has been demonstrated through the ages The theme of emptiness as a symbol of neglect was particularly popular among French painters in the 18th Century On the canvases of the artist Hubert Robert ruins of ancient temples hint at the transitory nature of all things Fractured by time his romantic images of palace halls and gardens act as a symbol of the eventual return of cultural creations to a natural state During the 20th Century the theme of desolation and abandonment continued We can find references to this timeless metaphysical question in the abstractions of Malevich the musical experiments of John Cage composition 4 33 and in the work of Yves Klein and the classic American conceptualist Joseph Kosuth Among the Masters of figurative art stands Edward Hopper An artist who was indifferent to Modernism and demonstrated his own vision of emptiness The characters depicted in his paintings appear to be at the very mercy of time Forever waiting for something in empty cafes hotels gas stations and even in their own homes Hopper fragments their works in such a way as to give the viewer a sense of involvement in this empty lifeless environment where only light reports this strange feeling of loneliness and detachment Continuing this timeless affair with emptiness the artists presented in Filling the Void at Gallery K35 provide a modern interpretation on the theme of empty space Each artwork on its own fills this

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  • February | 2015 | Gina Soden Artist
    artists Franziska Klotz Germany and Marina Fedorova Russia in a group exhibition entitled Filling the Void Curated by Maria Saava Filling the Void is an exploration of emptiness in modern day art The Exhibition Read more Top 5 Tips on How to Create the Perfect Photograph February 3 2015 No Comments Rather than taking a documentary approach Gina breathes a sense of life into the scenes of her photographs hinting

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  • Top 5 Tips on How to Create the Perfect Photograph | Gina Soden Artist
    also great in low light if you don t have a tripod Wide angle lens are great for keeping your shots sharp as depth of field is very large especially at around f8 f11 Take care though if you angle the camera up or down as vertical lines start to converge lean and it creates a warped perspective This can add a whole new mood to the image though emphasising scale To avoid this I use a tilt shift lens A spirit level is really handy Tip 3 Observe and look for the details Taking your time to physically look through the place will be rewarded Anything you see that translates well into a visual representation of the wider scene makes a great detail shot Things such as rusting tools peeling paint revealing older colours wallpaper underneath historical items covered in cobwebs bright clashing colours and mouldy items all make for great shots Pick out those details and use light to your advantage such as light rays spilling in the room and highlighting the detail or backlighting it The Slab Gina Soden 2012 Tip 4 Try Exposure Bracketing Sheds and derelict buildings often have dark corners and bright windows which can make taking an accurate exposure impossible By using exposure bracketing you can capture a wider range of tones across several images which can be combined using various types of software as a HDR image In post processing you can make the image as realistic or as far fetched as you wish You can shoot anything from 3 to 11 bracketed exposures 3 images usually will suffice and you can use exposure bracketing effectively to capture a realistic scene L Ecole Gina Soden 2012 Soviet Deco Gina Soden 2013 Tip 5 A tripod One of the most vital pieces of

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  • Works On Paper Fair | Gina Soden Artist
    winners The fair will provide the winning artists a forum in which to showcase and sell their work For further information about the event please visit the following link The Works on Paper Fair About the author Gina Soden Gina Soden is a young British photographer specialising in a fine art career in the field of dereliction At the heart of Gina s photography is a preoccupation with abandoned structures

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  • January | 2015 | Gina Soden Artist
    final stop for the National Open Art Competition 2014 Tour Held at the magnificent Science Museum in London the Works on Paper Fair is displaying a select works from the NOA Competition winners The fair will provide the winning artists

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  • 2014 – My Year in Colour | Gina Soden Artist
    winning the overall photography prize at the National Open Art NOA competition The man the award was named after recently contacted me to say Congratulati ons and to inform me he bought the award winning work which is an incredible honour I want to say a huge thank you to the galleries and clubs that have shown my work Eye Like Fine Arts Society Contemporary Home House Rise Arts Eleven Fine Art Groucho Club Century Club and to all my wonderful clients who now have their own Gina Soden artwork on their wall 2015 looks to be an even more promising year and I will be travelling further afield than ever before I can t wait to show you what I get up to and I know we live in a age where content can be shared instantly however you won t be able to enjoy it until it is complete Much like a musician releasing an album the next series is coming together so please bear with me I am currently in the stage of planning the next big trip but tonight I am seeing the New Year in with good friends I hope you all have a fantastic

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  • December | 2014 | Gina Soden Artist
    a really interesting enjoyable and successful one for me I ve had great fun travelling Europe and meeting people and gallery owners at art fairs private openings and competition events I feel particularly proud to have topped Read more Photographing the Desolate December 27 2014 No Comments How I find them I put a lot of time and effort into finding the places that I photograph Months before I go

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