Sometimes there is a bit of magic in approaching photography as an art form. Eva-Fiore Kovacovsky is an Swiss artist/photographer living in the Netherlands, whose website is as wonderful and unique as her work.
” Eva-Fiore’s photographic work is playful and often stresses the boundaries of the medium. Using everyday situations and observations Kovacovsky creates a naïve and disarming universe. Still her work displays a well thought out artistic vision and thus avoids the trap of being regarded as merely ‘fooling around’. This is also visible on her website, which is a good example of a creative and refreshing approach for presenting work over the internet and complements her own imagery in a very convincing way.”
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