Charlotte Gainsbourg ‘Jardin d’hiver’ Jüergen Teller
SALIO REGIA AMIGO! ISSUE # 6
En este número:
Je suis un autre, Dolls, La muerte del emo core, Timeless soul, Besos de Blister, Party boxing punch, Motocross, Glastonbury, Si queres mira mis soketes, 1905, Disaster, Querida me cogi a los ninios, Absolutamente fabuloso, Maris, Viktor Vauthier, Skate o muerte, Straight Edge, Todo lo solido se desvanece en el aire, Pre, Kim Gordon, Cola de bebe, Sao Paulo, Sin Título nro.19
Fotógrafa: Diana Scheunemann
is alive with sensuality and emotion. She was born in 1975 in Germany and educated in Switzerland. Scheunemann has since spent a decade travelling and capturing the scenes from her life with provocative honesty. Her instinctive desire to pursue photography has taken her across the globe in search of stimulating imagery.
Diana Scheunemann is in demand for advertising and editorial campaigns, as well as celebrity portraits. Her most interesting pieces are the portrayals of her private life, and she retains an unparalleled intimacy with her subjects saying: “My work is very autobiographical.” Building up a rapport and having intimate knowledge of her subjects allows her to explore various possibilities; sometimes tragic, but often uplifting and comic images emerge. Scheunemann’s familiarity with her subjects was established at an early age: “I vividly remember the first picture that I ever took of my mother in the bathroom when I was eight.”
Fotógrafo: Linus Ricard
was born in the small town of Koping, Sweden in 1980. Never
suited for provincial boredom, constantly yearning, he left his Nordic home-
town at 16 to explore the world.
After extensive European travel it was time to settle down. Since fashion
had always been a interest he went to Milan, Italy, and studied to become
a fashion stylist. After two years at Istituto Marangoni in Milan, he felt the
urge for somthing different. This time, he chose photography, and has
been working hard ever since.
Today, fueled by a constant passion for art and creation, Linus documents
the world as he sees it. Short moments of high emotional impact or deep
reflection are what Linus captures. Still, beneath the impulses of his wan-
dering youth, is a thinking man. A man who always places himself, and the
souls he meets, in a larger context. The small individual in the big picture
works as a red line.