The still life photography genre is used to represent inanimate subjects, most often small groups of objects. Its origins date back to the 17th-century tradition of Netherlandish art. In painting, "Vanitas" is another technical name to describe the still life genre. The word Vanitas is a more appropriate description of the philosophical nature of these deceptively simple images of compositions of objects from everyday life, as conceptual representations of the nature of time. Vanitas mainly refers to the transience of life, which Antonella Bozzini encapsulates in a snapshot that does more than just tell the story of the details to describe the specific mood of that moment in time in the photo. The fixed, immediate and instantaneous image that remains frozen therefore gives tangible proof that time is a collection of moments.
PHOTOGRAPHY&FOOD: ANTONELLA BOZZINI (PART I)
What is food photography all about for you?
“I love it! Partly because I am a gourmet. It is a truly interesting and exciting voyage which has opened up a new world for me: the world of chefs, wine-makers and sommeliers, the kitchens of outstanding restaurants and the great products of Italian gastronomy. A whole world I didn’t even know was there! I was able to find out more about an area I was not familiar with, and that was really exciting for me.”
PHOTOS&FOOD: ANTONELLA BOZZINI (PART III)
How do you use light?
“I use light descriptively, to describe what I am photographing. But I also attempt to call up emotions with light, for light can call up different emotions in the viewer depending on how it is used.”
Shakerate gli smartphone con la App Bargiornale Cocktail Pro
di Andrea Mongilardi
12 Luglio 2018
Planet One per il supporto ad Antonella Bozzini nell'impresa titanica di fotografare gran parte dei drink pubblicati.
I maestri della Food Photography – intervista ad Antonella Bozzini #6
di Claudia Annie
20 Marzo 2014
fa della semplicità il suo stile. Nel suo credo non esistono tanti artifizi per realizzare una buona immagine. Serve solo un’idea forte e ben strutturata, accompagnata dalla luce giusta e dalla giusta prospettiva. Un dei suoi motti è “Meno metti e più viene bene”.
INTERVISTA AD ANTONELLA BOZZINI
Ho frequento lo IED a milano dove ho conosciuto persone stupende che mi hanno aperto ad un mondo nuovo fatto di arte, di notizie, di emozioni, di ricerca e di fotografia.
fotografo adv, architettura, interni, milano