This small town symbolized the archetype of pastoral American life. Yet this idyllic place was also held hostage by a dark past, manifesting in the racial tensions that scar much of American history.
Guen Fiore (b. 1988) is an award-winning photographer, specialized in creative and portrait photography. The research she pursues finds its centrality in the representation of the human figure. Not only can that be perceived in her personal projects, it also emerges from her professional works, especially in the fashion field, where her focus on the inner nature of the person is a true statement.
Every subject is not merely captured, but rather revisited and transported into a story. The resulting tale is made of subtle gestures, gazes, non-verbal elements that reach out and touch the observer’s feelings and emotions.
A vivid syncretism with filmmaking combined with story-telling, which empowers Guen’s photography with great communicative potential and visual impact.
Honors and Awards include LensCulture Portrait Awards & Emerging Talent Awards, Editors’ Pick, 2018/2017; Px3 Prix De La Photographie Paris 1st Place, 2017; Lucies International Photography Awards 3rd Place, 2016 & Homorable Mention, 2015 & 2014; Moscow Photo Awards Honorable Mention 2x, 2016; Lucies One Shot Honorable Mention, 2015; Life Framer Competition Shortlisted in the top 20 Images, 2015; LensCulture Exposure Awards Editors’ Pick, 2014.
Exhibitions have included Phifest: Travelling Without Moving Base, Milan, 2017; Mopla Group Show / Lucie Foundation Space 15th Twenty, Los Angeles, 2017; Tableaux Vivants Vineria al 10 Arezzo, Italy, 2017; Brn Into / Brownie Photo, Art District M50, Putuo Qu Shanghai, 2016; Modern Beauties. Time Out, Yellow Korner’s Stores, 2016; Fotografia X Bene, Studio Senape, Cesena, Italy, 2016; May Photography, Galleria 33, Arezzo, Italy, 2014.