D-CLIQ Photography

D-CLIQ Photography

D-CLIQ Photography was founded in September 08, 2010.

Including two photographers, namely Andriamparany Ranaivozanany and Viviane Haingoniony Rakotoarivony.

The two photographers join together to create a new vision of photography. Seeking innovation, without surrendering the basic rules of photography, D-CliQ aims to spread the values of photography in Madagascar. > Readmore

Andriamparany Ranaivozanany :
Born in November 20, 1986.

Subsequent to studies in Sociology (2005-7) and in English (2007-9), he had training in social aids which launched him in a three-month trip in the southern area of Madagascar where his passion for biodiversity and for Malagasy traditional customs took over him. Beside his wish to share the vista of the daily lives and the local customs that he had taken during this trip, he is also exploiting his passion for photography as a means of communication.

Working as a photographer for a local magazine, he is also a designer and a graphics artist. He snaps everything everywhere. His snapshots are mainly commonplace images full of poetical feelings of blank and melancholia.

With drawing techniques, he makes experiments on lights and lighting techniques. He uses unsophisticated and practical materials and lenses, generating a simplistic but artistic style tending towards pure photography. Of a reserved and quiet temperament, in profound respect for and interest in what surrounds him, Andriamparany Ranaivozanany uses photography as a means of expression.

Viviane Haingoniony Rakotoarivony :
Born in December 22, 1984.

A great lover of art.A scribbling maniac since childhood. She had had training in drawing and painting from 2001 to 2003. She had studied Architecture at the EMAP for two years (2003-5). Viviane Haingoniony Rakotoarivony began the practice of photography in 2003. In her opinion, a picture represents the look which makes the difference between one’s view and another’s; it may also be a message to deliver. For her, “photography is a visual poem.”

Jeunesse / Tano ora

  • Dates Du 10 au 30 mars 2011

 

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