Digigraphie® fine art photographer Ida Giroday exhibits 14 new works at the 3rd international biennial of fine art photography in Malaga, Spain
© Ida Giroday Photography at the 3rd international biennial of fine art photography Spain exhibit in September
Online PR News – 04-August-2014 – Crozon, France – Digigraphie® fine art photographer Ida Giroday presents “From one cloud to another” and 13 other new works at the Heritage Municipal Museum during the 3rd international biennial of fine art and documentary photography.
When Ida Giroday was chosen as a finalist for the 2014 Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, she was also invited to exhibit at Malaga´s largest international contemporary photography event.
Her entire submitted portfolio of 14 new works will be shown on a separate wall.
“From the boldness of the Miniatures to the excellent management of light in Shadow Games and the composition in Oniric Dancing, everything makes you an unique artist with an excellent management of subtle colors,” curators of the exhibition said.
The 3rd international biennial of fine art and documentary photography will be held in Malaga, Spain, from September 18th until November 9th 2014.
The works of 164 artists from 25 countries will be showcased in a 8,400 ft space at the modern Heritage Municipal Museum. The opening gala reception will take place on September 18th from 8pm to 10pm (CET).
Discover the world of Ida Giroday on her website and in the gallery Saatchi Art.
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Ida Giroday is a Swedish fine art photographer and a Digigraphie® artist currently residing in Brittany, France.
Ida Giroday expresses her passion:
“Photography allows me to catch a glimpse of eternity. Visual beauty brushes the human soul and in an instant, time and space disappear, placing us in a place of sheer stillness.”
Ida regularly showcases her work around the globe and masters the complete process from shooting to museum-quality Digigraphie® printing. This high-end label of excellence guarantees the art collector both the quality of the printed photography and its limited edition.