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Edgar Angelone is a fine art photographer who was born and raised in Argentina. Trained in the medical sciences and psychology, he has been involved in the arts since he was a child. First, as a musician and now as a fine art photographer, he finds art as a unique expression of his experience as a human being.
Angelone’s informal education in photography followed the path well-known by many photographers of his generation: Kodak manuals, the Ansel Adams series, local photo clubs and trial exhibitions in coffee shops and restaurants.
He has steadfastly pursued his own photography vision and has acquired a reputation for his exquisite platinum prints, as well as gelatin-silver, traditional black-and-white work. With their complex appearance and rich tonality, Angelone’s photographs evoke emotions through feelings and impressions.
Angelone has won numerous prestigious black-and-white international competitions, has been published in photography magazines, and his work has been shown in galleries throughout the United States, Europe, South East Asia, and South Africa. Some of his photographs reside in the collections of the Marin County Civic Center, The Nature Conservancy, The Wilderness Society, and Santa Clara Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, in addition to private collections.
Recently, Angelone released Beyond Darkness and Light, a beautiful monograph, with black-and-white images, toned and very compelling. For additional information on this book, click here. To read the Red Dog News review, here.
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