Modern photographic reinterpretation
My photographic reinterpretation of classical works of art represents a tribute to famous
painters such as Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Rubens and other admirables.
When remaking a painting, there is the possibility of creatively projecting new concepts,
new information that give new meaning to the scene and make us observe and extract a new discourse.
Each generation attributes new meanings to art and needs to retake the entire historical context to arrive at a coherent reading that understands the past in order to project a new present.
My photographic reinterpretation is then placed in this place of intense projection of ideas.
I used image editing techniques to give a new current meaning to how these paintings would be in today’s world, using only artistic photographic creativity.
Márcia Sousa Retratista
Márcia Sousa is a professional photographer and visual artist for 15 years developing a new vision of modern photographic art.
She conducts research, exhibitions, workshops, workshops and image editing courses focused on artistic digital painting.
Winner of national and international awards with artworks illustrated with surrealist digital techniques.
Graduating in Visual Arts at the University Anhanguera Brasília-DF.