MARNIE HADDAD - 'The Estate - untitled #2'
'The Estate - untitled #2' – Edition of 5
- 73.38 x 49.07 cm
- Archival inkjet pigment print
- Ready to frame
NOTE: If you would like the mounted version on 5mm gator board (as displayed in the Agender exhibition) please email us at email@example.com to enquire separately. The mounted version must be picked up in person locally in Sydney from Sun Studios (42 Maddox St, Alexandria).
About the artwork
'The Estate' untitled #2 and 'The Estate' untitled #5 are a glimpse into my love of cinema and the fantasy it brings. Childhood memories and a kind of timeless travel that echoes our dreams, past and cinematic visions that unite us all.
About the artist
I love people, light, colour and composition but my gift of drawing and painting was compromised when I learned of physics and the colour wheel. My love of photography was ignited! I learned the discipline and the definitive, uncompromising technical tool of the camera. My life and my art changed.
Marnie Haddad is a leading fashion portrait photographer with a degree from UCLA, Los Angeles, in Graphic Design and Visual Communications, and a Diploma of Illustrative Photography from Photography Studies College, Melbourne.
With over fifteen years professional experience, she has been published in magazines including Rolling Stone, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire; has photographed and directed campaigns for Jayson Brunston, Sanpellegrino, Acqua Panna, Jeans West and Bloom Cosmetics. Celebrity clients include The Olsen Twins, Hugh Sheridan, Rebecca Judd, Kate Ceberano, Kristy Hinze and Rose Byrne.
Fine Art Projects: As a natural progression from fashion photography, Marnie’s fine art projects are elaborate and cinematic. She takes reference from a renaissance palette yet her images remain truly contemporary.
Marnie’s imagery appears warm and film-like, conquering the marriage of subject and set. Her success lies in her ability to explore the emotional power of the subject within a staged environment.
IWD 2019 is about #balanceforbetter. What does this mean to you as a female photographer?
It means a lot. To have a female perspective is a gift, to judge or take that away is something that cannot be explained and nor should we judge. If we give power to prejudice it gives it life, we have all been touched by it but love is the only way to forgive.
What does this mean to you as a human?
Humanity unites us all - genderless.