As part of our ongoing series highlighting exceptional artworks presented by Monochrome Hub Gallery and printed on the pages of famous international magazines, this week we present the two artworks "Normal, Sofia" and "Normal, Sofia-2" by the artist Nikola Borissov. These two photographs are part of the photo session "Shadow of the woman" included on the pages of the iconic Normal Magazine.
Between an art book and a magazine, Normal is a print publication devoted to art photography, focused on the body. Collector's item intended for collectors and enthusiasts, Normal makes its readers discover the intimacy of the greatest contemporary photographers and the talents of emerging young people. Over the years, Normal has acquired a privileged relationship with the most talented artists of tomorrow's photography.
Shadow of a woman, Normal Magazine
Photographer: Nikola Borissov, Models: Silvia & Vitan, Assistents: Antonia Glaskova, Liliana Borissova, Neda Novachkova, Make up & Hair: Slav Atanasov, Style: Dimitrina Ivanova, Location: Nu Boyana Film Studios
About Nikola Borissov
Born in 1980 in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1999 Nikola Borissov moved to Milan, Italy, where he graduated in political science and International Economics. In 2006 he abandoned the world of finance and banking in order to pursue a career in fashion and advertising photography. Nikola is a regular contributor to various international editions of magazines like Numéro, Harper’s Bazaar, L'Officiel, ELLE, Marie Claire, MadameFigaro, Tatler, GQ, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, etc. He has also collaborated with branches in different countries of Ogilvy & Mather, DDB, Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi, etc. Without having a fixed base city Nikola has been living on the road since 2009; currently, he divides his time mostly between Milan, Barcelona and Cape Town and anywhere in between. In his personal work, he keeps alive his initial passion for reportage and street photography.
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