Enrico Natali and other people.
Enrico Natali was born in 1933 in Utica, New York. That’s basically what you need to know.
In 1951 he developed an interest in photography while a cadet at the United States Coast Guard Academy. He left the academy in 1954 and shortly thereafter went to work for New York illustrator/photographer Anton Bruehl.
From the 1960’s on he lived and photographed in various parts of the country, including New Orleans, Chicago and Detroit. Street Photography, people working, all people. And as usual we leave landscapes for any other. We like humans more.
And we brought some humans abducted by Enrico. The witty.
some other essays that made 2HeadS even better:
Un Soir Place de la Bastille;
The Underground New York Public Library;
Jorge Molder: The King, The Captain, The Soldier and the Thief;
Genesis, by Sebastiao Salgado;
The Neighbours of Blazej Marczak;
An Interview With The Incredible Photographer Gonzalo Benard for MutantSpace;
Alchemy, by Sarah Moon;
Katharine Cooper’s White Africans;
Martin, his sister and her camera;
The Roma Project, by Kieran Kesner.
but 2HeadS did much more… we gave tips and lectures on photography too. And we will keep doing so. 2HeadS is about the humans behind and in front of the cameras. Check this: On art-photography, gear is secondary and you’ll find many tips and lectures that youwouldn’t find anywhere else.
For any other contact about 2HeadS or my Photographic Work, from Art Galleries, Curators, Art Collectors, etc, please use the GBénard/2HeadS email. Thank you.
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