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Casting Call - Limited edition of 12 Photograph

Elisa Miller

United Kingdom

Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 30 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Archival photographic C-type print on Fuji Matt Paper 231 gsm. Limited edition of 12 with dimensions of 30 W x 20 H. From the series “Dolly’s Diner” - 2023 - Awarded 3rd prize in fine art at the IPA International Photography Awards 2023 Inspired by a visit to the Amy Winehouse exhibition in London, a series idea took root. In Amy's private journal, a teenage dream of hers surfaced - to own a 1950s-style diner reminiscent of the one in American Graffiti, which she'd have named Dolly's Diner. Meet Irene, a character whose Hollywood journey spins a sadly conventional tale. She came to Hollywood for a fresh start and success but ended up waitressing in a local diner. She soon realized that the journey wasn't lonely. Her past, struggles, and pain are always there. Before she knew it, she was back where she started, stuck in a life she didn't want. This series talks about the Hollywood dream, shedding light on the place where dreams often break. In an industry run by men, it shows the challenges faced by those who dare to dream.

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Photography:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:12

Size:30 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Elisa Miller is an award-winning French photographer based in London, UK, specializing in fine art and storytelling. Her interest in vintage aesthetics has given her a retro universe that became her signature. Playing with lights, colours and elaborated sceneries, she explores the female psyche through her cinematic lens. Her work examines issues of identity, self-perception, the effects of societal pressures on women and the image behind the outward mask. She won numerous awards including "Fine art photographer of the year" at PX3 Prix de la Photography Paris in 2022, "People Photographer of the Year" at the prestigious International Photography Awards in 2021. She has been shortlisted at the British Photography Awards and Aesthetica Art Prize, and was among the finalists for the Lucie Foundation Awards in New York for "Discovery of the year 2021" Her work has been published in magazines in the USA, UK, France and Australia, and shown at collective exhibitions in London, Paris, Budapest and Tawaian.

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