Slovakian born photographer Mária Švarbová stuns us with her extremely creative and colorful portfolio. Having studies archeology herself she has dedicated to photography ever since 2010. She says that her latest works resemble a dream like reality, with elements of surrealism and art nouveau. More than that, there is an enduring feeling about delivering a message and triggering feelings with great minimalism and purity.
She is definitely a distinctive photographer and her portfolio serves well for us to understand the fact. Take a look for yourself and stay inspired.
About Mária Švarbová
Mária Švarbová was born in 1988 in Slovakia. She finished her university studies of conservation – restoration and archeology. She has dedicated to photography since 2010.
Earlier works of young and talented author, publishing under name Maria Svarbova are resembling a dream like reality with elements of surrealism and Art Nouveau. Her latest photographs focus on delivering a message and triggering feelings with focus on minimalism and purity.
She is a very distinctive photographer, who can present a vast porfolio of high quality. Maria has also won various prestigious awards and participated in valuable collaborations such as signing off contract with American Vogue. Her photos were also used as covers for multiple bestselling books of world-class authors. One of her works was selected to be a cover photo of prestigious photography magazine DODHO.
One of here latest successes is that one of her works was used as cover photo for Czech photography magazine FotoVideo. She also won gold medal of excellence in the biggest photography saloon (TRIERENBERG SUPER CIRCUIT) that tooks place in Austria. Maria will be having an exhibition in Paris in the Sakura gallery, which will be representing her in the entire France and she will be in others 80 galleries around the world (YellowKorner).
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