Corbucci was the second most well known director of Italian westerns following Sergio Leone. He is most famous for the ultra violent Django (1966) which was so popular in Europe it spawned dozens of unoficial sequels. Other Corbucci westerns of note include Minnesota Clay, The Hellbenders, Companeros
He worked as a war photographer between 1961 and 1964 during the Vietnam war. In 1967, he decided to work as a freelance photographer and became City Walls Inc. official photographer. Later, he attended Cooper Union in New York where he studied sculpture and became Bachelor of Arts in 1974. After the
Igor Josifov is a Macedonian performance artist who attended the School of Applied Arts in Skopje, Macedonia and started his secondary education and career in San Francisco, California. In his performances, the body is a medium that translates his personal and cultural experience into a broader conte
Sally Mann is an American photographer living and working in the South of the US. Much of her photography is leashed to her family's land in Virginia, though her bodies of work are explorations throughout the South.
Mann has explored topics ranging from youth, landscape, death, decay, and geography.