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Digital artist
JAQUELINE VANEK

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«My name is Jaqueline Vanek, I was born on August 27, 1984 in Villach, Austria, and I currently reside in Madrid, Spain. I am a Photographer, Visual Artist and Senior Visual UI / UX Designer. My photographic work is mainly focused on fine art with a conceptual selfportrait thematic, photomontage, fetish and landscape photography.»

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«I participated in several international exhibitions, including a participation at the Biennale Fotonoviembre and an exhibition at the Long Night of Museums in Austria «ORF Lange Nacht der Museen». I also participated in international charitable projects such as «Made for Japan» in 2011 where all the profits were donated to the Japanese Red Cross for helping the victims of the earthquake/tsunami; and at the beginning of 2021, I created a non-profit solidarity project/ campaign to raise money and allocate it in an integrated way to a Greenpeace project related to saving the arctic, my project goes under the name «Art For Arctic» and is based on the auction art for a solidarity purpose.

Worth to mention is that I have been awarded an Honorable Mention in the IPA awards, «Annual International Photography Awards» in the category of «Professional Photographer, Portrait and Self-Portrait» and I also had a sponsorship by Datacolor (The World Leader in Color Innovation).»

«THE ANCIENT SAGES»

Wise men of bygone days are still present as ghosts of the past. Ancient sages who should teach and inspire their love and appreciation for every living being, absorbing the energy of nature in symbiosis with their animal spirit. Sometimes these sages are forgotten and other times they are undervalued, remaining only as sources of inspiration and wisdom for a few.

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«LAST LIGHT»

Waking up in a time when darkness had invaded even the most remote corner. An echo from the past resonates between the dawn of the present, bringing with it the sound of destruction and death. But deep in the dark, there will always be one last glimmer of hope.

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