ANJA DIABATÉ - VISION
Lens Magazine|June 2021
My series Vision stands for the development of our being.

The desire for complete freedom in love and respect. I favor us constantly reinventing ourselves and acting out this, multi-faceted, colorful, and self-determined. Art is free and makes the invisible visible, the total fulfillment.

My photographic version stands for the freedom of art. It marks my work. Through this, fantasies arise, which are spread out and become part of the story. Art is free. This also means that I don't block myself, to give me full freedom to express myself through my art. I love what I am doing, and it gives me a lot of satisfaction.

Feelings are the key to my photography work. No matter which feeling, if one is involved, the picture turns to life. It touches, and probably it makes the viewers think about it. The face is so full of facets, body language, expression of a silent language, and they both have massive power and an effect of expressing deepest feelings.

The possibility of telling stories, presenting topics that concern me, and highlighting them is significant. To put all this in series and in an artistic framework is the pinnacle of creation for me.

Anja Diabaté is an artist based in Hamburg, Germany. She uses Fine Art Photography to transform her concepts and ideas into unique artworks. Her strength and power are the transformations of her ideas and creativity into extremely expressive and soulful photos. Each of her photographs tells a unique story. Her aim is always to inspire the viewer to get into depth and reflection.

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