- Lebt (lebte) in Portugal
When we (Ze Diogo & Diamantino Jesus) set up DDiArte in 1999, at that time it was a painting workshop where we brought together the best of both of us for the purposes of creation, painting on canvas. In 2003, after several experiences in the field or digital photography, we discovered the ideal means to express our creativity ? Digital Photography artistically touched up. Within the context historiography of art, the use of photography, and more specifically, touching up photographs, is nothing new. We do however aim to innovate somewhat, in terms of the themes on which our work is based. Regardless of the fact that our main source of inspiration is mythology, up-to-date themes or others that are the simple fruit of our creativity, still remain full of details, of symbols, of images, an attempt to captivate, but mainly, as an attempt to stimulate critical thought in viewers. While some of our work can be seen as satirical in a globalized world, yet still full of differences, other examples can be seen as purely scenic, to be contemplated at will. If some shout out against discrimination, at the same time they pay indelible homage to beauty.
Most Important Awards
-2015- "Trierenberg Super Circuit Photography" - GRAND PRIX Winners, 4 Gold & 1 Silver medals
2015 – 1º Prize Gold Medal in "World Photographic Cup" in Illustrative/Art & Bonze Medal in Commercila . Montpellier, France
2015 - European Professional Photographer of the Year 2015 by European Federation
Golden and Silver Camera in Ilustrative / FineArt category
2014 – 1º Prize Gold Medal in "World Photographic Cup" in Illustrative/Art - USA
2014- 1º Prize Gold Medal in "Al Thani Awards of Photography" General - Doha, Qatar
2013 - Juror Award of Merit - Experimental in "The International Fine Art Photography Competition" - Paris, France
2013 – Honorable Mention in "Fine Art" category and 3 finalists photoi in "Nudes" category -"5th Annual Photography Masters Cup" - New York & London
- Medalha de Honra da Federação Internacional de Arte Fotográfica (FIAP) na "VII Bienal Internacional de Fotografia XLVII Medalla Gaudi" – 2007
Die Bilder werden überwiegend zugeordnet der Kunstrichtung Fotografie.
DDiArte beschäftigte sich vor allem mit folgenden Motiven: Akt.
In den Bildern des Künstlers dominieren die Farben Schwarz, Grau und Braun.