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    In the nineteenth issue's spotlight, we feature an exclusive interview with Anna Tihany, a distinguished fine art photographer hailing from Budapest. Anna's work is a testament to her ability to craft timeless narratives within a single frame, delving deep into the recesses of the human subconscious. Her academic background, with an MA in communication and a degree in staged photography, sets the stage for her artistic prowess. Notably, her series "Berlin bhf" made its debut in a solo exhibition at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center in Budapest and the Balassi Institute in New York City. Anna's portfolio has earned her recognition on the global stage, including the prestigious Lucie Award Scholarship, Photolucida Critical Mass Top 50, LensCulture Emerging Talents, Fine Art Photography Award, and more.

     We extend our heartfelt appreciation to our esteemed artists and art writers who have contributed their remarkable talents to this issue. Special gratitude goes to our dedicated board member, Zoltán Somhegyi (Hungary), whose insightful contributions to the magazine continue to enrich our content. Additionally, we had the privilege of collaborating with renowned international art critics, including Clive Barstow (Australia), Anna Guillot (Italy), Flounder Lee (USA), and Gabriella Uhl (Hungary), whose expertise and perspectives have added depth to our discussions.

     Finally, we would like to express our gratitude to Fabio Gamberini, our editor in the Artificial Intelligence section, for his invaluable contributions to this issue and his ongoing dedication to advancing the intersection of art and technology. He interviewed Dr. Matias del Campo. He is an associate professor of architecture at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan and the director of the AR2IL Laboratory, the Laboratory for Architecture and Artificial Intelligence, which is an interdisciplinary collaboration between architecture, computer science, robotics, and data science.

     We invite you to immerse yourself in the captivating world of contemporary art and explore the transformative potential it holds within the pages of ContemporaryIdentities Issue nineteenth. Thank you for joining us on this artistic journey.

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