Ritty Tacsum
Ritty Tacsum

Ritty Tacsum Malta

Ritty is an experimental photographer with a keen eye for the beautiful, weird and surreal. Her images tap into memory and context, time and place. Ritty's work has already been the subject of seven solo shows, and has been featured in countless art and design publications. She is exhibited widely in Malta, the USA and England.

Preferred Style
Experimental fashion photographer.

Preferred Camera
The whole lot: Canon, Zenit, Lomography cameras, Polaroid, Kodak Brownie. These photos were shot with Canon EOS 7d ; Lens: 28-135mm and Zenit 3EHNT ; Lens; Helios 44mm.

8 Items

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  1. Fes I
    Fes I
    Ritty Tacsum
    £144.00
  2. Fes II
    Fes II
    Ritty Tacsum
    £144.00
  3. Souvenirs II
    Souvenirs II
    Ritty Tacsum
    £65.00
  4. Tainan Girl II
    Tainan Girl II
    Ritty Tacsum
    £144.00
  5. Tainan Girl I
    Tainan Girl I
    Ritty Tacsum
    £144.00
  6. Tainan Girl III
    Tainan Girl III
    Ritty Tacsum
    £144.00
  7. Fes II (LUMIPRINT)
    Fes II (LUMIPRINT)
    Ritty Tacsum
    £65.00
  8. Fes I (LUMIPRINT)
    Fes I (LUMIPRINT)
    Ritty Tacsum
    £65.00

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Quick Questions

Where do you live?

Best thing about Gzira is that you are five minutes away from the sea and weird things happen day or night. Best thing about Kirkop is that it’s very small and very quiet.

Who are your photographic icons?

Are we allowed people from other artistic mediums? Robert Mapplethorpe for photography. Jeff Koons for his amazing sculptures.

What advice would you give younger photographers?

Remember there is a difference between an artist and a photographer.

Are you artistic in other ways? Can you draw?

I do draw, mainly illustrations. But I never show them to the public. I also experiment with installation art and clay.

What are you excited about?

The four exhibitions I’ve got coming up next year…

What have you learnt?

Love makes people happy not money. Nothing comes easy in life. Good friends are rare to find. And that you have to master your own fears.

What are your favourite things to do on a Sunday?

Roaming around the streets of Malta, lunch with my partner, playing Yahtzee and watching movies … I love my lazy Sundays.

When do you want to retire?

When I’m dead.

What is a good life?

Doing what you love surrounded by people who love you.

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