Monthly Archives: May 2009 - Page 1 of 2
Paul Turounet documentary Polaroids of immigrants trying to cross the Mexican Border.
Miyuki Okuyama mysterious landscapes entirely staged at home
Panoramic staged photography and self-portraits by Aaron Hobson.
Yiorgos Kordakis Polaroid global exploration of how people spend their summer and their relationship with water.
Maleonn describes how childhood souvenirs of the local postman and Cheval's Ideal Palace influence his work.
© Tim Carpenter Tim Carpenter sent me a long, comprehensive and excellent article which explains in detail the theoretical and practical motivations that underlie his vision of photography and his last project: a most serene republic. Among other things, Tim Carpenter discusses in particular the idea of “Beauty” and “apparent ease of execution” derived from [...]
© Yumiko Kinoshita Yumiko Kinoshita is a Japanese photographer whose delicate images make me immediately think of brightness and lightness. In the following essay she speaks about the importance of travel in her life and her photographic work. In addition to the description of a photographic session in Ireland, Yumiko Kinoshita writes some ideas about [...]
© Fabiano Busdraghi The mannequins are not the reality of our society, but only a reflection of its surface. Fashion, how to dress, image care, are all superficial aspects of Western consumer society, but still reflect its essence. The mannequins are a reflection of this reflection. The street is the surface of the city, a [...]
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