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SHOWING POSTS IN June 2015

25 Jun 2015

In Tune – Variations on an Orchestra by Julia Baier

Julia Baier has collaborated with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen since 2000, accompanying the orchestra on its road to success as it receives rapturous applause on the world’s major stages for its radical new interpretations of classical works. Her stunning photographs of the orchestra - in action, in repose, and everywhere in-between, are currently being exhibited for the first time at the Focke-Museum in Bremen, beginning July 5th until September 13th. Read more...
09 Jun 2015

Still Life by Wim Bosch

For his latest project, Still life, Wim Bosch purchased plastic model houses offered on digital marketplaces. Dating from the '50s and '60s, a period of optimism, growing wealth, rising individualism and new leisure activities such as modeling, the world was literally a kit for the model builder. In the attic or at the kitchen table, he was the master of the universe. Read more...
08 Jun 2015

A selfie a day keeps the doctor away by mike Mellia

Mike Mellia's ongoing Instagram series of self-portraits examine how technology & social media influence self-portraits in photography. The series combines society’s technology-driven vanity with unusual references from advertising, culture, and art. In social media, the prototypical “selfie” usually lies at one of two extremes: either mundane normalcy or unbridled megalomania. Read more...
07 Jun 2015

THE MODERN METROPOLIS BY KAI-UWE GUNDLACH

Urban life in the bustling metropolis of Tokyo takes many and varied forms. From these, Kai-Uwe Gundlach focuses his attention on three aspects, painting and picture of life in a modern city in three chapters. One of them is SHIBUYA. SHIBUYA tells of a place - the city's most famous street intersection - where millions meet every day, anonymous and lonely within the crowd. Read more...
06 Jun 2015

LIFE OF KEN BY HUGH KRETSCHMER

Barbie and Ken are staples of American culture, ingrained from childhood. Hugh Kretschmer provides his own unique take on the phenomenon, with a narrative that shows Ken as he makes his way through his life and fate. Ken is challenged again and again by the reality of his new circumstance, all met with a doll’s stoic stare and slight grin." After his trials and tribulations, Ken ends up where all toys who lose their luster end up, the shelf of a no-name vintage store. Read more...
05 Jun 2015

Young british naturists by Laura Pannack

Laura Pannack delves deep into her subjects’ worlds in her documentary portrait work. She reveals their true selves, naked before the camera. In her project “Young British Naturists,” Pannack tackles this quite literally, capturing young British naturists in their environments. To fully understand her subjects and get the most out of her shots, she entered their world, photographing naked herself. Read more...
05 Jun 2015

LOWER BOTTOM BY CHARLOTTE YONGA

Charlotte Yonga spent time as an artist in residency at the Lobot Gallery in Oakland, California. During this time, she produced this series of photos concerning the Prescott-Oakland Point neighborhood. Known as "Lower Bottom," it has historically been one of Oakland's lower-income areas, but due to it's location and infrastructure improvements, the neighborhood has become a desired ones. Yonga's work asks the part played by portraits inside the photographic documentary form.
04 Jun 2015

Baku by Marcus Bredt

During his visit to Baku, Azerbaijan, to photograph the Crystal Hall for the Euro Vision Song Contest 2012, Marcus Bredt was fascinated by the contrasts of this surreal-like structure within a city that collide there. He was inspired not only by the hall itself, but also its surrounding environment. Nothing seemed to belong to each other but yet everything was, for better or worse, a unit. Versatile and complex, Baku both polarized and fascinated Bredt. Read more...
02 Jun 2015

EXISTE LO QUE TIENE NOMBRE BY MAURICIO ALEJO

Mauricio Alejo was recently invited to participate in Existe lo que tiene nombre: Contemporary Photography in Mexico, an exhibition investing the current state of contemporary photographic practices in Mexico, and the US debut for many of the exhibiting artists. He exhibited two videos there, “Endless Sphere” (2007) and “Fact and Fiction” (2009). Read more...
02 Jun 2015

Wind City Futurism by Christian Stoll

Christian Stoll is a connoisseur of the aerial image, having shot many in his career. They are epic and very well-received, but he always wanted to represent the dynamism, drama, energy, and speed of the helicopter from which he shot the images. Read more...
01 Jun 2015

CO-WIVES BY CHARLOTTE YONGA

In the region of West Cameroon, the Bamiléke country, the customs of the tribal leader continue to this day. Charlotte Yonga has long been interested in this lasting tradition and the respect of the Bamilékés for their chief. The chieftainships functioned like micro sovereign states until 1960, when the state of Cameroon was created. Today, it is not at all unusual to find the Bamilékés turning towards their chief rather than referring to official institutions. Read more...