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SHOWING POSTS IN September 2015

30 Sep 2015

THE WALKS BY LAURA PANNACK

For Laura Pannack, walks with her camera are when she learns the most. She says, “True discipline for me is learning to decide when to experience and when to capture.” On her walks, her mind quiets, she listens and engages, explores and discovers. All things that inspire Pannack and help with her other projects, personal and commercial. The images from her walks are spontaneous, personal and intriguing, all characteristics of her overall oeuvre.
30 Sep 2015

DIANAS EXHIBITION BY FRIEKE JANSSENS

Frieke Janssens is opening an exhibition for her series DIANAS in Antwerp on October 8th. Frieke’s images will be presented in large scale, perfect for her subject matter. More information can be found here. The exhibition will be on view until November 14th.
29 Sep 2015

LOS ANGELES EXHIBITION OPENING BY HUGH KRETSCHMER

Mark your calendars: Hugh Kretschmer is opening an exhibition at Fathom Gallery, Los Angeles, on October 10, 2015, at 7:00 PM. The retrospective will feature photographs from the inception of his career, all the way through to last summer, accompanied by concept sketches and working Polaroids revealing Kretschmer's creative process, and will include a dappling of props and constructions from a few of his most recent shoots. Read more...
24 Sep 2015

Who says I'm old? by Maarten de Groot

Maarten De Groot revisits the theme of youth in old age in his latest work. His portraits are full of energy, vitality, and humor, breaking stereotypes of his older subjects.
23 Sep 2015

PLATNUM WELCOMES LUCIO ARU & FRANCO ERRE

Lucio Aru and Franco Erre are a photography duo hailing from Sardinia, Italy. From disparate fields, they came together after school and now create innovative fashion images, with a strong sense of texture and evocative of their backgrounds. Aru from art and philosophy, Erre from the fashion world. Their collaboration is now based out of Berlin, Germany, a vibrant city perfect for their constant exploration for new experiences and work.
22 Sep 2015

TUSCAN TOWERS BY JAN SCHÜNKE

Jan Schünke captures the vibrancy and sun of Tuscany in a recent series. From architecture to people to landscapes, Jan puts his eye to good use.
21 Sep 2015

Blow up (Inspired by) by Jo Magrean

Jo Magrean’s latest work is an homage to Michelangelo Antonioni's classic film Blow Up. Everyone always has their own interpretation of events, and Magrean's series - foreboding, and atmospheric - is an essay on what a photographer believes themselves to have seen, without necessarily knowing the context - who plays what role and what actually happens. Throughout history, images have been interpreted by photographer and viewer via their own personal lenses. Read more...
21 Sep 2015

TAYLOR WESSING PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAIT PRIZE BY ADRIAN SAMSON

Two photographs from Adrian Samson’s series on young artists were selected for the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London. Samson's work was chosen as one of a select few out of 2,201 entrants. The exhibition will be held at the National Portrait Gallery from 12 November 2015 - 21 February 2016, after which time it will go on tour to Stoke Potteries and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
15 Sep 2015

Spring by Thirza Schaap

Thirza Schaap’s meditative series on spring shows the freshness of the season, full of anticipation for the warmth and for longer days.
15 Sep 2015

IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME…WON’T THEY? BY OFER WOLBERGER

Ofer Wolberger was commissioned by The New York Times to illustrate their story on the University of Cincinnati and its investment in architecture. Wolberger has photographed buildings around the world, creating striking images, both interior and exterior, and brought his keen eye to Cincinnati, resulting in these clean, eye-catching images.
14 Sep 2015

BACK TO SCHOOL BY THIRZA SCHAAP

While known for her touching images of children and childhood, Thirza Schaap is not limited to young subjects. This series, incorporating adults into her world, but retaining Schaap’s signature warmth and excitement, is testament to that.
10 Sep 2015

Purpur Braun Grau Weiß Schwarz by Daniel Schumann

The coordinates of the human have become a central topic of Daniel Schumann's photography ever since his civil service in a hospice. In his book ‘Purpur Braun Grau Weiß Schwarz’, people who are dying and their dealings with illness and death are the subject. For one year, Schumann accompanied, through his photographs, people who have lived and died in hospice. Read more...
10 Sep 2015

HORIZON BY THIRZA SCHAAP

The horizon is a synonym for the future, and in Thirza Schaap’s latest series, the viewer watches along with her young talent, gazing at what is to come. Seen from behind, the interest is not in the children themselves. Instead, different details are used to interpret the image - location, subject of their gaze, possible futures. The repeating rhythm of the series is essential, underlining the similarities as well as the differences between people. Read more...
10 Sep 2015

CATCH THE UNSEEN BY PETRUS OLSSON

Challenging people to document the most unexplored places in Sweden, Petrus Olsson crafted motion and still images in the beautiful landscapes of northern Sweden. Olsson used local, real talent, and utilized all of his skills - working with people, cars, and landscapes. Combined, the results are arresting, and an inspiration to venture widely.
10 Sep 2015

OLAFUR ELIASSON BY OLAF BLECKER

Olaf Blecker shot one of his favorite artists, Olafur Eliasson, at Eliasson’s studio in Berlin, to illustrate an article on his “Little Sun Project,” which brings solar powered LEDs to people without reliable electricity during night time. Blecker came away from the shoot with a great image as well as greater respect for what his subject has accomplished. Perhaps the future might bring more collaboration between the two Berlin-based artists…
04 Sep 2015

Contemporary Baroque by Reinhard Hunger

Reinhard Hunger is known for his elaborate tabletop still life shots, and he showcases this skill well in his latest work. His two images present an abundance of goods arranged much as one might a Dutch still life, and as only Hunger can - atmospheric, full of depth and texture, and with style.
02 Sep 2015

Elisabeth und Wilhelm by Daniel Schumann

Inspired by the passing of his grandmother while across the globe, Schumann connected with his grandfather, and the resultant images examine his grandparents, both through new images of his as well as salvaged photographs taken by his grandfather. Emotional and tinged with nostalgia, Schumann’s series is personal and arresting. Read more...