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SHOWING POSTS IN March 2016

24 Mar 2016

Romani Design My Identity My Freedom

Fashion can be more than just be beautiful. The work of Fabienne Karmann centers around this idea. Her pictures show how fashion opens up a space to communicate and express identity. The concept of using fashion as a medium of cultural enlightenment and a symbol against stereotypes has influenced her photographic work since the beginning. In her latest work, "Romani Design My Identity My Freedom,“ Karmann offers an insight into apartments of Roma living in Budapest. Read more...
16 Mar 2016

NOMA BY AORTA

Noma is an award-winning Danish restaurant that has been named the best restaurant in the world many times over. Its food is an art form in itself, and WIRED commissioned AORTA to create still lifes based on Noma’s menu, for a fresh, intriguing take on the food. Inspired by the food, AORTA built small, surreal worlds that present a unique take on the already unique menu. Read more...
09 Mar 2016

THINK PLASTIC BY MAURICIO ALEJO

Mauricio Alejo is drawn to the evanescent, trivial nature of plastic, whether plastic bags or utensils - the small amount of material that they comprise, the almost inaudible crackling sound the bags make, and more. His series of images here are an attempt to communicate and share the experience Alejo has with plastic, and, as in much of his work, creates beauty and sculpture from normal, easily overlooked objects we encounter in our daily lives.
08 Mar 2016

BOMB DISPOSAL BY RICHARD ANSETT

Richard Ansett excels at capturing true emotions and depicting marginalized populations with care and sensitivity. In his latest work, he focuses on a bomb disposal unit for the British Army, recently returned from Afghanistan and Iraq. While not visible, they each have their own scars from their work, and for them, this is normalized. Read more...
01 Mar 2016

Brumlebys Faces By Ken Hermann

Ken Hermann examines the people and faces of Brumleby, an enclave of Copenhagen. Originally built in 1853 by the Danish Medical Association out of a desire to create healthy, cholera-free homes for the working class, today the area still retains a unique identity, a city within a city, full of history and tradition. Hermann’s portraits capture its inhabitants and show the diversity of the community with stark, authentic photography.
01 Mar 2016

YOUTH BY FRANCESCO BITTICHESU

“Youth is not a time of life. It is a state of mind, an effect of the will, a quality of the image, an emotional intensity.” Francesco Bittichesu’s images are full of the vigor and lightness, but also the humility of youth. Taken in Maui, the work is striking and intriguing, characteristic of Bittichesu’s oeuvre.