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The Good Old Days: Jason Landis

Photographs can be poignant, evasive, evocative, significant – indeed, the meaning of photography stretches as far as our minds can see. Photography can also be used not just to illustrate ideas but to document our lives, immortalising moments we deem

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The Good Old Days: Jason Landis

Photographs can be poignant, evasive, evocative, significant – indeed, the meaning of photography stretches as far as our minds can see. Photography can also be used not just to illustrate ideas but to document our lives, immortalising moments we deem

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After the New Man: Dana Popa

In After the New Man, Dana Popa revisits her homeland, Romania, and the generation who were born just before or after the fall of the communist regime. This body of work is an intimate portrayal of youth and the fleeting

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After the New Man: Dana Popa

In After the New Man, Dana Popa revisits her homeland, Romania, and the generation who were born just before or after the fall of the communist regime. This body of work is an intimate portrayal of youth and the fleeting

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“I put the camera right into the picture.” Mark Cohen

Featuring photographer Mark Cohen, American street photographer:

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“I put the camera right into the picture.” Mark Cohen

Featuring photographer Mark Cohen, American street photographer:

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Life is Life, Hakuna Matata: Chris Mear

I was delighted to hear from previously featured photographer Chris Mear, and hear about his new publication ‘Life is Life, Hakuna Matata’: ‘Life is Life, Hakuna Matata’ is a limited edition book of photographs dedicated to the people of Sekei,

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Life is Life, Hakuna Matata: Chris Mear

I was delighted to hear from previously featured photographer Chris Mear, and hear about his new publication ‘Life is Life, Hakuna Matata’: ‘Life is Life, Hakuna Matata’ is a limited edition book of photographs dedicated to the people of Sekei,

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Who won the Hasselblad Award 2013?

Announced today, the winner of the Hasselblad Award 2013 is Joan Fontcuberta. Awarded to a photographer ‘recognised for major achievements’,  Joan Fontcuberta joins a host of renowned names and is now part of  an elite family of Hasselblad award winners, such

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Who won the Hasselblad Award 2013?

Announced today, the winner of the Hasselblad Award 2013 is Joan Fontcuberta. Awarded to a photographer ‘recognised for major achievements’,  Joan Fontcuberta joins a host of renowned names and is now part of  an elite family of Hasselblad award winners, such

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It’s A Small World But Not If You Have To Clean It: Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger’s works feature juxtapositions of images and texts that address cultural constructions of power, identity, and sexuality. Since 1980, the artist’s work has developed a highly recognizable oeuvre of black, white, and red photo-text montages. Her large-scale photographic silkscreen

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It’s A Small World But Not If You Have To Clean It: Barbara Kruger

Barbara Kruger’s works feature juxtapositions of images and texts that address cultural constructions of power, identity, and sexuality. Since 1980, the artist’s work has developed a highly recognizable oeuvre of black, white, and red photo-text montages. Her large-scale photographic silkscreen

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Faith: Jackie Nickerson

From The Faith Cycle by Jackie Nickerson By Walter Guadagnini, FMR magazine, issue 28, 2008: ”The more complex and problematical the definition of individual and group identity becomes in contemporary society, the more closely photography seems to focus upon the

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Faith: Jackie Nickerson

From The Faith Cycle by Jackie Nickerson By Walter Guadagnini, FMR magazine, issue 28, 2008: ”The more complex and problematical the definition of individual and group identity becomes in contemporary society, the more closely photography seems to focus upon the

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Vector Portraits: Andrew Bush

    Begun in 1989, Andrew Bush’s series Vector Portraits was taken while the artist drove the city streets and freeways of Los Angeles.  Either stopped in traffic or traveling at speeds of 20 to 70 miles per hour, the

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Vector Portraits: Andrew Bush

    Begun in 1989, Andrew Bush’s series Vector Portraits was taken while the artist drove the city streets and freeways of Los Angeles.  Either stopped in traffic or traveling at speeds of 20 to 70 miles per hour, the

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Postcards from Purgatory: Hally Prancer

Postcards from Purgatory ”It’s what’s between the lines, those things on the periphery and yet, head on. It’s what’s left unsaid that I remember the most. It’s the waiting for something to happen or just waiting for something that never

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Postcards from Purgatory: Hally Prancer

Postcards from Purgatory ”It’s what’s between the lines, those things on the periphery and yet, head on. It’s what’s left unsaid that I remember the most. It’s the waiting for something to happen or just waiting for something that never