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Photographer: Alain Delorme, From 'Totems'

But are they real? Alain Delorme’s Totems

French photographer Alain Delorme’s Totems have caught my eye: These photographs, immediately interesting, vibrant and seemingly surreal, display scenes of huge loads being transported in China. Urban areas are referenced not by crowds of people, as we might expect, but crowds of objects -

Photographer: Alain Delorme, From 'Totems'

But are they real? Alain Delorme’s Totems

French photographer Alain Delorme’s Totems have caught my eye: These photographs, immediately interesting, vibrant and seemingly surreal, display scenes of huge loads being transported in China. Urban areas are referenced not by crowds of people, as we might expect, but crowds of objects -

..Liang Yue, 'Morse Code 5' from the series 'Several Dusks'

Feature: Liang Yue

  ‘I yearn to see a shaft of light puncture this suffocating haze – as if such a perforation would be a secret passageway leading to the time outside. No matter what time it is outside, inside it appears to

..Liang Yue, 'Morse Code 5' from the series 'Several Dusks'

Feature: Liang Yue

  ‘I yearn to see a shaft of light puncture this suffocating haze – as if such a perforation would be a secret passageway leading to the time outside. No matter what time it is outside, inside it appears to

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Feature: Antti Laitinen

“Antti Laitinen (born 1975 in Finland) makes photographs, videos and performances, constructs islands and conceptual objects, digs and documents, and rows with icebergs. He is a latter-day reflection of the Elonkorjaajat (Harvesters) artist group of the 1970s. Hardly any technique

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Feature: Antti Laitinen

“Antti Laitinen (born 1975 in Finland) makes photographs, videos and performances, constructs islands and conceptual objects, digs and documents, and rows with icebergs. He is a latter-day reflection of the Elonkorjaajat (Harvesters) artist group of the 1970s. Hardly any technique

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The Many Layers of Idris Khan

What Saatchi Say: Since 1959 Bernd and Hilla Becher have been photographing industrial structures that exemplify modernist engineering, such as gas reservoirs and water towers. Their photographs are often presented in groups of similar design; their repeated images make these

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The Many Layers of Idris Khan

What Saatchi Say: Since 1959 Bernd and Hilla Becher have been photographing industrial structures that exemplify modernist engineering, such as gas reservoirs and water towers. Their photographs are often presented in groups of similar design; their repeated images make these

You Show No Emotion At All

Interview: Yagiz Su

Earlier this year, I featured a series of work titled ‘Any Hopefuly Thoughts Arrive’ by photographer Yagiz Su. Recently I’ve been in touch with Yagiz, and I’m delighted to feature a further selection of work, in addition to an interview

You Show No Emotion At All

Interview: Yagiz Su

Earlier this year, I featured a series of work titled ‘Any Hopefuly Thoughts Arrive’ by photographer Yagiz Su. Recently I’ve been in touch with Yagiz, and I’m delighted to feature a further selection of work, in addition to an interview

Nguyen Duc Tri/Vietnam/Smile/Sony World Photography Awards 2012

Last chance: Sony World Photography Awards 2012

Sony World Photography Awards 2013 – Last call for entries All competitions close 4 January 2013 except Professional categories which close on 9 January 2013 Case studies of winning photographers plus entries from the 2013  awards available for publicationHeathrow Express

Nguyen Duc Tri/Vietnam/Smile/Sony World Photography Awards 2012

Last chance: Sony World Photography Awards 2012

Sony World Photography Awards 2013 – Last call for entries All competitions close 4 January 2013 except Professional categories which close on 9 January 2013 Case studies of winning photographers plus entries from the 2013  awards available for publicationHeathrow Express

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Video: Julian Germain, The Beautiful Horizon

British photographer Julian Germain talks about his work with photography and discusses The Beautiful Horizon, a long-term collaboration between young Brazilians living on the streets of Belo Horizonte exhibited at Fabrica Gallery. Sadly, exhibition-goers have missed the exhibition which has now closed, but those

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Video: Julian Germain, The Beautiful Horizon

British photographer Julian Germain talks about his work with photography and discusses The Beautiful Horizon, a long-term collaboration between young Brazilians living on the streets of Belo Horizonte exhibited at Fabrica Gallery. Sadly, exhibition-goers have missed the exhibition which has now closed, but those

'Dist' Photographer Chris Mear

Chris Mear: Photography for the Preservation of Disintegrating Histories

I was delighted to hear from Photographer Chris Mear last week, and I’d like to share with you his project titled ‘Photography for the Preservation of Disintegrating Histories‘. Mear describes the project extremely eloquently, so I’ll let his words speak

'Dist' Photographer Chris Mear

Chris Mear: Photography for the Preservation of Disintegrating Histories

I was delighted to hear from Photographer Chris Mear last week, and I’d like to share with you his project titled ‘Photography for the Preservation of Disintegrating Histories‘. Mear describes the project extremely eloquently, so I’ll let his words speak

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Jan Tichy @ MoCP Collection

1979:1-2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection                  Oct 12—Dec 23, 2012 “An active archive is like a toolshed, a dormant archive is like an abandoned toolshed.” —Allan Sekula Nearly 11,000 works of art fill the permanent collection of

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Jan Tichy @ MoCP Collection

1979:1-2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection                  Oct 12—Dec 23, 2012 “An active archive is like a toolshed, a dormant archive is like an abandoned toolshed.” —Allan Sekula Nearly 11,000 works of art fill the permanent collection of

Cordula Schäfer Photography

Feature: Cordula Schäfer

Photographer Cordula Schäfer emailed me recently with these images, along with a few words about the series. Beautifully serene, the photographs document the area of a deserted beach seemingly neglected – certainly not a popular spot for locals or visitors.

Cordula Schäfer Photography

Feature: Cordula Schäfer

Photographer Cordula Schäfer emailed me recently with these images, along with a few words about the series. Beautifully serene, the photographs document the area of a deserted beach seemingly neglected – certainly not a popular spot for locals or visitors.