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Weegee: Naked City – 1940s New York

Weegee (1900-1968), born Arthur Fellig, is credited with ushering in the age of tabloid culture and revered for elevating the sordid side of human life to the level of high art. For Naked City, his first collection, Weegee cruised the

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Weegee: Naked City – 1940s New York

Weegee (1900-1968), born Arthur Fellig, is credited with ushering in the age of tabloid culture and revered for elevating the sordid side of human life to the level of high art. For Naked City, his first collection, Weegee cruised the

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Miti Ruangkrtya: Imagining Flood

Photographer Miti Ruangkrtya got in touch with me a little while ago about ‘Imagining Flood‘ and I’m delighted to share selected photos from the collection here. Graduated from University of Westminster, MA in Photojournalism. Recently a ‘Selected Winners’ for Magenta Flash

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Miti Ruangkrtya: Imagining Flood

Photographer Miti Ruangkrtya got in touch with me a little while ago about ‘Imagining Flood‘ and I’m delighted to share selected photos from the collection here. Graduated from University of Westminster, MA in Photojournalism. Recently a ‘Selected Winners’ for Magenta Flash

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Nikolai Ishchuk: BJP’s International Photography Award

Congratulations to E.39 featured photographer Nikolai Ishchuk who was recently announced the winner of the ‘single image’ for BJP’s International Photography Award. Photographer Alvaro Deprit was the winner of the BJP’s ‘Series’ category: ”with his sensitive document of submitting a story

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Nikolai Ishchuk: BJP’s International Photography Award

Congratulations to E.39 featured photographer Nikolai Ishchuk who was recently announced the winner of the ‘single image’ for BJP’s International Photography Award. Photographer Alvaro Deprit was the winner of the BJP’s ‘Series’ category: ”with his sensitive document of submitting a story

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Bill Henson: Blackness & Darkness

  Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1955, Bill Henson’s photographs have been seen in major international exhibitions and survey shows over the past 25 years. Venues include the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris,

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Bill Henson: Blackness & Darkness

  Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1955, Bill Henson’s photographs have been seen in major international exhibitions and survey shows over the past 25 years. Venues include the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris,

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Jill Mathis: Dreaming of Ingmar Bergman

Last week I was delighted to hear from photographer Jill Mathis. Jill Mathis s a photographer who works in the rhelm of semantic combination; specifically, text and image. A sophisticated fusion blending these two modes of information to create a

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Jill Mathis: Dreaming of Ingmar Bergman

Last week I was delighted to hear from photographer Jill Mathis. Jill Mathis s a photographer who works in the rhelm of semantic combination; specifically, text and image. A sophisticated fusion blending these two modes of information to create a

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Andrew Kalash: Postcards

Russian concept photographer Andrew Kalash has created a new photographic collection that combines image with text – specifically, quotation with portrait-format images. A somewhat bravely overt combination of text with image doesn’t always work well  – but Kalash balances this

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Andrew Kalash: Postcards

Russian concept photographer Andrew Kalash has created a new photographic collection that combines image with text – specifically, quotation with portrait-format images. A somewhat bravely overt combination of text with image doesn’t always work well  – but Kalash balances this

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EYEBOOK: Sixty Artists. One Subject. Jenny Lynn

Eighteen39 featured photographer Jenny Lynn recently got in touch to share her latest project: EYEBOOK: Sixty Artists. One Subject. ”EyeBook: Sixty Artists. One Subject. A fascinating collection of remarkable works about the eye in art by historic and contemporary artists

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EYEBOOK: Sixty Artists. One Subject. Jenny Lynn

Eighteen39 featured photographer Jenny Lynn recently got in touch to share her latest project: EYEBOOK: Sixty Artists. One Subject. ”EyeBook: Sixty Artists. One Subject. A fascinating collection of remarkable works about the eye in art by historic and contemporary artists

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David Bailey’s Papua Polaroids

“In ’74 I photographed the cannibals in New Guinea. They treated me OK but they didn’t make you feel relaxed… I managed to escape unscathed though, I’m pretty good at that.” Opening: 4 Oct 2012 6 – 8 pm Exhibition:

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David Bailey’s Papua Polaroids

“In ’74 I photographed the cannibals in New Guinea. They treated me OK but they didn’t make you feel relaxed… I managed to escape unscathed though, I’m pretty good at that.” Opening: 4 Oct 2012 6 – 8 pm Exhibition:

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Houses of Fiction: Julia Callon

Very recently I received an email from photographer Julia Callon, who supplied a link to her portfolio of work. I was blown away by Houses of Fiction, a collection of images housing a rich context of narrative. Carefully constructed scenes

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Houses of Fiction: Julia Callon

Very recently I received an email from photographer Julia Callon, who supplied a link to her portfolio of work. I was blown away by Houses of Fiction, a collection of images housing a rich context of narrative. Carefully constructed scenes

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The Gaze: Ellen von Unwerth

Regular readers will realise I rarely (unintended alliteration, there) publish solely fashion/commercial photography. While I believe there are no six-foot high boundaries between the realms of fine art photography, fashion and commercial stuff, everything crosses over, of course; yet I

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The Gaze: Ellen von Unwerth

Regular readers will realise I rarely (unintended alliteration, there) publish solely fashion/commercial photography. While I believe there are no six-foot high boundaries between the realms of fine art photography, fashion and commercial stuff, everything crosses over, of course; yet I