Posts Tagged: art

friday feature: Loretta Lux

I’ve been a fan of photographer Loretta Lux for a while now. Her photographic works encompass lots of my favourite things about good images: people, metaphor and that elusive something ‘else’. They stay with you. You’ll be thinking about the

friday feature: Loretta Lux

I’ve been a fan of photographer Loretta Lux for a while now. Her photographic works encompass lots of my favourite things about good images: people, metaphor and that elusive something ‘else’. They stay with you. You’ll be thinking about the

flash of inspiration: Robert Capa

If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough. Robert Capa

flash of inspiration: Robert Capa

If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough. Robert Capa

what begins with W?

Weird. Wonderful. Wednesday. Hello Weird Wonderful Wednesday photography. Wowography, perhaps? Featured by the renowned F-Stop Magazine, photographer Lauren E. Simonutti creates black and white images packed full of narrative. The photos featured here are from the series 8 rooms, 7

what begins with W?

Weird. Wonderful. Wednesday. Hello Weird Wonderful Wednesday photography. Wowography, perhaps? Featured by the renowned F-Stop Magazine, photographer Lauren E. Simonutti creates black and white images packed full of narrative. The photos featured here are from the series 8 rooms, 7

breath of fresh air: sculpture exhibition

I had the pleasure of attending the biennial Fresh Air 2011 sculpture exhibition currently being held in the garden and grounds of Cotswolds’ Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, UK. With a wide range of modern site-specific sculpture from local, regional and

breath of fresh air: sculpture exhibition

I had the pleasure of attending the biennial Fresh Air 2011 sculpture exhibition currently being held in the garden and grounds of Cotswolds’ Quenington Old Rectory, Gloucestershire, UK. With a wide range of modern site-specific sculpture from local, regional and

of the week #6 Edward Steichen

20th century photographer of the week: Edward Steichen Edward Steichen was one of the greatest practitioners of 20th century photography and is regarded one of the most renowned master photographers of our time. In February 2006, his photograph The Pond—Moonlight (above) sold

of the week #6 Edward Steichen

20th century photographer of the week: Edward Steichen Edward Steichen was one of the greatest practitioners of 20th century photography and is regarded one of the most renowned master photographers of our time. In February 2006, his photograph The Pond—Moonlight (above) sold

art language translated

Artist Statement w/ Subtitles APhotoEditor posted this video a few days ago – not strictly photography but certainly fine art related, this satirical art video helps to correctly translate the complicated and diverse language used by many artists I’ve had

art language translated

Artist Statement w/ Subtitles APhotoEditor posted this video a few days ago – not strictly photography but certainly fine art related, this satirical art video helps to correctly translate the complicated and diverse language used by many artists I’ve had

the trouble with wildlife photography

I’m sorry, I really am. But I just can’t stand wildlife photography. In fact, I find people showing me their backyard shots of red-breasted robins, feeding squirrels and vast skies with small speck (look, an owl!) yawn-inducing and an offensive waste

the trouble with wildlife photography

I’m sorry, I really am. But I just can’t stand wildlife photography. In fact, I find people showing me their backyard shots of red-breasted robins, feeding squirrels and vast skies with small speck (look, an owl!) yawn-inducing and an offensive waste

flash of inspiration: Garry Winogrand

I photograph to see what the world looks like in photographs. Garry Winogrand

flash of inspiration: Garry Winogrand

I photograph to see what the world looks like in photographs. Garry Winogrand

Saturday spotlight: John Szarkowski

I thought for today’s Saturday spotlight I’d focus on an incredible individual that helped build the reputation of fine art photography. He is credited with being one of the most influential visionaries of the 20th century who recognised the importance

Saturday spotlight: John Szarkowski

I thought for today’s Saturday spotlight I’d focus on an incredible individual that helped build the reputation of fine art photography. He is credited with being one of the most influential visionaries of the 20th century who recognised the importance

friday feature: Nenad Saljic

I first came across Nenad Saljic’s work when he won the Gold Award in B&W’s 2011 Singe Image Contest. His image ‘A Church Inside a Church #1, Drvenik Veliki, Coroatia, 2010’ (above) is a stunning image full of symbolism: a

friday feature: Nenad Saljic

I first came across Nenad Saljic’s work when he won the Gold Award in B&W’s 2011 Singe Image Contest. His image ‘A Church Inside a Church #1, Drvenik Veliki, Coroatia, 2010’ (above) is a stunning image full of symbolism: a