Posts Tagged: fine art photography

Shelbie Dimond Photography

Instants: Shelbie Dimond

American photographer Shelbie Dimond has recently caught my attention; her images are often self-portraits, sometimes surreal and always beautiful.To view more of her work, visit her Flickr stream here.  

Shelbie Dimond Photography

Instants: Shelbie Dimond

American photographer Shelbie Dimond has recently caught my attention; her images are often self-portraits, sometimes surreal and always beautiful.To view more of her work, visit her Flickr stream here.  

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The Telegraph talks David Bailey

As the David Bailey’s East End exhibition opens, the photographer tells John O’ Ceallaigh about working with cannibals, Victoria Beckham and how ‘swinging sixties’ London was like a war zone. “I tried New York, Paris, LA, even put my toes

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The Telegraph talks David Bailey

As the David Bailey’s East End exhibition opens, the photographer tells John O’ Ceallaigh about working with cannibals, Victoria Beckham and how ‘swinging sixties’ London was like a war zone. “I tried New York, Paris, LA, even put my toes

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An Interview: Under Gods by Liz Hingley

‘’Be open to what you’re going to find and see.’’ Under Gods by Liz Hingley from Christian André Strand on Vimeo. The daughter of two priests, photographer Liz Hingley grew up in Birmingham, England. The only white girl in her

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An Interview: Under Gods by Liz Hingley

‘’Be open to what you’re going to find and see.’’ Under Gods by Liz Hingley from Christian André Strand on Vimeo. The daughter of two priests, photographer Liz Hingley grew up in Birmingham, England. The only white girl in her

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Exhibiton Watch: The London Open

This exhibition showcases the most dynamic work being made in London in 2012 at The Whitechapel Gallery. Take a journey through a selection of the latest art trends and see potential stars of the future amongst 35 artists chosen by

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Exhibiton Watch: The London Open

This exhibition showcases the most dynamic work being made in London in 2012 at The Whitechapel Gallery. Take a journey through a selection of the latest art trends and see potential stars of the future amongst 35 artists chosen by

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Here Is Always Somewhere Else

‘Here is Always Somewhere Else is a 2008 documentary film directed by Rene Daalder and co-produced and edited by Aaron Ohlmann. The film is about the life and work of Dutch/Californian conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader, who in 1975 disappeared

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Here Is Always Somewhere Else

‘Here is Always Somewhere Else is a 2008 documentary film directed by Rene Daalder and co-produced and edited by Aaron Ohlmann. The film is about the life and work of Dutch/Californian conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader, who in 1975 disappeared

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Lise Sarfati: ‘I choose people for their energy and aura’

French photographer Lise Sarfati talks to Sean O’Hagan about her latest exhibition, She, featuring images taken between 2005 and 2009 of four American women – two sisters, their mother and her sister.  via The Guardian. 

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Lise Sarfati: ‘I choose people for their energy and aura’

French photographer Lise Sarfati talks to Sean O’Hagan about her latest exhibition, She, featuring images taken between 2005 and 2009 of four American women – two sisters, their mother and her sister.  via The Guardian. 

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Sebastiao Salgado: The Photographer as Activist

  Sebastião Salgado (born February 8, 1944) is a Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist.

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Sebastiao Salgado: The Photographer as Activist

  Sebastião Salgado (born February 8, 1944) is a Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist.

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Flash of inspiration: Gustave Le Gray

Jean-Baptiste Gustave Le Gray (August 30, 1820, Villiers-le-Bel, Val-d’Oise – July 30, 1884)[1] has been called “the most important French photographer of the nineteenth century” because of his technical innovations in the still new medium of photography, his role as

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Flash of inspiration: Gustave Le Gray

Jean-Baptiste Gustave Le Gray (August 30, 1820, Villiers-le-Bel, Val-d’Oise – July 30, 1884)[1] has been called “the most important French photographer of the nineteenth century” because of his technical innovations in the still new medium of photography, his role as