Posts Tagged: post modernism

Understanding an Installation Artist

inspiration: discover Mark Houghton, Hereford, UK I have the pleasure of introducing the work of artist Mark Houghton, a personal friend and talented guy with an eye for significance in the seemingly mundane. He readily admits to spending too much time

Understanding an Installation Artist

inspiration: discover Mark Houghton, Hereford, UK I have the pleasure of introducing the work of artist Mark Houghton, a personal friend and talented guy with an eye for significance in the seemingly mundane. He readily admits to spending too much time

of the week: Mary Ellen Mark

Master of the week: Mary Ellen Mark Born: Philadelphia, USA, 1940 Favourite Collection: Streetwise     

of the week: Mary Ellen Mark

Master of the week: Mary Ellen Mark Born: Philadelphia, USA, 1940 Favourite Collection: Streetwise     

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in the news: Murray Ballard

The Guardian’s Kate Abbott has brought to our attention Murray Ballard’s The Prospect of Immortality exhibition. What Murray says: ”Here, (above photograph) a “patient care bay” is being pumped full of liquid nitrogen. I presume Hugh, the facilities engineer standing

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in the news: Murray Ballard

The Guardian’s Kate Abbott has brought to our attention Murray Ballard’s The Prospect of Immortality exhibition. What Murray says: ”Here, (above photograph) a “patient care bay” is being pumped full of liquid nitrogen. I presume Hugh, the facilities engineer standing

Friday Feature: Jason Larkin

Discover: Jason Larkin About Cairo Divided: from a population of one million at the beginning of the 20th Century to over 18 million today, Cairo’s expansion has been rapid. Most capitals are magnets, but the speed with which the Egyptian

Friday Feature: Jason Larkin

Discover: Jason Larkin About Cairo Divided: from a population of one million at the beginning of the 20th Century to over 18 million today, Cairo’s expansion has been rapid. Most capitals are magnets, but the speed with which the Egyptian

Understanding an Empire: Jon Tonks

Discover: Jon Tonks Above: 200 years ago Ascension Island was nothing but a barren and volcanic landscape, completely void of any fresh water supply. Today, thanks to an elaborate experiment by Charles Darwin, it has become home to the largest artificial

Understanding an Empire: Jon Tonks

Discover: Jon Tonks Above: 200 years ago Ascension Island was nothing but a barren and volcanic landscape, completely void of any fresh water supply. Today, thanks to an elaborate experiment by Charles Darwin, it has become home to the largest artificial

Interview: John Francis Peters

Discover: John Francis Peters How did you discover photography? I guess technically I first discovered photography in maybe 1989 when I went on a cross country road trip with my grandmother. We drove from Saugerties, NY to Los Angeles in

Interview: John Francis Peters

Discover: John Francis Peters How did you discover photography? I guess technically I first discovered photography in maybe 1989 when I went on a cross country road trip with my grandmother. We drove from Saugerties, NY to Los Angeles in

National Geographic Inspiration

Because sometimes photography can be about the beauty of a moment, captured beautifully. Images source

National Geographic Inspiration

Because sometimes photography can be about the beauty of a moment, captured beautifully. Images source

Domestic Wilderness: Darren Rigo

Discover: Darren Rigo  Artist Statement  Some say nature, in the purest sense of the idea, is that which is untouched by man. If this is the case then nature no longer exists. There is no wilderness left. We have already

Domestic Wilderness: Darren Rigo

Discover: Darren Rigo  Artist Statement  Some say nature, in the purest sense of the idea, is that which is untouched by man. If this is the case then nature no longer exists. There is no wilderness left. We have already

Interview: Sachiyo Nishimura

I’m delighted to feature fine art photographer Sachiyo Nishimura. Sachiyo’s work references industrial structure presented in a beautifully methodical, re-constructed approach. I find the images quite fascinating; Nishimura’s viewpoint offers a unique narrative, re-constructing structure, changing our perspective and expectations of the urban

Interview: Sachiyo Nishimura

I’m delighted to feature fine art photographer Sachiyo Nishimura. Sachiyo’s work references industrial structure presented in a beautifully methodical, re-constructed approach. I find the images quite fascinating; Nishimura’s viewpoint offers a unique narrative, re-constructing structure, changing our perspective and expectations of the urban