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Angelo Formato it’s a London based Photographer, was born in Naples, Italy in 1989 and bought his first camera in 2008. After the graphic design Diploma He attended the Photography Master at ILAS,Naples and That was the beginning of a ...

Photos by Madiha Abdo Street photography is one of my favorite fields of photography, for it allows me the capturing with my camera the interesting expressions of some people in public space. This requires the intuitive ability to foresee what ...

Edited by: Eugenia Gotti – Architecture Department Editor –  Where : London, River Thames Art work: Haetherwick Studio  + ARUP According to Transport for London’s (TfL) tender for proposals to improve pedestrian links across the river, Heatherwick Studio and ARUP ...

Photos and Music by Terry Magson Flickr Can you tell us something about yourself? I’m a male musician from the Isle of Wight, south coast, UK, but recently moved to London. I happen to have a few cameras which I ...

Edited by: Roberta De Monte roberta.demonte@positive-magazine.com Where: London Proofreading: Bianca Baroni

Russian-born painter, lithographer and designer, Marc Chagall was Born in Vitebsk, son of a deeply religious Jewish family. The exhibition, entitled Chagall, Modern Master, is hosted at the Tate Liverpool in Liverpool and it will last until the 8th October 2013. ...

If you have ever wondered what to do in London on Sunday morning, here’s the answer. The flower market in Columbia Road (Hackney) becomes to me the place to go.

A new exhibition, titled Paper, opened at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea and will last until the 29th September 2013. Interestingly based on one medium which is becoming less and less a part of every day life these days. We ...

Edited by: Enrico Trolese Designed by: Sou Fujimoto Where: London’s Kensington Gardens Photo by: Nicola Cotti This year in London, people passing by the Serpentine Gallery in London’s Kensington Gardens will have the chance to see the last work of multi award-winning ...

The former Bankside Power Station that we now know as Tate Modern was selected by the Tate Trustees as the new gallery site for international contemporary art in 1994.