Nofound: The contemporary photography fair in Paris From November 16th to November 19th 2012 Milomir Kovačević, Mali vojnici, 199250x60cm ©Duplex10m2 Where: At Garage Turenne – 66 rue de Turenne – 75003 Paris, France When:Open to the public – Saturday 17th, Sunday 18th and Monday 19th, 11am-8pm from the series ‘Make up Girls’, 2012.
Australian Photographer's empty landscapes act as visual markers for memory and nostalgia.
Photos and Text by Costanza Gianquinto, guest editor from Milan, Italy from 11th to 18th November 2012 Monday, 3.30 pm – 7.30 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10.30 am – 9.00 pm Sunday 10.30 am – 7.30 pm Where: Corso Como 10, Milan “New Works 2012” brings together the work of seven of the […]
Curated by William A. Ewing the international exhibition Cartier Bresson: A Question of Colour has opened the doors to the public today at Somerset House, where it will be hosted until the 27 Jaunary 2013. It features ten Henri-Cartier Bresson photographs never exhibited before in the UK, accompanied by 75 works by 15 contemporary street photographers from all over the ...
Behind the scenes of Paris Photo with London-based gallery Brancolini Grimaldi.
On Novemeber 2012 will take place for the second time the Paris Photo at the Gran Palais (Paris).
Yemen is definitely on the brink. An unknown, opaque, mysterious country which has had a very complicated evolution since the very beginning. This hapless place has been stigmatized as one of the ultimate nest of Islamic terrorism, which makes such an enormous contrast given the warm and welcoming Yemeni people. Unexplored, scary, and physically breathtaking, Yemen is unique.
Veronica Nardulli was born in Taranto in 1983. He studied painting at the 'Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and photography at the center for photography Labò school of Bologna.
Italian photographer Matteo Varsi uses expired polaroid film as a visual diary of his everyday life.
Mitra Tabrizian was born in Tehran. Her roots has been crucial in developing her vision as an artist. The exhibition reflects the idea of homeland, the perception of hybrid cultural identities, the reality of everyday life in the UK for Muslim communities from the Middle East.