This work is an extensive long-term research oriented work on the wastelands of major urban cities in a developing country like India with an ever increasing population catering to the growing needs of consumerism .The focus of this work is mainly centred around the lives of people living near these vast wastelands filled with waste and dirt, living in squalor ...
Hong Kong, like any other big city is a concrete jungle, hustling and bustling with life. Nothing stops, everything happens in a heartbeat. From the rising skyline forever competing with the fast paced city life, to the cacophony of lights forming a symphony of their own, this is a city that is as lively as it is varied.
Apart from merely recording objects and events, Peter Braunholz strives to discover surreal connections in real life. His main focus is on revealing layers of reality which are not perceptible to the naked eye. In his new series "Ecken" he reveals the hidden poetry of corners.
f you’re looking into buying your first prime lens it’s probably because you’ve had some practice with the standard kit and you’d like something faster. What that means is a lens with a big aperture that allows you to shoot in darker settings without losing detail in the shadows. The prime lens you choose will […]
Even this year Paris Photo 2016 is over. Was an issue a little '"particular" because it carried with it different emotions of the year before. The attacks, the bataclan and the general terror of a nation. But this year everything went well, no "fireworks", the show had run its course, millions of people have visited the Grant Palais, collectors, photographers, ...
"The Fantastic Travel" is a serie of photomontages made with pictures coming from the daily life of the photographer Sarah Bouillaud, an infinite photographic playground where the pictures are freely manipulated.
Interview by Marina Trancoso, photography editor. Born to a Russian family and raised in France, Alexis Zelensky is the definition of a globetrotter. In this interview, we speak to him about his series “Cour de Be”, a documentation of life and the social relations in Lomé, Togo.
FOCUS: PERFECTION – ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE, the first Canadian retrospective of one of the twentieth century’s most influential photographers opened last week at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA)
Ghosts of Empire is a collection of collages created by Ben Gore, about the rise and fall of human civilization. The project is a group of visual vignettes which each deal with an issue that has plagued mankind on its quest for civility; whether it be war, environmental destruction, the loss of self, colonialism, and […]
The other day we published The Rencontres d’Arles report written by our guest contributor Susanna Pozzoli. Today instead we wanted to show you some more photos that our photographer Massimo Nicolaci, (which has also been featured in the new issue of Positive Magazine) realized while he was in Arles during the opening days. Have a […]