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Cédric Roulliat - Photographie + Vidéo. Snow stylish: an ice-cool fashion shoot – in pictures. One Last Playground - Photographs and text by Md Farhad Rahman. In 2014, I began photographing children in Beribadh, on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

One Last Playground - Photographs and text by Md Farhad Rahman

I found them playing in an empty expanse of land. Once filled with water, construction workers had covered the area with sand so that new land could be created where none existed before. As Dhaka—the capital of Bangladesh—continues to grow and develop, it has gradually expanded outward in the manner of urban cities everywhere. Filling in the bodies of water that surround the city is seen as a quick means to meet the demands of a growing population and their increasing need for space. These photographs do not serve as answers, but rather as points of interrogation: they raise deeper questions on the nature of play, childhood, and their intersecting relationship with space.

Pippa Samaya - The knowledge between us. Anatomy of False Memories - Photographs by Vanja Bucan. Try to remember a positive or negative moment from your childhood.

Anatomy of False Memories - Photographs by Vanja Bucan

Think of how many variations of the same story you have told to different people over the years. And recall how much you have forgotten. False memories, when explained in medical terms, are a result of a troubled past. In those cases, a false memory is the reenactment of a trauma...But in my work the false memory is a sort of unspoken memory. It doesn't matter whether it is "real" but rather that it could have happened or appeared in the last seconds of our strange dreams... Vanja Bucan's work is idiosyncratic, unusual—and deeply memorable. The River (Ongoing) — Sian Davey. Impressive Portraits of Mexico Dancers. Body painting « Sweet Land of Liberty » par l’artiste Trina Merry.

10 faceless portraits of women. “Leaning” (Patty Carroll/Anonymous Women) “Accessories” (Patty Carroll/Anonymous Women) Eighty-seven years ago, Virginia Wolf wrote in her essay, “A Room of One’s Own,” “I would venture to guess that Anonymous, who wrote so many poems … was often a woman.”

10 faceless portraits of women

Must look: here’s how Georgia’s top photographers see their country — The Calvert Journal. Chaque matin, cette photographe capture le style incroyable d’un tailleur de 83 ans. Brooke DiDonato. Sascha Weidner /INTERMISSION. Je suis tombée sur une image de Sascha Weidner dans un dossier de presse.

Sascha Weidner /INTERMISSION

J’ai regardé l’image. Anachronisme – Les sculptures délicieusement décalées de Gerard Mas. Conceptual Multiportrait series by Diane Villadsen. Francoise Gaujour. Alphaville: Paris at Night - Photographs and text by Rémy Soubanère. The first image of this atmospheric street photography essay was selected as a 2nd place winner in the single image category of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2016.

Alphaville: Paris at Night - Photographs and text by Rémy Soubanère

Discover more inspiring work from all the winners, jurors' picks and finalists. In this series, nothing is staged—but the sun never comes up. The series came to me from a strange undercurrent in the air in Paris: there is a pervasive feeling that everything here is controlled, watched and somehow less alive. Sometimes it feels like reality progressed far beyond the future predicted in old dystopian movies. To pay homage to that, I took the name "Alphaville" from Jean-Luc Godard's movie Alphaville (1965). The film shows an Orwellian world: it is shot in and around the futuristic architecture that dots the city. My own work is ongoing as I continue to explore the streets of Paris. Portraits of Young Girls Immersed in Famous Paintings. Fine art photographer Calli P.

Portraits of Young Girls Immersed in Famous Paintings

McCaw, who currently divides her time between Manhattan and the Big Island of Hawaii, started out as a street photographer, though with time her work has evolved into something which better reflects her lifelong passion for art history. In her latest series Imagine That we see young girls standing inside well-known paintings dressed in costumes inspired by period clothing — they are neither here nor there, seemingly engaging with the paintings and yet largely devoid of painterly qualities.

These great paintings are reenvisioned through the eyes of youth in the modern day. The artist elaborates: “their innocence is as metaphor for beauty, aesthetics, and humanism”. Calli objects to the modern day rhetoric which encourages contemporary artists to favour concepts over aesthetics, and this is reflected in the pivotal role of beauty in Imagine That. Photographer. Des vendeurs de rue vus de dessus par Loes Heerink - 2Tout2Rien. La photographe Loes Heerink a réalisé une série de photos de vendeurs de rue vus de dessus, des images pleines de couleurs du Vietnam.

Des vendeurs de rue vus de dessus par Loes Heerink - 2Tout2Rien

Elle a vécu de nombreuse années dans ce pays et a été subjuguée par ces vendeurs opiniatres, levés dès 4 heures du matin pour écumer la ville avec leurs bicyclettes. Et leurs chargements colorés! Clever Embroidered Old Family Photographs. Swimming Trinity Series by Maria Svarbova. Girl Power, Glitter, and Feminism, in Photos. In the words of her friend Arvida Byström, London photographer Valerie Phillips always shoots “with the nerve of a photographer who just got their first camera.”

Girl Power, Glitter, and Feminism, in Photos

Her most recent book, Another Girl Another Planet, is a personal collection of treasured pictures made with her many female muses throughout the course of fifteen years, including Byström, who lovingly penned the foreword. Phillips has forever lived in the pursuit of what she once called “playful bravery,” which abounds in the pages of this candy-coated volume.

All the “girls” included in the book, some famous (Sienna Miller, Florence Welch, Alice Dellal, and Daisy Lowe) and some obscure, are painfully, heart-stoppingly cool. They’re like the older sister or babysitter you always wanted but never got. They’re the big girls all little girls dream of growing up to become. The book is a joyful one, but it would be a mistake to classify it as pure whimsy. Maud Fernhout -GARCONS QUI PLEURENT - FILLES QUI RIENT - CLICHÉS. Weronika Gęsicka - Gallery - FAMILLE-SOUVENIRS - PLAGE. Jonathan Kluger - SELFIE. Au cours de ses nombreux voyages, Jonathan a remarqué que lorsque l’on se balade dans les rues des grandes métropoles, peu importe lesquelles, on se retrouve toujours confronté à des dizaines et des centaines de personnes agglutinées devant les monuments, les œuvres d’art et autres ruines mythiques.

Jonathan Kluger - SELFIE

Elles se bousculent pour immortaliser ce moment mais surtout pour lever les bras à l’unisson et se prendre en photo elles-mêmes. Il nous explique : “Cette série immortalise le moment fatidique du selfie. Ce qu’il ne montre pas, c’est l’avant et l’après. Minimalism is Great, - DOGS -liste. © Tina Fey the French Bulldog © Mochi the Shiba Inu Anyone who has ever known a dog understands that a dog’s life is beautiful for its simplicity.

Minimalism is Great, - DOGS -liste

They don’t ask much; all a dog needs to be content is food, shelter, and a loving home. Minimal Pup, an Instagram account devoted to cleanly composed canine portraits, is a celebration of the kind of zest and appreciation a dog has for the simplest of things. Olympe Tits - MISE EN SCENE - FEMME. Frauke thielking -AERIEN. VB-Intro. Brandy Trigueros- IDENTITE - SOUVENIR - SILHOUETTE - MÈRE. Elodie Guignard - AUTOPORTRAIT. Dreamy Photography By June Kim And Michelle Cho – iGNANT.de. Inspired by everything from literature to films, ‘Other-On’ is an ongoing collaboration between two friends, and a visual treat for those who appreciate refined, delicate imagery.

“We’re constantly compelled to create, inspired by everything from literature to films and always informed by our experiences.” Created during trips to Los Angeles, New Mexico, and Spain, the series is a set of dream-like, pastel shots of anonymous females among both natural and urban sets. June Kim and Michelle Cho, the duo behind the project, wanted to find their own way of remembering the places they visited, both emotionally and creatively.

While their works have predominantly based in the photographic tradition so far, the two plan to expand their activities to other mediums as well, including film. Speaking about their practice, they say: “We’re constantly compelled to create, inspired by everything from literature to films, and always informed by our experiences.” Autorretrato sensorial - edu monteiro. Mitologias Contemporâneas. KEVIN HORAN - ANIMAL. FOOD. Heaven © Andreas Joshua Carver (@theaphrodisiackitchen) Watermelon rinds © Aliza Eliazarov (@aliza_eliazarov) Whether we’re talking about Dutch still life painting or fast food advertisements, art and imagery has always been intimately connected to what we eat. For our latest group, show we invited you to submit photographs that show the wonderful and strange relationship between food and art.

Anna & Eve -Viktoria Sorochinski. Anna & Eve is an ongoing narrative project that I started to work on in 2005. This project (as well as most of my work) dwells between fantasy and documentary. Even though all the scenes are staged, they reveal a real relationship of a mother and her daughter. Anna and Eve were particularly interesting to me when I first met them in 2005 because the boundary between the child and the adult woman was blurred to an unusually high degree. This was primarily due to the mother's young age (23); it seemed at times that she was more of a child than her 3 year-old daughter. It was often hard to tell who held the power and control between the two, and who was learning the essence of being a human in this world. Jeweled - Photographs and text by Justine Tjallinks. Helge Skodvin - Magnum. David Alan Harvey has photographed more than 40 articles for National Geographic, beginning with a story about Tangier Island, Virginia, in the November 1973 issue of the magazine.

In 1978, Harvey was named Magazine Photographer of the Year by the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA). His work has been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Nikon Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. His photographs have appeared in Life, The New York Times, and Sports Illustrated. He is well known for his work on Spanish cultural migration into the Americas and has produced significant bodies of work in Mexico, Cuba and Brazil.

He has published five books, Cuba, Divided Soul, Jeju Haenyeo, Based on a True Story and a republication of his seminal 1967 project, Tell It Like It Is. North Korea - Fabian Muir. David Alan Harvey has photographed more than 40 articles for National Geographic, beginning with a story about Tangier Island, Virginia, in the November 1973 issue of the magazine. In 1978, Harvey was named Magazine Photographer of the Year by the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA).

His work has been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Nikon Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. His photographs have appeared in Life, The New York Times, and Sports Illustrated. He is well known for his work on Spanish cultural migration into the Americas and has produced significant bodies of work in Mexico, Cuba and Brazil.

Filles - perles - Maisie Broadhead. Avec cette série de portraits de jeunes filles aux perles, la jeune photographe anglaise Maisie Broadhead reprend les codes des photographies anciennes destinées à mettre en valeur des jeunes femmes de familles aisées avant leur mariage tout en jouant sur le symbolisme des perles. Folklore slave -portraits. Ces images intensément colorées qui rassemblent divers éléments de la culture visuelle slave sont l’oeuvre d’un photographe, Andrey Yakovlev et de sa directrice artistique Lili Aleeva.

Basés à Moscou, les époux Yakovlev et Aleeva sont connus dans le monde de la haute couture pour leur mélange riche et distinctif de styles. Ils continuent leur travail à travers ces portraits, en confrontant la beauté féminine et le glamour au traditionalisme slave dans une perspective de narration. Shaun Downey. ARTWORKS. Life from a Tube: The London Underground - Video interview with Bob Mazzer. Every day I travelled to King's Cross and back. Coming home late at night, it was like a party and I felt like the tube was mine and I was there to take the pictures. —Bob Mazzer See more of FullBleed's feature films on their thriving Youtube channel.

Also keep your eyes out in the coming weeks for more films from their archive. Walker Evans famously photographed New York’s underground commuters between 1938 and 1941 using a cleverly constructed camera that concealed his photographic intent. London is a world city that mixes people from all corners of the globe. Indeed, Mazzer's most engaging images go beyond the surface and capture moments that are peculiar to underground train travel.

Besides the serious, Mazzer’s camera-ready aptitude also brings us moments of mirth and sociability: friends on a night out, a guitar player in a commanding position atop an escalator, a man on a ladder with his head effaced by the face of a clock he is fixing. Crossing Europe - Poike Stomps. Poike Stomps is one of the 31 winners and finalists of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2015! LensCulture is proud to present the work of these photographers who show us, each in their own way, why street photography today remains as fresh and vibrant as ever! Living around the corner from the Muntplein in Amsterdam meant I used to pass it several times a day. It would often cheer me up just to see the life going on in those few square metres. Fine Art - Daily Routines. © Andi Schreiber Andi Schreiber: I crave routine in terms of my art making but it’s impossible to achieve.

I’m a full-time parent so I try to get my work done when my kids are out of the house or at school. While it would seem that the hours are endless, the days go by fast, usually emptied by various household responsibilities. Couple in Love. Relationship, #23 (The Longest Day of the Year), 2011. Dignity - Bangladesh's Most Oppressed People. International Center of Photography - Selfie. Yander Zamora - transition - CUBA. TOM HUSSEY - REFLECTIONS. Tsaatan People - MONGOLIA - Madoka Ikegami. Desktop Dining - American Workplace. MIKINITADORI - IMMIGRATION - JAPON - REFLETS. GIFS - NATURE - Part 2 on Behance. Traces - Weronika Gesicka. Slinkachu // Street art in the Middle East: New work for Dubai Walls in City Walk, Dubai, 2016. Dutch-Inspired Photos of Food Rescued from NYC Dumpsters.

Robert Götzfried Fotografie. Mijoo Kim - Re-Figure. Photo London 2016: Portrait Focus - Photographs will be exhibited at Photo London 2016. The Stateless, Placeless Desert - Photographs by Gohar Dashti. Sélection du jeudi #26 - EPIC Stories. Lost in Paradise. ​21st Century Street Photography: 250 New Examples - Selection and text by Jim Casper. Jean-Jacques Bernard - Close-Up and Down. Brad Spencer, l'artiste qui sculptait la brique ! Retro Qwerty Keyboard for Tablets and Computers. Hilarious Photos of Superheroes and Villains Engaged in Life's Most Mundane Activities. Mike Dempsey. Martin Roemers - Metropolis - ville-lumiere- foule. AARON HUEY IS A PHOTOGRAPHER. Compassionate Portraits Capture the Dignity and Grace of Farm Animals. The 2015 Emerging Photography Awards: A Sneak-Peek at Some of Our Favorite Submissions.

Freight Train Hopping. Photographer Captures Individuals at Their Most Vulnerable: Just After Waking Up. Theatrical Portraits of Soapbox Racers in London. See the World's Most Iconic Places Transformed by Whimsical Paper Cut Outs. Jati Putra Pratama (@jatiputra) Fotofever fait place aux jeunes talents. Corinne Mariaud Photographe. Artists Isabelle & Alexis Set Off Vibrant Smoke 'Blossoms' Around the World.

Humanæ. Les totems urbains d'Alain Delorme. Humans of New York and the Cavalier Consumption of Others. Couples-vetement-echange. The Kiss Photography Series. Enchanting Photographs Tell of Love, Heartache, and Family in Prewar Krakow. Once Upon A Time In Kazimierz by Richard Tuschman. ★ Assalit ★ argent. MY TRAVEL - femme - religion - voile. David Talley Photography - Selected Work. Kiana Hayeri, Your Veil is a Battleground - VOILE- DOUBLEPORTRAIT -IRAN. Berta Vicente Salas - one. Benoit Paille's Official web site portefolio. Siegfried Hansen: German Street Photography. Hajjaj, Hassan : Photography, Gallery.

Bakonyi, Bence: Photography, Gallery.