Beauty and the grotesque. The creative partnership of artist Jesse Draxler and photographer Jen Whitaker would have been a match made in heaven – that is, if heaven was a darker place.
Draxler, a Minneapolis-based artist who has worked in the medium of collage (including 3D) for over five years, has been busy building an impressive portfolio of weirdly sexual and visually challenging images of deconstructed beauty. Whereas LA-based Whitaker is a photographer and visual designer drawn to monochrome, the illusion of perfection disrupted by flaws and icy dust tones. Looking at their rap sheets, it was only a matter of time until the two found a common ground of shared visual aesthetics, a mutual love for black and an interest in the body; its shapes and place within the picture.
Their collaborative series Primer, published exclusively here, combines photography and collage for a captivating visual narrative full of movement, sexuality and darkness. Ten questions for writer and curator Elias Redstone. Since the invention of photography, architecture has proved a worthy subject for photographers, and, in turn, photography has played an important role in how architecture is communicated.
Our new book Shooting Space is not a book of architectural photography but a book of photography that studies the artistic response to architecture through the eyes of 50 of the best photographers working today. Its author, the renowned curator and writer Elias Redstone sat down with us on the eve of his Constructing Worlds show at the Barbican, London to tell us more about it. Photo Miami 2008 Review. 10 grandes libros sobre fotografía que no pueden faltar en tu biblioteca. Master of Photography at photography-now.net - The International Photography Index. Annie Leibovitz: lessons in life and love. She pauses, and draws out the next word: "Oh, I get it.
When I did this volume, I felt I had sort of got there in some way. This is what I always thought I wanted to do. " She started to put it together after Sontag's death in 2004, when she began to sort out photographs for a memorial booklet. Annie Leibovitz: Nothing left to hide - Times Online. A Photographer's Life: An Exhibition of photographs by celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz, including pictures of her life with her family and Susan Sontag and Vanity Fair magazine photos she is famous for. Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer’s Life, 1990-2005 San Francisco Fine Arts Museum Legion of Honor March 1 – May 25, 2008.
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