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Škart / Improvizacija i radna disciplina « Supervizuelna. Razgovori 09.05.2014. Razgovor vodio Žolt Kovač 0 2530 0 Grupa Škart su Dragan Protić Prota i Đorđe Balmazović Žole. Oni su takoreći legende ovdašnje umetničke i dizajn scene. Budući skromni i nazainteresovani za medijsko eksponiranje, javnosti nije dovoljno poznata njihova upornost i količina aktivnosti i produkcije na različitim poljima, kao ni međunarodni uspeh i pojavljivanje njihovih radova u savremenim izdanjima o dizajnu i umetnosti. Njihov glavni koncept poslednjih godina je “Arhitektura ljudskih odnosa”. U skladu sa njim pokreću niz participativnih aktivnosti koje uključuju publiku, posebno onu koja nije direktno upućena na umetnost.

Vezani ste i za dizajn i za umetnost. Prota: Baš suprotno od tog odvajanja i etiketiranja. Žole: Ja ne volim ta razdvajanja. Prota: Meni su te discipline kao neke grozne čekaonice sa zatvorenim vratima. Tvoje govno, tvoja odgovornost Prota: Na početku smo nekako sebično mogli da budemo komotni u nekoj maltene autističnoj samokomunikaciji. Romanian Ghosts: The Race to Save a Hauntingly Beautiful Photo Archive | TIME. Michael Clark Photography - Adventure Sports Photographer Editorial Advertising PhotographyLANDSCAPE - 1. Michael Clark Photography. Yasuhiro Ishimoto. GALLA MARTYNA - PORTRAITS. The Sart-Tilman Open-air Museum - University of Liège, Belgium. PHILIP HEYING | Home. Otvoreni poziv za 2014/2015 | Galerija G12 Hub. G12 HUB poziva umetnike, umetničke grupe i timove da dostave predloge za izložbe, događaje, performanse i radionice koje bi se realizovale u galeriji tokom 2014/2015. godine.

Želimo posebno da podstaknemo umetnike koje se bave novim medijima, performansom, zvukom, filmom, videom, istažuju potencijal različitih medija i disciplina, sarađuju sa naučnicima i koriste tehnologiju u produkciji da se odazovu na poziv i dostave svoje predloge za razmatranje G12HUB timu. Svaka prijava treba da sadži: Popunjeni formular, kliknite ovde za preuzimanje formulara i prateću dokumentaciju: O predloženom radu: Umetnici: Kontakt informacijeBiografija (max. 800 karaktera) i CV Svoje prijave možete poslati e-mailom ili poštom. Ukoliko šaljete vaš materijal poštom: Odštampajte formular i prateću dokumentaciju i pošaljite na adresu G12 HUB (adresa se nalazi na kraju teksta). Adresa: Karađorđeva 59 11000 Beograd, Srbija Ukoliko odlučite da pošaljete prijavu poštom, vaš material neće biti vraćen. Pažnja! Konkurs za izlagačku sezonu 2015. u Uličnoj galeriji. Ulična galerija u Beogradu objavljuje konkurs za izlagačku sezonu za 2015. godinu.

Svi zainteresovani umetnici, kustosi, udruženja i organizacije mogu poslati svoje predloge projekata na office@mikroart.rs do 15. januara 2015. U obzir dolaze i predlozi za samostalne i grupne izložbe, i kustoske projekte bez ograničenja u vidu medija. Takođe, prihvatamo predloge za prateće programe ili nezavisne događaje kao što su radionice, svirke, festivali, prostorne instalacije koje se mogu održavati i za vreme trajanja izložbi. Predloge za projekte i prateće programe slati u u formi pdf-a u sledećem obliku: - Kratka biografija ili CV (do 300 reči) - Informacije o projektu (ime rada, autor/grupa autora, godina nastanka, kratak opis rada; do 300 reči) - Vizuelni materijal - Tehnička lista neophodna za realizaciju projekta (Ulična galerija snosi troškove produkcije radova i skromnog kataloga, pre realizacije projekta autori će biti pozvani na dogovor oko tehničkih detalja) - Visual material.

PHOTOGRAPHY - DUSAN RELJIN - BEAUTY. Anne — Tamas Andok Photography. Photographer Hajdu Tamas Finds Humor in Small-Town Romania. Humor has a strange place in photography. So often a humorous photograph undermines the subject matter or the medium itself and leaves the image feeling like a ploy for cheap laughs. But when it works, when composition and moment and environment come together just right, and the photographer is clever enough to know when and how to press the shutter, a humorous photograph can have a tremendous impact. Hajdu Tamas is the kind of photographer who is not afraid to point his camera at the absurdity of life, even when that life is hard. His photographs of the minutia in small-town Romania present delightful juxtapositions of the old ways of doing things and the new direction in which its residents are trying to move.

A high dive towers above an old cemetery, a cow pokes it head out of someone’s backyard bushes with apartment towers visible behind it. Tamas does not romanticize the environment, but rather takes a self-deprecating approach to the place he calls home. All images © Hajdu Tamas. Four Poets Discuss Their Favorite Photographs. The latest issue of Aperture magazine focuses on the relationship between literature and photography. The editors were kind enough to share the feature below, in which four poets discuss some of their favorite photographs.

It appears in Aperture magazine #217, Winter 2014, “Lit,” as “Collectors: The Poets.” © Sergio Larrain/Magnum Photos John Ashbery Sergio Larrain, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Before the Deux Magots Café, 1959. I lived in Paris mostly from 1955 to 1965. Photographer unknown. Ann Lauterbach The Fellowship Photograph (Portrait of Ludwig Wittgenstein), 1929. I live in an old schoolhouse, built in 1885, in Germantown, New York. Courtesy of David Alexander Richard Howard David Alexander, Dogs and Hydrant, 2014. I have lived with this photograph taken by the artist David Alexander for the last five years. Courtesy Argos Films Ben Lerner Stills from Chris Marker, La Jetée, 1962. Chris Marker’s La Jetée is composed entirely of stills—save for one brief shot of a woman opening her eyes. The Winners of The Paris Photo—Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2014. Announcing the Winners of the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2014 Paris, November 14, 2014—Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 edition of the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards, celebrating the book’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography.

Hidden Islam by Nicoló Degiorgis is the winner of $10,000 in the First PhotoBook category. The selection for this year’s new category, Photography Catalogue of the Year, is the separately published, matched set of catalogues Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness and Christopher Williams: Printed in Germany by Christopher Williams, while Imaginary Club by Oliver Sieber is the winner of PhotoBook of the Year. A special mention in that category goes to Vytautas V. Stanionis’s Photographs for Documents. The initial short-list selection was made by Julien Frydman, director of Paris Photo; Todd Hido, photographer and photobook maker; Lesley A. 404: Page Not Found | MailChimp. Peter Lik Shatters World Record with $6.5M Sale of ‘Phantom’ Communist Poland in 10 Astonishing Pictures | Article. Between 1952 and 1989, Poland was called the Polish People's Republic. During these 37 years, the country was subjected to the USSR. For its inhabitants this meant being watched, censored, and deprived.

The socialist system influenced every sphere of life. The socialist food distribution system barely functioned, tanks rolled along the streets. Niedenthal's life would make for a great film. The socialist surveillance system impeded him from developing his pictures in Poland. Chris Niedenthal is one of Europe's most respected photojournalists. The photographer himself didn't exactly know or remember what was on the photosensitive spool. 1. Niedenthal's best-known photo.

Niedenthal reminisces in his autobiography, Profession: Photographer: "We were turning and from behind the trees I could see a new, better scene. In a hurry, he took the picture from the building on the other side of the street. 2. Ration stamps for sugar were introduced on August 12th, 1976. 3. 4. 5. 120% of the norm 6. Ellena, Véronique: Photography, Gallery | The Red List. Dorchester, MA - bucksquibb. Home. GNEBORG.ORG. Bruce Wrighton : Laurence Miller Gallery. Ross Paxton – A General History Of Timeless Landscapes.

If you‘ve ever lived in a popular tourist destination, you’ll be familiar the kind of guided tours Ross Paxton has been capturing for the past three years while completing an MA in photojournalism and documentary photography at London College of Communication. Shot using a large format camera, the project was inspired by a bus tour he took on a trip back to his home town, Whitby, and he was struck by the image of the bus load of tourists as they passed the town’s landmark Abbey. “I felt as though I was looking into the past and the passengers were looking forward into their futures, and since we were moving, it was like past, present and future had been flattened into one moment,” he says. The York-based photographer estimates he’s now taken pictures of 35 tours in total, starting off locally then moving further afield, but always trying to include “a relic, sign or important monument from that particular town in each image”.

Rosspaxton.tumblr.com. Captivating Portraits of Namibia's Fashionable Herero Tribe. We recently spoke to London-based photographer Jim Naughten about his stunning portrait series of the Herero tribe members of Namibia. How did this series come about? What was your inspiration? “I traveled in Africa after finishing college. I bought an old motorbike and more or less stumbled across Namibia on my journey. It was instantly spellbinding—the extraordinary landscapes, the colorful and varied inhabitants and their surreal and often brutal history.

I photographed the same tribe back then with my old film camera but always wanted to return to make a more extended project. How did you put the project together? “It was quite physical, camping every day, driving thousands of miles, working every day in the heat and dust, cleaning and charging the cameras, putting up the tents, cooking, cleaning, looking for subjects, photographing, then putting up the tent again and so on. How did you come up with the visual approach? Do you know how the subjects feel about their portraits? Young Self-Taught Photographer Captures Wanderers Against Magnificent Landscapes. Self-taught Canadian photographer Elizabeth Gadd described her photography niche better, perhaps, than anybody else when she said, “I, uh… shoot landscapey stuff… with people in them.” That, however, is something of an understatement. The 21-year-old photographer’s body of work does, indeed contain “landscapey stuff with people in them,” but that hardly does the spectacular vistas she photographs justice.

Gadd started taking pictures in 2007, but didn’t really get serious until 2010 when she embarked on a 365 project of self portraits. By the end of that project she had found her landscapey, people-dappled niche, and everything that has followed has expanded on that as she continues to explore the forests, hills, mountains and ocean within driving distance of her home town of Vancouver, BC. The resulting portraits are, as she described recently in an interview with Phelarn, “[an] attempt to display human interaction with nature in a positive and peaceful way.”

Musée Magazine No. 10 Vol. 1 by MuseeMagazine. Justine Kurland's Beautiful Photos Taken On a Five-Year Road Trip With Her Young Son. Intimacy, Love, and the Aging Body: Photographer Marna Clarke Documents Her Life Over 70 (NSFW) What happens when a photographer gives up photographing for 14 years? In the case of Marin-based photographer Marna Clarke, she returns to it after her partner Igor put a camera back in her hands. After a few years of fine art work, she began work on You’re Not Getting Any Younger when she was 70, unveiling private moments shared with the man who had encouraged her. By turning her lens inward, Clarke takes ownership of her body, not only as a woman but also as a human being coming to terms with aging. In a world that too often denies the sensual desires of those past middle age, she both validates and celebrates the joys and sorrows of the maturing self, riding each emotional tide with determination, frankness, and grace.

What was the impetus to get rid of all your photo equipment and leave your photo career behind? What was it like returning to photography after a 13-year break? Did you miss making pictures, and did you think you’d ever return to it again? All images © Marna Clarke. About - Josh Wool. Dan Hayon - Something is happening here but you don't know what it is. Do you, Mister Jones? I am fully aware that there is nothing original in my work. Jim Jarmusch put it so well in words: "Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows.

Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. When I'm asked about my approach to photography, this is the best description I could offer. I always have a small compact camera in my pocket when I am dream walking. Back home, I put them inside hundreds of little boxes and leave them there to get old in the dark like bottles of wine. Slowly, that feeling becomes the outline of a story. They will be the words that will let me understand what my story wants to say. I have had several occasions to show my work, here and there. An Elusive Roof of One's Own in Lisbon. They don’t live, they survive. They are the unemployed, elderly and homeless in Lisbon.

In a world where the Internet sparks protests and dialogue about issues across the globe, their suffering is invisible, even to their neighbors. But not to Mario Cruz. The 27-year-old photographer set out at the beginning of 2014 to work on a project he had put off for more than a year, portraying squatters who settled into abandoned factories and villas. He calls it “Roof.”

“Unlike other countries in Europe that are under severe financial crisis like Greece or Spain, Portugal was not in focus,” Mr. Photo It took some doing to find his subjects. Mr. He had to climb about 10 feet on a homemade ladder that had to be pushed together in order to enter Mr. “But the sad thing is his thoughts,” Mr. Those who have been unemployed for a while have no shame of begging or going into the garbage, Mr. Mr. While he isn’t quite sure what’s next for him, he knows it involves documenting. 6 Legendary Photographers Tell The Stories Behind Their Favorite Unseen Photographs. What happens to a photograph deferred? Some are tucked in a file or packed in the basement while others are shoved under the bed and, in time, forgotten. These photos and the details they house -- a particular moment, a unique perspective, a potential story -- rest outside our view, sometimes forever. Many never get the opportunity to be seen, contemplated, digested, by many beyond their maker.

Magnum Photos, an international photo agency founded by photographers like Robert Capa and Henri Cartier-Bresson, is coordinating a project to dig up long lost images from their most renowned photographers, allowing unseen photos to break into the wild after many years. Magnum enlisted legendary photographers from Bruce Gilden to Bieke Depoorter to "rescue a work from oblivion," selecting an image that, for some reason or another, went unpublished or unnoticed, while remaining close to the photographer's heart. 1.

"When I was 22 or 23, I took a semester long photography course. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Yana Paskova - Photojournalist. Communist Poland in 10 Astonishing Pictures | Article. Noah Addis - Future Cities. According to United Nations' estimates, there are more than one billion squatters living today—close to one out of every six persons on earth. This number is expected to double to two billion by 2030. And then, by the middle of the century, there will be three billion squatters. "Future Cities" is a collection of photographs documenting informal settlements and unplanned developments in the world’s cities.

These communities take on many forms, but they share a common history. Governments around the world have failed to take responsibility for this massive urban migration. Although squatters face many challenges, these settlements are extremely creative and vibrant places. Many of these needs are currently not being met. —Noah Addis Interview Noah Addis is a ceaseless traveler and explorer of the world. Can you discuss "Future Cities" a bit more? I first became aware of the issue of informal urban development during a trip to Lagos, Nigeria in 1999. David Titlow wins Taylor Wessing portrait prize. Clay Benskin. Don't Call Clay Benskin a Street Photographer. AARON HUEY IS A PHOTOGRAPHER. Benita Marcussen – Photojournalist | Recent work and projects by photojournalist Benita Marcussen. Rebecca Litchfield Photographer | London Fine Art Photography - Soviet Ghosts.

THOBIAS MALMBERG. Nomadslife: Portraits of Nomads Around the World Reveal A Way of Life Soon To Be Forgotten. Guillermo Cervera's Mesmerizing Images on Exhibit at Anastasia Photo, NYC. Whisky. Ute Mahler’s Portraits of Life Behind the Wall. Photography - Babycakes Romero. Canada's La Belle Province. DIY BALENCIAGA INSPIRED RUFFLE SKIRT. Woman vs. the World: Photographer Guia Besana Tackles The Pressures of Femininity. 10 International Street Photographers Who Change The Way We See The World. Christopher Anderson Magnum archives | Features | TANK Magazine. Marc Zakharovich Chagall. Между небом и землей. Мариана Калачева. АПРИЛ У ИВАНОВУ | Фото-савез Србије. Download 35,000 Works of Art from the National Gallery, Including Masterpieces by Van Gogh, Gauguin, Rembrandt & More. National Gallery of Art | NGA Images.

René Magritte. Izložbe | Kultur!Kokoška. Bernard Buffet. O (ne)čitanju zbirki kratkih priča. Małgorzata Lazarek. Ilija Basicevic - Bosilj | Biografija. George Lois. Spider soft sculpture made from vintage embroidery by MisterFinch. STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvasSTREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvas. Ludwig Múzeum - Kortárs Művészeti Múzeum. Han van Meegeren. A Closer Look. Konkurs Moderne galerije Lazarevac za izlagačku sezonu 2013. godine | Mreza Kreativnih Ljudi. Душан Рајшић » art Душан Рајшић. Музеј у Смедереву - Почетна страна. Photographs - Page 10. Tease, c. 1950. Gelatin Silver Print Snapshot - Rodger Kingston (rpkphoto)'s Photos. (OvO)

OLD Art pictures. Browse art pictures - Gelatin Silver Print page 171. Ilka Hartmann Photography - About Ilka. We Find Wildness. Diener-Dénes Rudolf (1889-1956) híres magyar festő, grafikus - Kieselbach. Remembering Hopper - Our South Bay - September-October 2010 - South Bay - Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Torrance, Palos Verdes, El Segundo. 96-057gg (Sally Mann) Gelatin silver print : Tous les messages sur Gelatin silver print - Page 3. Wayne Levin on artnet. University Fine Arts Gallery. Works | The Maybe | Frith Street Gallery. Muzej savremene umetnosti i Remont predstavljaju projekat: Zbogom andergraund- Saša Markov | Mreza Kreativnih Ljudi.