sirio magnabosco Contacts © 2013 sirio magnabosco Lorenzo Vitturi Lorenzo Vitturi’s vibrant still lifes capture the threatened spirit of Dalston’s Ridley Road ... Lorenzo Vitturi: 'I wanted to capture Ridley Road market's edgy dynamic' The Italian-born, London-based photographer ... The second edition of Dalston Anatomy embraces the shifting nature of the market and like the sculptures within it, ... Dalston Anatomy wins the 2014 Photography Prize. Hyères 2014 / 29° International Festival of ...
Chris Jordan Exploring around our country's shipping ports and industrial yards, where the accumulated detritus of our consumption is exposed to view like eroded layers in the Grand Canyon, I find evidence of a slow-motion apocalypse in progress. I am appalled by these scenes, and yet also drawn into them with awe and fascination. The immense scale of our consumption can appear desolate, macabre, oddly comical and ironic, and even darkly beautiful; for me its consistent feature is a staggering complexity. The pervasiveness of our consumerism holds a seductive kind of mob mentality.
Jon Uriarte jon uriarte news JOEL ROBISON Joel Robison est un photographe canadien dont les mises en scènes et les retouches sont particulièrement travaillées. Il crée un environnement onirique qu’il investit souvent au travers de situations tour à tour absurdes ou poétiques. Un superbe travail à découvrir en images dans la suite de l’article. Álvaro Sánchez-Montañés portfolio Landnemar Indoor desert De sur a sur Erin O'Keefe - Erin O'Keefe Erin O'Keefe is a visual artist and architect based in New York City and New Brunswick, Canada. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornell University and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University. I am a visual artist and an architect, and my work is informed by both of these disciplines. My background in architecture is the underpinning for my art practice, providing my first sustained exposure to the issues and questions that I explore in my photographs. The questions that I ask through my work are about the nature of spatial perception, and the tools that I use to explore these issues are rooted in the abstract, formal language of making that I developed as an architect. As a photographer, I am interested in the layer of distortion and misapprehension introduced by the camera as it translates three dimensional form and space into two dimensional image.
Michael Tittel: Behavior This week we are sharing work submitted to Lenscratch… It does not happen often, but every now and then I will catch someone sneaking a candid of me in public. It is the photographer in me that relates to the strides taken for the perfect image, and because of this I always pretend I cannot see them. I shake their presence off in hopes that I embodied what they needed, that in some way I managed to help them in their quest for a perfect image.
christophe jacrot RAIN - ASIA Huile 10: 70×105 cm ed 16 / 80×120 cm ed 14 Tokyo crossing: 75×125 cm ed 16 / 90×150 cm ed 12 Feux Super wet: 70×125 cm ed 16 / 90×160 ed 12 Zebra black: 70×105 cm ed 16 / 80×120 ed 12 La téméraire (Taipei): 70×105 cm ed 17 / 80×120 cm ed 12 Karry Skarbakka’s Free falling Self Shot Photography Kerry Skarbakka tried to capture himself when he was in peril in his self shot photographs titled, “The Struggle to Right Oneself. He captured when he was falling from stairs, trees, train lines etc.He is inspired by Martin Heidegger as the later said that human beings go through perpetual falls. He used special gears at the time of photo-shoot but the shots look so real that it convinces even the best of people that it is real and happening.