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Yiorgos Kordakis Polaroid global exploration of how people spend their summer and their relationship with water.
Maleonn describes how childhood souvenirs of the local postman and Cheval's Ideal Palace influence his work.
© Tim Carpenter Tim Carpenter sent me a long, comprehensive and excellent article which explains in detail the theoretical and practical motivations that underlie his vision of photography and his last project: a most serene republic. Among other things, Tim Carpenter discusses in particular the idea of “Beauty” and “apparent ease of execution” derived from […]
© Yumiko Kinoshita Yumiko Kinoshita is a Japanese photographer whose delicate images make me immediately think of brightness and lightness. In the following essay she speaks about the importance of travel in her life and her photographic work. In addition to the description of a photographic session in Ireland, Yumiko Kinoshita writes some ideas about […]
© Maury Gortemiller Maury Gortemiller sent me a long and excellent article about his work and vision. On the one hand he explains in detail his thoughts on photography and aesthetics, on the other he describes two of his conceptual photographic series: No Anthem and Speed Queens. Maury Gortemiller explains the reasons that led him […]
© Scott Lessing Hubener Following text and photos by Scott Lessing Hubener. The 19/23 corridor I have completed a recent body of work tentatively titled, The 19/23 Corridor, which is a photo documentary of the area between Asheville, NC and Johnson City, TN where a stretch of the 19/23 highway lies. This project has taken […]
Dan & Selena © Jack Radcliffe Jack Radcliffe for years photographs in black and white the members of his family and his friends, gradually creating several series of photos that explore the long term evolution of the photographer relationship with his friends and relatives. Here a selection of his works with an introduction to the […]
© Lisa Kereszi In the following article Lisa Kereszi tells the story of her family junkyard, a memorial to a particular failure of the American Dream. A dramatic story of drugs, violence, suicide and bankruptcy. The photographs range from family portraits to objects detail, from environment images to the various stuff contained in the courtyard, […]