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Our love for contemporary music made us think in recent years about the reasons why some parameters are kept invariant in artistic expression, often for no reason other than tradition.
We need to look at our country the way American photographers look at theirs. Explore, record, accept, love it.
There is no such thing as a consensus in what constitute core elements of ‘Chinese photography’; instead I am more interested in the variations of photographers’ gaze through the depictions a common subject matter.
Despite a hyper rationalized world, there must still be some residual memory of eons ago when life was dictated to by unkind winters, dragons and God.
Eamonn Farrell discuss the origins of his project the Nude in the Irish Landscape end the difficulties of shooting outdoor nudes in Ireland.
David Parker essay about his large format landscape photography.
Michael Marten photographies of tides and sea level changes in England.
Interview with Rona Chang about her photographs, her story and the importance of space and travel in her work.