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Corinne Vionnet – Photo Opportunities

When I first saw this series of Corinne Vionnet I thought it was consisted by paintings. It was a big surprise when, checking more carefully, I found out that these incredible images are, in reality, photographs. This fact changed my whole perception of the work, bringing me ideas of how we can be affected by places. In this case, touristic places. Vionnet used the photographic technique to make us think, artistically....

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  •  06.04.2012
  •  Ana

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C215 – Prophets

Christian Guemy aka C215 never fails to impress with his new leaps through art. His newest exhibition, ‘Prophets’ takes place in a sacred 17th century Parisian church: Saint-Louis de la Salpétrière. In his own words the show calls for ‘religious tolerance and oecumenism (a movement promoting union between religions)’. But it's not the message that is exciting to me; it’s the work and the location that take it to the next...

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  •  23.03.2012
  •  Arden

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10 years of Lastplak

The infamous Lastplak collective has been making the streets a better place for over ten years! To celebrate, the team of artists have released a book with ten years of Lastplak. The book perfectly illustrates how immensely productive this Rotterdam based team of artist has been: 320 pages covering from 2001 up to 2011! All the different members have a long history in graffiti and / or other art forms and they all bring a different...

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  •  22.03.2012
  •  Arden

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Terry O’Neill Reworked at Rook & Raven

The name Terry O' Neill might ring a bell with you all. The legendary celebrity photographer has had everyone who was anyone in the 60's and 70's in front of his camera. Brigitte Bardot, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Audrey Hepburne, Frank Sinatra, Clint Eastwood and many more iconic names have been immortalized by Terry, resulting in picturs that are at least as iconic and familair as the models. The Rook & Raven Gallery in...

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  •  12.03.2012
  •  Arden

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A small catch-up with A1one

Mad love for our friend A1one! The artist from Tehran, Iran is a pioneer in Persian graffiti and street art. He’s a true mixed media artist and creates work from ‘traditional’ graffiti, calligraphy / caligraffiti to stickers and stencils. His style seems to be a unique combination of heritage, isolation and skills. Since the last time we had an interview with A1one we’ve had the honour to meet him in person during his tour...

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  •  04.03.2012
  •  Arden

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Timothy Cheng – Slow walking

Hong Kong based photographer Timothy Cheng never leaves the house without his camera. Living in a city renowned for its expansive skyline and a population of over seven million people must be a sort of paradise for every street photographer. Cheng began his street photography in 2007 and never stopped shooting....

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  •  03.03.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Juergen Buergin

Berlin based photographer Jürgen Bürgin picked up a camera about three years ago, initially to capture nature sceneries. But instead of capturing Nature, Jürgen’s photographic eye was far more attracted to urban sceneries. Now he’s a city-dweller who’s capturing major urban cityscapes and its inhabitants whenever he has the chance....

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  •  25.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Helen Warner – Extravaganza

The theatrical photography of Helen Warner

Helen Warner is a fine art photographer living and working in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Originally from Toulouse in the South West of France, She is a graduate of The Queen's University of Belfast where she mastered in Cinema and Modernism....

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  •  23.02.2012
  •  Kaymir

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Craig Feder – The Real NYC

New York City based Craig Feder has a rich history in photography and always travels the NY city streets with his camera. This resulted in an almost iconic series of the people of New York City. Craig has managed to capture the kind of people that caught my eye when I was in New York, but who he calls ‘the invisible people’. They are the kind of people that would stand out in any other place in the world, but as New York is not...

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  •  22.02.2012
  •  Arden

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Eduardo Nascimento

Portuguese photographer Eduardo Nascimento contacted us about his most recent and personal work called 'Treshold', a series of personal portraits along with a short essay about the concept. The series is all about perception, boundaries and intimacy: "Threshold is a study about the limit. Of the photographer on the other, of the observer on the other, of the other on the camera. Its double meaning reveals that we are also facing an...

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  •  20.02.2012
  •  Arden