"William Klein" @ Michael Hoppen Gallery, London

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
This month Michael Hoppen Gallery will host an exhibition for the works of photojournalist and fashion photographer, William Klein. The American-born French photographer, known extensively for an oeuvre that challenged the conventions of his contemporaries, began by documenting the streets of New York and Paris after World War II.

Donut Doubles

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
A collaboration between photographer Brandon Voges, advertising agency The Marlin Network, and Strange Donuts has created a photo series called “Donut Doubles” for the National Restaurant Association’s annual food show. The series is comprised of six portraits that are paired with a donut doppelgänger image. Voges uses the textures and colors of each donut to match them with their similar looking human.

Valerio Platania – Base

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
Documenting enormous industrial parks situated in the Spanish desert, locations where people travel to find ‘bulk-buy’ supplies for their homes or new ‘affordable’ furniture to fill them. Valerio Platania’s images feature settings largely uncluttered by human interaction. 

The work of Jacques Henri Lartigue

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
Jacques Henri Lartigue was sixty-nine years old before his photographs were selected for a solo show, the work deemed worthy of an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibit received great praise from infamous curator John Szwarkoski, and what is even more impressive to note is that a majority of Lartigue’s famous works were created during his childhood. 

"Itoshima" by Juliane Elrich

Photography // Monday, July 07, 2014
In her book "Itoshima", German photographer Juliane Eirich explores beautiful simplicities of the Japanese countryside. As a visitor to Japan, she can shoot the seemingly mundane with fresh eyes. Whether shot at night or during the day, her photos are dark and emotional. Eirich examines how nature and human-kind affect one another both emotionally and physically.  

Rosa Rendl

Photography // Sunday, July 06, 2014
In her first solo exhibition HOW ALIVE ARE YOU, photographer Rosa Rendl captures notions of loneliness and emptiness; feelings often hidden behind veils of consumerism or online hyper-socialism in our contemporary society.

Joanna Piotrowska : 
FROWST

Photography // Saturday, July 05, 2014
The odd quirks and mannerisms of our families are what we tend to love the most, yet for the most part it is a stylised image of neutral order and content conformity that we choose to portray in our family portraits. Where smiles and scenes of happiness or celebration are the standard subjects of family albums. 

Tatum Shaw's "Wonderland"

Photography // Friday, July 04, 2014
Tatum Shaw is a photographer and advertising copywriter currently living and working in Portland, OR. Tatum’s photographic practice is one filled with images that have an idiosyncratic sentiment of a family snapshot. A bright flash, skewed perspectives or blurred focuses are all integral parts that work to give cohesiveness to his photographs. 

Berlin Wonderland: Wild Years Revisited, 1990-1996

Photography // Friday, July 04, 2014
It seems near impossible that the images in Berlin Wonderland could have been captured just twenty years ago. When the Berlin Wall fell in 1989/90, uninhibited creativity took hold of the city. 

Carol Golemboski’s “Psychometry”

Photography // Friday, July 04, 2014
Made up of dark and mysterious still lifes, Carol Golemboski’s photographic series “Psychometry” uses the objects she depicts to stand in as metaphors for the emotions and psychological states experienced by the human mind. 

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