A great pioneer in his field, Stephen Shore (b. 1947) is a contemporary artist that has influenced a whole generation. Known for his objective and “banal” images, he has travelled across the world capturing everyday moments, with more than 50 solo exhibitions, and several monographs including the two famous American Surface & Uncommon Places. His […]
It was an honor for us to have this exchange with Patrick Warner, a 28 year old photographer, GIS Analyst and an Emergency Medical Technician. He’s originally from Missoula, Montana but he’s now based in a town called Florence just south of Missoula. His interests in photography vary from the surreal (like David Lynch and Gregory Crewdson), to the […]
Vast landscapes, imposing nature, the ocean and sublime light is what Australian photographer Joe Nigel Coleman’s work is all about. Working mostly with film, he loves experimenting with light and the mystery of images involving people that are not clearly posing give away… Take a tour on his website.
Wim Wenders is one of those directors whose approach is both cinematic and photographic at the same time. He is in fact a very prolific photographer with several books and often exhibiting his work. The film Paris, Texas (1984) is the proof. This sunny trip leads you into American lands from California to Texas. It is a […]
Esben Bøg Jensen is a 29 year old Danish photographer who has a passion for small life pleasures such as a good book, a nice coffee and of course music. Through his pictures, he intends to challenge the idea of mortality, capturing beautiful and commun moments that, once frozen in time, suddenly give life a […]