Originally from Kansas City, and now based in Portland, Lisa Gidley is an American photographer that “finds images as a sport”. She fell in love with photography in NYC, but her most recent work focuses on urban public spaces. Make sure to check her most recent work on her website or tumblr.
Julia Agafonova (26) is a young Russian photographer based in Saint Petersburg. Inspired by boredom and playing with light, she captures the dull atmosphere that invades public and private spaces in her hometown. Check out more of her work on Flickr.
Beautiful pictures from A Serious Man, directed by Joel & Ethan Coen in 2009. This black comedy that takes place in Minnesota, has been awarded for its cinematography by Roger Deakins, thanks to its highly stylized and gorgeous aesthetics. The Middle West of the 60s and the Jewish community, sweet nostalgia tinged with sarcasm. These are elements depicted with exceeding […]
Here is a humble man never leaded by fame. Saul Leiter’s abstract paintings gave his photography a distinctive approach, with his pastel tones and large color areas, he is a pioneer of color. His compositions using reflections, windows, fog, negative spaces have come to defy all the rules at the time. His sensibility and alternative way of seeing was revealed […]
Julien Baveye is a french photographer based in Montreal. As in graphic-design where he works, his imagery tends to be simple and powerful. This colorful selection features works from his tumblr.
For the second edition of Movie Picks we chose Virgin Suicides by Sofia Coppola. Based on a novel by Jefferey Eugenides, the film portrays through a dreamlike imaginery the life of the Lisbon sisters, seen from the point of view of adolescent boys fantasizing about their teenage crushes and the mystery behind them. What we […]
Juxtaposing images of corporeal details with suggestive forms found in nature, Chinese photographer Chong Cheng proves that sensuality can be found everywhere. According to the artist, his work “holds many questions concerning human existence” and intends to study the bond between the “human self and the outside world.”
Swedish photographer based in Stockholm, Hanna Ukura always carries her camera with her, she pays a special attention to the light, that gives her visual language a dreamlike touch. You can find her work on her website and flickr.