Muir Vilder decided to start this project after seeing a man in his 60s wearing leather harness dancing at a gay club. His series Rebel Without A Pause aims to celebrate men and women who never let their age stop them from being themselves. See more of Muir Vidler’s work on his website and […]
In Todd McLellan’s series “Things Come Apart”, the Canadian photographer deconstructs everyday objects to create nostalgic still lifes that reflect his childhood. By combining his two passions, photography and understanding how things work, he endures long hours of work to challenge himself and showcase his passion for the artform.
Photographers Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE and Tom Sullam founded Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards to spotlight wildlife conservation efforts and to inject some humour into the world of wildlife photography.
These last decades, western societies witnessed a decrease in religious practice. As a result, more and more places of worship are deserted and abandoned. In the UK in particular, only 30% of the population is religious and the attendance rate of churches is 1%. This is how James Kerwin started capturing empty churches throughout the world to […]
Our contemporary cities are subject to new conditions of migration, multiculturalism and environmental risks. To design a public space that can act as a vector for diversified uses and to incorporate the environmental issues to its conception seems no longer sufficient to meet all these challenges. Brussels’ urban history demonstrates the fertile ground for the […]
British photographer, Martin Parr, shows his latest series at the Rocket Gallery, a London institution he has been collaborating with for almost 20 years.. The artist takes us on vacation to beaches around the world: from Wales to Argentina. Through his series, “Beach Therapy”, Parr questions societies and their habits, once again, in these sometimes […]
Kubrick’s special skill behind the camera and his ability to create visual intrigue were evident long before he was a Hollywood icon. Even at the age of 17, Kubrick was an immense talent. In 1945, for $25, he sold a photograph to Look magazine of a broken-hearted newsvendor reacting to the death of President Franklin […]
These three photographs were taken by CHE GUEVARA in Calcutta (now Kolkata) in 1959. The photos are taken from the book Self Portrait by Che Guevara, published by the Centre for Che Studies, Havana, in collaboration with Ocean Books, Australia. They were obtained by Jansatta editor Om Thanvi from the Centre for Che Studies in […]
“There is something about the sun and sand that trances people out” On the white, Australian sand, the bodies resemble sculptures, and that is what Taylor likes. The bodies are exposed and a nap – which would normally be a private thing – becomes public. Yet, the pictures don’t aim to make the viewer uncomfortable. There […]