THE MOUNTAINS OF KONG form a magnificent, impassable mountain range in West Africa. It’s not real. But that didn’t stop 19th-century writers from waxing poetic about its formidable, snow-capped peaks. Or illustrious cartographers from including it in historical maps. Or Jim Naughten from photographing it. The British photographer pretends the legend’s true for the ongoing series The […]
Today, viewers are barraged by seemingly endless streams of new kinds of media images on an unprecedented scale. Perpetual Revolution explores the relation between the overwhelming image world that confronts us, and the volatile, provocative, and often-violent social world it mirrors.
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The Female Gaze: a conversation
From Martin Luther King to Muhammed Ali, David Bowie to Andy Warhol, Steve Schapiro captured the turbulent spirits who ruled the 60s and 70s
“Hunter Barnes’ black and white silver gelatin photographs, made and hand printed by the artist, devoted his life to documenting America’s disappearing sub cultures and fringe groups for the past 15 years.“
Avant-garde photographs seem like pictures from a dream world. From new kinds of compositions and perspectives to photomontage, technical experiments, and staged scenes, Real Surreal offers a chance to rediscover the range and multifacetedness of photography between the real and the surreal.
David S. Bush is a neuropsychologist who is passionate about photography. In this beautiful photographic series, he offers an interesting look of street photography in Cuba.
FAME FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY Exhibition at London’s The Hub, starting June 7th