@ Meryl Meisler “The change we monitored came to us through the shifting tides of our visual culture and the places that would slowly evaporate under the “future”. Disco Clubs, roller-skating rinks, the ma & pa stores, these places are where change happens”. Everything had changed quite dramatically in the neighborhood. The sounds of children […]
“Classon” is breakthrough in a way for artists Yoshi Kametani and Daisuke Yokota.
Hiroshi Sugimoto’s, ‘Seascapes’ is a meditation on time examined through repetition and constancy…
There is a hint at the connectedness of a global community seething through super-highways of wiring, air travel, and satellite reception.
Tiane Doan Na Champassak is a machine. He works incredibly hard and is one of the busiest publishers of his work out there.
All of the images have been collated from the Internet and are displayed spread by spread.
“Briney Breezes” is a distinct and somehow discomfiting collection of images between Charles Johnstone and the tireless Aaron McElroy.
from Manhattan Out @ Raymond Depardon and courtesy Steidl What exists of the sensual atmosphere is counterbalanced by scenes like street-side school for teaching the newly-blind how to walk and the mangled bodies, living and dead, just hanging around. By Owen Campbell, ASX, September 2015 2015’s Adieu Saigon is a collection of images shot in […]
“There is a relevant question: can I learn anything from a dead body, from a corpse without a name and history? It is only a dead piece of meat that has a certain shape but it has no story. So I document dead piece of meat, indeed”. An Interview with Goran Bertok, by Brad Feuerhelm […]
Carly Steinbrunn’s ‘The Voyage of Discovery’ is a self-contained universe, a set of images that are also gateways to a journey inside of signs.
Flies dancing in the light hovering above his eye, occasionally dropping to his occulus to suck at the seam of his eyelid; some sweet nectar from his unproven young tear duct. The tram screeches to a halt, its connecting magnetic antennae cascading sparks across the front of the train. The driver yelling inanities and expletives […]
At its base, ‘Un Universe Pequeno’ seeks to convey, in visual terms, that of a similarity to speech. This is where the base of communication meets that of the expression of the visual.