What looks benign or without consequence can be illusory. What lies below the surface can provide a catalog of answers. The distant past as a concept is very hard to photograph. In thicket and open clearing, in water and desert, it is difficult to unlock the image of ancient history. We can only […]
“The camera was best invented for Schopenhauer.”
Engström looks backwards but forwards too. Tout va bien – Everything is all right.
A film by Linus Höök / Studio Tintin which was commissioned by the Hasselblad Center in Gothenburg for JH Engström exhibition Haunts in 2005. ASX CHANNEL: JH ENGSTROM (All rights reserved. Film @ Linus Höök)
Carla & Zizou, Brasserie Graff, 1963 Many of his photographs were taken in Paris, and anticipate the work of more contemporary photographers like Nan Goldin in that they are documents from Strömholm’s eclectic and vigorous life. By Paul Loomis, ASX, January 2013 This volume compiles photographs from several extremely hard to find books […]
“When I photograph now,” he said, “I try to imagine that I’d never seen a place like this before.” Lars Tunbjörk: Alien at the Office By Joshua Kors Whether Lars Tunbjörk is a visionary or simply a weirdo with a camera, perhaps that’s a matter of opinion. Certainly Tunbjörk, the acclaimed Swedish photographer – winner […]
Vom 9. September bis 20. November 2011 zeigt die Kunstsammlung Jena den weltberühmten Fotografen Anders Petersen.