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  • Konstantine Suslov is a UK based photographer recently graduated from Middlesex University in London. This series titles ‘WW2 Veterans’ was started as a final project. At the time it was […]

    Old Warriors

    Konstantine Suslov is a UK based photographer recently graduated from Middlesex University in London. This series titles ‘WW2 Veterans’ was started as a final project. At the time it was […]

  •   The American photographer Scott Haefner who is currently based in the San Francisco Bay area has produced a series of photographs documenting the current state of the Mothball Fleet.This […]

    Ghost Ships

      The American photographer Scott Haefner who is currently based in the San Francisco Bay area has produced a series of photographs documenting the current state of the Mothball Fleet.This […]

  • Rob Branigan This being the hight of summer where I am I find myself having difficulty remembering the feeling of cold and of snow. It seems like now every season […]

    Under a white blanket

    Rob Branigan This being the hight of summer where I am I find myself having difficulty remembering the feeling of cold and of snow. It seems like now every season […]

  • Anton Kusters is a Belgium photographer who spent two years photographing on of Tokyo’s Yakuza crime families. This project took him years of careful negotiations to allow the access necessary […]

    Japan and the family

    Anton Kusters is a Belgium photographer who spent two years photographing on of Tokyo’s Yakuza crime families. This project took him years of careful negotiations to allow the access necessary […]

  • London born photographer Charlie Crane’s book Welcome to Pyonguang is one of the few serious looks I’ve seen of the secret country North Korea. Published in 2007 this work shows […]

    A secret heart

    London born photographer Charlie Crane’s book Welcome to Pyonguang is one of the few serious looks I’ve seen of the secret country North Korea. Published in 2007 this work shows […]

  • I love Star Trek fans. Photographer Winnie Au is a New York photographer originally from Rockford Illinois. Her work focuses on portraiture of both humans and dogs. In this series […]

    Home is quite a trek

    I love Star Trek fans. Photographer Winnie Au is a New York photographer originally from Rockford Illinois. Her work focuses on portraiture of both humans and dogs. In this series […]

  • Jonathan Hobin is an Ottawa based photographer who’s work examines important cultural and historical figures and events. Adding nuance to his photographs he reinterprets these events using both children as […]

    Retelling childish stories

    Jonathan Hobin is an Ottawa based photographer who’s work examines important cultural and historical figures and events. Adding nuance to his photographs he reinterprets these events using both children as […]

  • I saw this show a while ago when it was touring around Canada. The show was at the College Building Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan. I was surprised and […]

    when revolution revolves around

    I saw this show a while ago when it was touring around Canada. The show was at the College Building Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan. I was surprised and […]

  • Stacy Leigh is a photographer working in New York. For the past 6 years she has been working on the series Life Size Silicon Dolls: A Series after picking up […]

    All dolled up

    Stacy Leigh is a photographer working in New York. For the past 6 years she has been working on the series Life Size Silicon Dolls: A Series after picking up […]

  • Atlanta GA artist Brian Dettmer has creates fascinating carvings out of books. Variously described as low relief sculpture, collage and (something) his work examines the nature of the book as […]

    The books the thing…

    Atlanta GA artist Brian Dettmer has creates fascinating carvings out of books. Variously described as low relief sculpture, collage and (something) his work examines the nature of the book as […]

  • ..which is also a play on the use and abuse of “beauty” that is strongly implied in Anoush Abrar’s Californication. There is something “dirty” about the images, and the accompanying […]

    Pretty from afar, and far from pretty…

    ..which is also a play on the use and abuse of “beauty” that is strongly implied in Anoush Abrar’s Californication. There is something “dirty” about the images, and the accompanying […]

  • Polly Borland’s series Smudge is unnerving. It makes we wonder what it would be like if we could all dress in whatever costumes we want, all the time, any time….and […]

    Dress up for grown ups…

    Polly Borland’s series Smudge is unnerving. It makes we wonder what it would be like if we could all dress in whatever costumes we want, all the time, any time….and […]

  • Maybe I’ll get faster once I start posting more but so far, I just can’t seem to post as quickly as my counterparts.  I find downloading and uploading images and […]

    Inside the Box

    Maybe I’ll get faster once I start posting more but so far, I just can’t seem to post as quickly as my counterparts.  I find downloading and uploading images and […]

  • It has been commented that violence is not so much an act, as it is an attitude, a sentiment, or even, as one fictional character put it, like an atmosphere […]

    Happiness is a warm gun….

    It has been commented that violence is not so much an act, as it is an attitude, a sentiment, or even, as one fictional character put it, like an atmosphere […]

  • In a recent conversation with a fellow artist and curator, he commented that the most banal form of art was unquestionably the painted landscape: living where we do, I understand […]

    Carl Warner : Edible Landscapes

    In a recent conversation with a fellow artist and curator, he commented that the most banal form of art was unquestionably the painted landscape: living where we do, I understand […]

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