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Polar Chill: Gerry Johansson

In 2001, through a grant from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat, Gerry Johansson (b. 1945, Swedish) travelled to the inaccessible and distinct landscape of Antarctica on a research trip for two months. With him on the journey he had a large-format camera and his fearless curiosity. The series of photos eventuate in an unusual reality […]

Anton Renborg: 
Notices de la Corse

Summer breeze: Anton Renborg

Anton Renborg’s Corsican journey captures your heart. Lyrical and musical. We can only be in awe of this absolutely stunning production – book-wise and photography-wise. > MORE Anton Renborg: 
Notices de la Corse Designed by:    Jesper Örtegren Text by:    Natacha Wolinski ISBN:    9782350463179 Publisher:    Filigranes Publ. year:    2014 Languages:    English, French Pages:    64 Illustrations:    35 […]

Michael Schmidt: Natur

Deconstruction: Michael Schmidt

This summer release from Mack Books is a sharp, tight series by Michael Schmidt. If there was something called ‘pure photography’, it would Schmidt’s. Sadly, he passed away in May this year – far, far too early. > MORE Michael Schmidt: Natur ISBN:    9781907946585 Publisher:    Mack Books Publ. year:    2014 Language:    English Pages:    104 Illustrations:   […]

Jesper Haynes: Shibuya Scramble

X Crossing: Jesper Haynes

Shibuya Scramble is one of the more hectic places in the world. Swedish-American fashion photographer Jesper Haynes has shot a series of black & white street photographs of women pedestrians making the Tokyo crossing. No faces but legs and shoes.   Jesper Haynes: Shibuya Scramble ISBN:    9786163610867 Publisher:    Pinkuneko Publishing Publ. year:    2014 Language:    English […]

Gail Albert Halaban: Paris Views

Paris Staged And Viewed: Gail Albert Halaban

What pleasure for the eye and mind! This absolutely divine series by American photographer Gail Albert Halaban goes beyond the art of looking. She has carefully staged tableaux of ordinary life in Paris. We get a peek and wonder. It’s dramatic, cinematic and beautifully composed. Impressive! Gail Albert Halaban (born in Washington, D.C., 1970) received […]

Jason Vaughn: Hide

Permanence vs impermance: Jason Vaughn

Jason Vaughn’s series on deer stands began as a commentary on Wisconsin’s hunting tradition. These built structures in nature where hunters loom. But Jason Vaughn was diagnosed with leukemia and the project took on a more personal meaning. “Hide” is not a project about violence and blood-stained clothing, but rather a project about family, traditions, […]

Katharina Roters: Hungarian Cubes - Subversive Ornaments in Socialism

Beating Conformity: Katharina Roters

The Hungarian cube gets a makeover. Transforming family homes of the postwar communist era by hand-made interventions has been away for people to subvert the collective domination in Hungary. The “Magyar Kocka”, or Hungarian Cube, is a standardized type of residential house in Hungary that dates back to the 1920s. It was designed as a […]