Another great project by Julia Fullerton-Batten. In this project she has posed street cast young women in Hanbok, the traditional Korean clothing, against a backdrop of their austere capital, Seoul. By illustrating their cultural traditions, such as tea ceremonies, gift giving and badminton, against the modern landscape, a tension between old and new is clearly illuminated. Though depicted within these ...Читать далее →
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Tokyo-born, London-based photographer Chino Otsuka takes the past and present photo project to a new level of expert photo manipulation with her series titled Imagine Finding Me. Rather than simply recreating old photographs as an adult, she inserts her present-day self into photos from her childhood. The result is an incredibly believable image that features photos of Otsuka as a ...Читать далее →
“Shimon and Tammar" are a husband and wife pair who specialize in “photographic choreography,” bringing together fractions of reality captured with the camera to creating a new visual language. their work is a fresh take on difficult subjects like food, dance, fashion and people, all in combination with each other – savory, but stylish at the same moment. focusing on ...Читать далее →
Melissa Zexter was born in Rhode Island and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a BFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in Photography from New York University/International Center of Photography, For many years Zexter has combined the slow and meditative process of hand-sewn embroidery with.Читать далее →
Jorg Sundermann studied photography in Europe’s largest commercial studio. His passion as an image hunter and wanderlust spans from the west to Asia, having spent half his life in Singapore where he has nurtured his career. While his extensive work covers advertising, design, corporate, publishing and editorial projects around the world, his passion’s extent is beyond commercial photography. It is ...Читать далее →
Young Korean artist Jee Young Lee recently presented her beautiful, surrealistic and Photoshop-free photography exhibition named “Stage of Mind”. The magic happens in the artist’s small 3,6 x 4,1 x 2,4-meter studio in Seoul. Every single detail is made by hand, from the lighting, the suspended objects and the center elements. Everything added into the set of taking one final ...Читать далее →