May 17, 2011
‘ Achim Lippoth is a renown photographer and filmmaker currently living and working in Cologne, Germany. After finishing his college degree in Manchester, he studied art and sports in Cologne. Since 1992 he has worked as a freelance photographer specializing exclusively in images of children. In 1995 he began publishing the children’s fashion magazine, Kids Wear, which Bruce Weber calls ‘the most beautiful magazine in the world’. Kids Wear features work by photographers such as Shelby Lee Adams, Jessica Craig-Martin, Takashi Homma, Richard Kern, Martin Parr, Manuela Pavesi and Lise Sarfati among others. ‘
May 13, 2011
Suk Kuhn Oh was born in Inchon, South Korea. After serving as a photographer in the Korean army, he received a degree in photography from the School of Art and Design at Nottingham Trent University in England. His work has been exhibited in the UK, South Korea, Australia, and the US, and is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and the Ilmin Museum, Seoul.
May 13, 2011
Eric Bridgeman is a multi-disciplinary artist based Brisbane, Australia. Born in October 1986 in Redcliffe (QLD) to Raymond Bridgeman (from Cracow, Central Queensland) and Veronika Gikope Muka (from Gumine, Chimbu Province, Papua New Guinea).
May 10, 2011
Martin lives in central London where he has his photographic studio.He started his photographic career after a number of years working as a creative director in children’s TV (which included dressing up as a furry white alien). Before that he studied psychology at Edinburgh University and then animation at Glasgow School of Art. Martin thinks there is something magical about looking through the lens and capturing a bit of the world. ‘You see an interesting array of shapes – people passing in front of a strangely coloured wall and -click- its yours forever. Its so easy it shouldn’t be allowed’. Link here.
May 2, 2011
Say hello to photographer Benoit Paillé currently based in Montreal.
Apr 29, 2011
” I see my practice as a constant battle against the impossibility of reaching ‘presence’. For years I have been trying hard to bridge photography and performance, and everyday I live the illusion of having fulfilled my ambition. In the core of my practice lies an exchange; between myself and another artist, between the work and the viewer. I see myself reflected in all the artists I have met, collaborated and fallen in love with…Can art be a relationship? Working with different minds and bodies allows me to discover every day something new about my own mind and body. I’ve always wanted to be a sculptor although I’ve been using photography as my main medium. Surface is my material. Surface is my biggest enemy. Maybe curiosity is eating me up inside, but so far it tastes pretty good. ” – Manuel Vason
Apr 27, 2011
Simon Obarzanek was born in Israel in 1968 and currently lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. Studying a Bachelor of Photography in 1989 from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, his first solo show Simon Obarzanek 96-02 was in 2002 at Max Bernstein Gallery, Melbourne. Simon’s work is held in major public galleries including the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Artbank and the Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Gold Coast.
Apr 26, 2011
Wonderful animal photography by Csaba Tökölyi, talented photographer based from Budapest, Hungary. Lovely photos! Click here for the link.
Apr 21, 2011
” I am interested in a kind of ‘entropic’ image”an image that has the capacity to de-familiarize itself. My current work is an attempt to unravel the photograph and play with established notions of time and space, notwithstanding our understanding of what gives things context. Through fragmentation and re-composition of the photographic space, the non-linear nature of reading the image is folded in on itself. The structure of the photograph is unwound and reshuffled. This reshaping is an iterative process that spurs a generation of something altogether different; something ineffable. ” – Jim Kazanjian
Apr 20, 2011
Whitney Vosburgh is a fourth-generation artist who works with pigment, photography, plastic, and light to create shimmering alternative universes. He grew up in Europe and currently lives in Berkeley, California. He has lived, studied, worked and traveled around the world. His work has been shown in Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai, Singapore, Venice, Turin, Berlin, London, Lausanne, New York, Santa Fe, New Orleans, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco.