Daisuke Yokota’s “Taratine” is a personal journey between the worlds he once knew of his mother to that of his lover.
What once was is now that of accouterments of a lifetime wasted in the stable of senseless mediocrity. I type trying bitterly (perhaps) to formulate the playful hypocrisies of a
”I go to places and I have the belief that if I can photograph well, the places will educate me to things I do not know about them."
“We were able to forget the economic rise of Africa, the Congo’s political history, the instability of democracy in this part of the world, trade routes, and whatever else is
Carly Steinbrunn’s 'The Voyage of Discovery' is a self-contained universe, a set of images that are also gateways to a journey inside of signs.
Flies dancing in the light hovering above his eye, occasionally dropping to his occulus to suck at the seam of his eyelid; some sweet nectar from his unproven young tear
"I did suffer under the Soviet system; I didn’t really want to fight but was fed up with the system. Everything was red, red and red. When I was taking
At its base, 'Un Universe Pequeno' seeks to convey, in visual terms, that of a similarity to speech. This is where the base of communication meets that of the expression
Dennis McGrath’s Heaven approaches the life of Lynwood “Lennie” Kirk, a former professional skateboarder, current born-again Christian and ward of the state of California. Dennis McGrath’s Heaven approaches the life
“Work by established artists can help position and elevate the work of a recent graduate, whilst the graduate’s work re-contextualizes and refreshes the established work”. Flowers Gallery Chris Littlewood Interview
“Since I became director in October 2014, I followed the emphasis on quality, but also started showing exhibitions that relate more to cultural matters, such as fashion, history and biography,
Daisuke Yokota’s Subversive Appreciation of Time.
”It seems to us that there is a huge shift in how the industry and photographers are operating and the lines between fine art and commercial photography are blurring, paving
”Thomas sent across a very polite email, stating, ‘I am mostly interested in the surprising way you could digest such a body of material. I contacted you because I think
” The overlapping of basic subjects, the presentation of identities and where life/energy goes, is embedded in these content matters which superficially seem to be diverse but are really very