Posts tagged "photography"
Stuart Leech - Looking Up Again

Stuart Leech – Looking Up Again

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment through a collection of articles and illustrations from a wide array of contributors. The complete magazine can be viewed here. Sale! 40% off!...
Beyond Brutalism

Beyond Brutalism

This is the latest in a series of articles and illustrations from our new special edition publication New Cartography.  The magazine offers readers a fresh and alternative take on mapping the urban environment through a collection of articles and illustrations from a wide array of contributors. The complete magazine can be viewed here. The article was...
Mark Mawson

Mark Mawson

Mark has had a camera in his hands since he was eight years old. After leaving school at 18, he studied photojournalism in Sheffield, England, and then went on to work for many of the national daily newspapers in London such as The Times, The Sunday Times, Today, The Daily...
Heimat

Heimat

We featured the work of the 3is3identity collective in 2010. You can find the work of Christian Kraatz and Lucie Varekova in the Observatory. They are exhibiting in London again, this time at Arbeit. These photos are a small preview of the exhibition that explores the idea of ‘home’, hence...
Beatrix Jourdan

Beatrix Jourdan

Beatrix Jourdan (Beatrix Mészöly) was born in Budapest, attended The Hungarian University of Fine Arts, and is both a freelance graphic designer and photographer. She is currently based in Dakar, Senegal.  Photography has been exhibited in solo and group shows in USA, Italy, Senegal, Luxembourg, Argentina and Hungary. ‘Being a...
The City That Never Changes

The City That Never Changes

“The poignancy of a photograph comes from looking back to a fleeting moment in a floating world.” Allen Ginsberg’s observation seems to be lost on the dozens of eager tourists crammed on Pont des Arts at dusk as they break the heavy, tinted air with bright flashes and grimacing smiles....
Christian Kraatz - We Refuse To Be Enemies

Christian Kraatz – We Refuse To Be Enemies

The series We Refuse to Be Enemies shows the effects of exterior influences in the forming of identity by exhibiting photographs of Dahers vineyard, located in West bank, southwest of Jerusalem. The Nassar family are faced with Israeli destruction orders, road-blocks and denial of access to electricity and drinking water....
Lucie Vařeková - The Grey Jumper

Lucie Vařeková – The Grey Jumper

‘Human beings are creatures of feelings. The outside world as well as our inner world create waves of emotion taking us on journeys of transformation. Through my images I have been able to express the emotions that have washed through me, pulling me this way and that, like a spinning...