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Toni Greaves: Radical Love

Do yourself a favor and invest one hour of your life into watching Toni Greaves’ documentary about a cloister in New Jersey: http://annenbergphotospace.org/video/toni-greaves-radical-love Toni Greaves follows the first years of a young woman who has chosen to become a nun: She documents the spiritual and every-day lives of this enclosed community, and she does it with […]

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Germany, 29th August 2015

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The Whiteness of the Whale: Paul Graham

 

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Things you can do with a Nikon

I don’t know, but now that everything is digital and effects are coming out of a computer, things have gotten way more boring than that…

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Featured Artist: Jacob Aue Sobol

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Featured Artist: Daisuke Yokota

Are you nostalgic when you’re using a nowadays almost ancient and cumbersome chemical process to produce images? Can this be modern? Can you do something with this that has not been done before? Are you connecting to history or are you just stubborn and can’t let go? Is there such a thing as remixing an image, […]

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Stop And Smell the Roses

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Push More

I guess we all have to attempt to push the envelope more, to go beyond accepted boundaries, beyond photography merely as daily compulsive behaviour and try to really tell authentic stories. It’s the only way for me to see value in proceeding to make pictures – and posting them on social media. — Bart van Damme in an Interview […]

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That Naughty Thing

“I always thought of photography as a naughty thing to do… when I first did it I felt very perverse.” — Diane Arbus I picked up this quote from an Article in the Guardian on Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera. Since I got wasted by that sobering experience that is reading Susan Sontag’s “On Photography, […]

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The Bees

I had so much fun reading Laline Paull’s: The Bees in my holidays. And while you’re at it, stroll over to the MoMA’s Sculpture Garden to see the folks in action…

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