Nice photographic series from Berlin based Johanna Klein
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These images were produced by American artist Jim Sanborn using large format, light projection directly onto different landscapes. All of the pieces were photographed at night using long exposures, sometimes lit with searchlights. The landforms themselves are quite large, and as such required the projector and camera to be, about ½ mile away from the subject landscape.
Quickly falling in love with Christian Webers work, across photography and film. This image of Rick Ross certainly is the boss.
Christian Weber is an Ohio born film-maker and photographer widely recognised for challenging the conventional interpretation of modern beauty, demonstrating a raw elegance that is both profound and precise.
HR favourites Give Up Art and photographer Shaun Bloodworth are busy preparing for new exhibition Rinse: A Visual Retrospective – a ten-day exhibit staged to celebrate the design and photography of the seminal London-based radio station and record label, featuring the work of both creatives.
The event will be held at the Truman Brewery Gallery – shop 14, Hanbury Street, London for 10 days from 12th to 21st of August, falling on the 10th anniversary of the world famous, Rinse-afflilated FWD club night, which is held on 20th August. Big.
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This October, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter. The end result, a beautifully packaged box set of the film and companion soundtrack, will be released to backers of the project as a physical artifact of the unique and awe-inspiring experience.
Thomas Adam is an Edinburgh-based artist who employs low-tech techniques to examine ideas of the medium within a physical manner, in an attempt to blur the lines between the established concepts of drawing, the physical and the metaphysical.
Loving this beautiful photographic project titled ‘Cold Stations’ by Matt Barnes, a fellow Edinburgh College of Art graduate. If your not familiar with Matt’s work, you know what to do.
Gregoire Vieille discovered first photography at fourteen years old, while he was living with his parents in Rome’s international artist residency Villa Medicis for two years. He later studied in Paris and developed a preference for studio and still life work as well as advertising campaigns and commissions alongside architectural interiors.
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Loose Leaf is a ‘hybrid format’ limited edition publication featuring commissioned and previously unpublished artworks. Packaged in an ‘unbound format allows the viewer to edit, select, and reshuffle images on an ongoing basis.’ A lovely project from Tom Crabtree at Manual out of San Francisco, check out the Loose Leaf website for more information.
Shaun Bloodworth mounts his first solo exhibition ‘Underground’ of photographs documenting the electronic music scene, with portraits and films from the UK, Europe and the United States since 2005. The exhibition will run from 28th April until 16th May, at Bank Street Arts in Sheffield City Centre. Also featuring collaborative work with our chums at GiveUpArt and Humanstudio.
Matthew Donaldson is a director and photographer whose career began by assisting Norman Parkinson, Lord Snowdon and Terence Donovan. With this wealth of experience, Matthew went freelance and soon had his first commercial studio set up in Charlotte Street, London. Working internationally, continuously in demand, and notoriously shooting some form of image every day, Matthew is a highly respected and very prolific fashion and beauty photographer. His clean crisp style has lent itself to many campaigns for clients including Sony, Harrods, Sony Ericsson, Kvadrat, Swarovski, Coca Cola and The Macallan.
The short film above is a recent collaboration between Matthew, internationally renowned hairstylist Sam McKnight, make-up artist Val Garland and music by Zero 7. As his model daughter Lily spins 360 degrees, her hair buffeted by four wind machines, Donaldson stretches two seconds into two hypnotic minutes, capturing every exquisite movement at 1,000 frames per second.
The work of Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950s – 1990s, was discovered at an auction in Chicago. The discovery includes over 100,000 medium format negatives, thousands of prints, and 20-30,000 undeveloped negatives. John Maloof, who owns approximately 90-95% of the work bought at auction, was inspired by Maier’s work to take up street photography himself, who has taken on the mantle of continuing to photograph the streets and people of Chicago.