It set me thinking of a Georges Seurat painting. I don't know whether these men were unemployed, had been thrown out of their houses by their wives or were just hanging out. They sat in their undies on torn-up cardboard boxes playing chess and drinking odd concoctions out of plastic bottles.
“Clouds of a sky that does not change,” the poet’s verse Dufay and title of the exhibition is a joint effort on the city of Bogota. The project stems from the shared experience between a visual poet and a poet writing.
My headline is slight disingenuous: There actually is no simple recipe for photobook making. If you asked ten people about how to make a photobook, you’d probably end up with ten different answers. That said, from what I can tell, most photobook makers seem to agree on quite a few things. So I thought I’d throw my own thoughts into the mix. I hope that some people might find them useful.
He is the Magnum photographer whose flat in London was a creative haven for photographers during the 1960s, and whose documentary photography course at Newport in succeeding decades became the most successful course in photographic…...
The Finns are “delightfully quirky” according to photographer Martin Parr – who has shared his work in an exhibition with Nokia.
Travelling between Helsinki in the south and Oulu in the north, Parr tried to photograph the essence of a country that’s captivated him since the early 1990s when he was a professor at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki.
Jasper White is a London-based commercial and editorial photographer. White enjoys shooting photographs in a series such as this one on brothels. His recent clients include Post Office, Legal & General, COI, UKTV and Virgin Mobile.
As a writer, I’ve never really been interested in photography per se, but in the work of certain artists who happen to use photography (among other things) and whom I had discovered purely by accident a little more than five years ago.
“I will never cease to be amazed by how much consensus I find among New York’s leading art critics as they all hail and salute the same things, or for that matter, as they all gang up and bash the same things […]. The unanimity bothers me; I wish someone would offer some counterpoint to the prevailing view, bring some fresh air into the dialogue.”
Right, now there are about 750 pictures in the edit for ‘The Quest’ for iPad, spread across 20 different chapters. That is a lot of material. Much more than for a book and way much more than for a publication in a magazine.
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