The Swedish photographer Lars Tunbjörk, known for his deadpan portraits of office spaces and suburban lifestyles, came to mind. I spoke with Tunbjörk about his current show, at the Amador Gallery, and how some of his more comical images came together.
Title of publication: POV Female London Name of artist: Charlotte Player, Tara Darby, Bronwen Parker-Rhodes,Rasha Kahil & Briony Campbell Design: Damien Poulain Editor: Damien Poulain with the artists Series name: POV Female Press: oodee...
A few months ago, I started thinking about imagery that I didn't capture, and recalled a Martha Stewart quote where she stated that she had a better memory of the items she didn't buy at yard sales and flea markets, than the items she did buy.
Hanged with a leather chord and cast into a Danish bog 2,300 years ago, Tollund Man was probably a sacrifice. Like other bodies found preserved in Europe's peat bogs, he poses haunting questions. How was he chosen?
Larry Sultan [..] in his remarkable project, “Pictures from Home” (1992). The book is a narrative collage, consisting of still images from old home movies, transcribed interviews and conversations with his parents, historic family snapshots and mementos, combined with writing and photographs by Sultan himself.
MWWhat inspired you to start taking photographs, and what is the primary inspiration for you to keep working in this field?TGI started as a painter, but I discovered it requires a lot of isolation and the discipline of a monk.
Fashion 2112 raises questions about criteria of beauty. What will “attractiveness” look like in the future? Once the predicted disappearance of certain commodities in our consumerist world actually occurs, what will stylish people yearn to wear?
I read that you studied history and archeology in college and then went on to get your masters in Shipwreck Archeology. How did you go from that to photography and how did you know that this was the career that you wanted to pursue?
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