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We speak with the influential photographer about the inspirations and experimentations that shaped his work and career.
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Deconstructing Trees. Monochrome photographs exploring the patterns of constructal law in trees.
Would you believe that there might be gold in those old silver photo prints tucked away in dusty family albums or stashed in half-decayed cartons in junkshops?
Photographer Rosie Holtom, a long-time volunteer at a homeless shelter in London, embarked on a portrait project depicting homeless people in a very humane li…
"Fashionista" by David Fokos, inspired by Stephen Fried's book, Thing of Beauty. Photographer David Fokos has an appreciation for real books-- not the
An artist by the name of Lita Albuquerque has christened Antarctica's barren lands the best way she knows how -- by creating the continent's first and largest temporary art installation.
The other day I picked up a signed first edition of what's been called "the best photography book in the world", for £15. "Work" by Brian Griffin, published in 1988, was named the best photo book ...
As a coda to my exchange of letters with Peter Singer on ape rights, here is an edited (and slightly extended) transcript of a talk I gave at 'Do You Humans Own Culture?', a discussion on apes, hum...
I never thought I’d miss Birmingham or it’s surrounding sprawl but I do.
The works these four art stars acquire are eclectic and personal, providing plenty of source material for their own impressive creativity.
Over the past 200,000 years since Homo sapiens evolved, something extraordinary happened.
Researching the researchers: art in global health. By - Zoë Mullan
A seminar was held last week in France on the subject of patronage and photography: Mécène ou producteur? Accompagner la photographie (Patron or Producer? Supporting Photography).
A roundup of favorites from 8 fairs, 3 museums, 3 private collections, and 2 public projects
As his exhibtion and book come to Asia for the first time, Localiiz talks to Anton Kuster about his two-year project phtographing Japan's notorious crime gang the Yakuza.
Ben Davis' collection of essays on Art and Class Art and Class provides a sorely-needed dose of vulgar Marxism after decades of so-called "radical aesthetics.”
This documentary asks the question, Can just anyone make art?
New Orleans celebrates all things photography as they gear up for PhotoNOLA.
For French artist George Rousse, color is clearly important, but space, depth and perspective are everything.
For his book Photography Changes Everything, Marvin Heiferman spoke to experts in 3-D graphics, neurobiology, online dating, the commercial flower industry, global terrorism, giant pandas and snowflake structure to understand the infinite ways...