Marcel Oosterwijk

Marcel Oosterwijk

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Marcel Oosterwijk
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First published in 1992 to wide critical acclaim, Pictures From Home is Larry Sultan’s pendant to his parents. Sultan returned home to Southern California periodically in the 1980s and the decade-long sequence moves between registers, combining contemporary photographs
with lm stills from home movies

First published in 1992 to wide critical acclaim, Pictures From Home is Larry Sultan’s pendant to his parents. Sultan returned home to Southern California periodically in the 1980s and the decade-long sequence moves between registers, combining contemporary photographs with lm stills from home movies

Norwegians like their privacy and yet some peoples curiosity can be obsessive… Many times I have looked at windows and wondered whats going on behind those

Norwegians like their privacy and yet some peoples curiosity can be obsessive… Many times I have looked at windows and wondered whats going on behind those

The FRAC Auvergne is dedicating an exhibition to American photographer Gregory Crewdson that brings together the series Fireflies (1996) and Cathedral of the Pines (2013-2014), both conceived in the town of Becket, Massachusetts, where the artist spent a part of his childhood.

The FRAC Auvergne is dedicating an exhibition to American photographer Gregory Crewdson that brings together the series Fireflies (1996) and Cathedral of the Pines (2013-2014), both conceived in the town of Becket, Massachusetts, where the artist spent a part of his childhood.

Watch: 5 Genius DIY Camera Hacks, Which Anyone Can Pull Off, In 1 Minute - DesignTAXI.com

Watch: 5 Genius DIY Camera Hacks, Which Anyone Can Pull Off, In 1 Minute - DesignTAXI.com

Coco Chanel. The exhibition currently on view at Mouche Gallery in Los Angeles features a compilation of the most prominent images captured throughout American photographer Douglas Kirkland during his 50-year history.

Coco Chanel. The exhibition currently on view at Mouche Gallery in Los Angeles features a compilation of the most prominent images captured throughout American photographer Douglas Kirkland during his 50-year history.

In the footsteps of his naval officer father, François Fontaine criss-crossed South-east Asia, China, Japan and India for more than twenty years. Some long thematic series with titles more poetic than documentary punctuated his journey: Au fil du Mékong, Lost in China, Japanese Whispers, L’Heure sacrée, Rêve d’Orient…

In the footsteps of his naval officer father, François Fontaine criss-crossed South-east Asia, China, Japan and India for more than twenty years. Some long thematic series with titles more poetic than documentary punctuated his journey: Au fil du Mékong, Lost in China, Japanese Whispers, L’Heure sacrée, Rêve d’Orient…

In the footsteps of his naval officer father, François Fontaine criss-crossed South-east Asia, China, Japan and India for more than twenty years. Some long thematic series with titles more poetic than documentary punctuated his journey: Au fil du Mékong, Lost in China, Japanese Whispers, L’Heure sacrée, Rêve d’Orient…

In the footsteps of his naval officer father, François Fontaine criss-crossed South-east Asia, China, Japan and India for more than twenty years. Some long thematic series with titles more poetic than documentary punctuated his journey: Au fil du Mékong, Lost in China, Japanese Whispers, L’Heure sacrée, Rêve d’Orient…

Exploring the grey areas of his native country, the photographer builds a portrait combining no-man’s lands and the inhabitants. The photographs plunge us into the abyss of the territorial and social divide eroding Israel.

Exploring the grey areas of his native country, the photographer builds a portrait combining no-man’s lands and the inhabitants. The photographs plunge us into the abyss of the territorial and social divide eroding Israel.

Edward Burtynsky, renowned for his sublime images investigating natural landscapes transformed by human interference, is currently the subject of an exhibition at Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles. The subjects in Industrial Abstract—international copper, gold, salt mining and lumber operations—are translated into large-scale, sweeping aerials of otherworldly geometries and intoxicating swathes of color.

Edward Burtynsky, renowned for his sublime images investigating natural landscapes transformed by human interference, is currently the subject of an exhibition at Von Lintel Gallery in Los Angeles. The subjects in Industrial Abstract—international copper, gold, salt mining and lumber operations—are translated into large-scale, sweeping aerials of otherworldly geometries and intoxicating swathes of color.

The Russia You’ll Never See On Postcards Through The Lens Of Photographer Alexander Petrosyan

The Russia You’ll Never See On Postcards Through The Lens Of Photographer Alexander Petrosyan