║ Kate Peters ║

© Kate Peters, Bulbs, from the series Stranger than fiction, 2008 © Kate Peters, Shoe Tree, from the series Stranger than fiction, 2008 “The American landscape has influenced photographers for many years. The homogenisation of many middle American towns has meant that chain stores and chain restaurants dominate much of the landscape. Kate is interested…

Read More

║ Thorsten Brinkmann ║

© Thorsten Brinkmann, Streefkerk, Berta von Schwarzflug, from the series Portraits of a Serialsammler, 2010 © Thorsten Brinkmann, Streefkerk, Venus del Whitespitz, from the series Portraits of a Serialsammler, 2008 “Enter Thorsten Brinkmann. Here is the confident hand of someone who knows the joke, knows just how to tell it, and, best of all, knows…

Read More

║ Peter Ainsworth ║

© Peter Ainsworth,Untitled, from the series Covered, 2009 © Peter Ainsworth,Untitled, from the series Covered, 2009 <“Covered (Chanctonbury Way), 2009 is a body of work that depicts a palm tree in my father’s garden wrapped in material to protect it from frost over the winter months. The project was completed at the start of spring…

Read More

║ Julieta Sans ║

© Julieta Sans, Mumi – me encantaria que gustes de mi, Dalia Rosetti, from the series Well read, 2008 © Julieta Sans, German – body of a woman, Pablo Neruda, from the series Well read, 2008 “Well Read” is a series of staged portraits of characters from a fictional book chosen by each model, be…

Read More

║ Briony Campbell ║

© Briony Campbell, from the Dad project, 2009 © Briony Campbell, from the Dad project, 2009 “This is the story of an ending without an ending. This is a work in progress and I hope it always will be. This is my attempt to say goodbye to my Dad with the help of my camera.…

Read More

║ Adam Baer ║

© Adam Baer,Untitled, 2005-08 © Adam Baer,Untitled, 2005-08 “This work uses antithetical photographic methods from those employed for the photographic/installation series to create minimal yet still spatially deconstructive and dichotomous images. With the entirety of object, atmosphere, architecture, figure and spatial depth removed this work continue to explore issues of time, memory, contemporary reality and…

Read More

║ Kyungwoo Chun ║

© Kyungwoo Chun, Believing in seeing #7-1, from the series Believing in seeing, 2007 © Kyungwoo Chun, Believing in seeing #2, from the series Believing in seeing, 2007 “I photograph not what I see, but what I believe exists.”1) This words of Chun Kyungwoo stated in an interview reveal his thoughts on photography and imply…

Read More

║ Agata Madejska ║

© Agata Madejska, Litschies, (Lychees), from the series Nocturnes, 2006 © Agata Madejska, Nacken, (neck), from the series Nocturnes, 2006 © Agata Madejska, Vorhang, (curtain), from the series Nocturnes, 2005 “Nocturnes are an expression of my search for certain past picture-styles and remembered images, which have influenced my understanding of an image as such, from…

Read More

║ Eleanor Antin ║

© Eleanor Antin, Going home from Roman Allegories, 2004 © Eleanor Antin, “The Artist’s studio”, from the series “The last days of Pompeii”, 2001 (…) “Roland Barthes claimed that it is impossible to see a photograph, since we characteristically look at, and for, what it represents. Photography, almost invisible, is subsumed by its referent—a face,…

Read More

║ Brigida Mendes ║

© Brigida Mendes, Untitled, 2008 © Brigida Mendes, Untitled, 2008 “Brígida Mendes’s work investigates our perception of reality in relation to historical and present ideas of looking and depicting. Using the act of construction and implied deconstruction, she examines and overstates the line between fiction and reality where our notion of real becomes ungraspable. Developing…

Read More

║ Víctor Vázquez ║

a© Víctor Vázquez, Borders, from the series Body to body, 2005-2009 © Víctor Vázquez, Anthropophagy, from the series Body to body, 2005-2009 “Art produced in the Caribbean teems with images alluding to migratory phenomena of diverse nature, as much for its motivations as for the circumstances of the journey. This imaginary utopia associated with geographic…

Read More

║ Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons ║

© Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Backyard dreams #5, 2005 © Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Replenishing, 2003 “Magdalena Campos-Pons works with themes of identity (female and racial), familial ties, and the friction of having a home in Cuba and a home in the United States. Compos-Pons works with 20 x 24 Polaroids that create brilliant in color. She…

Read More

║ Tanya Marcuse ║

© Tanya Marcuse, Maximilian Helmet, c.1510, from the series Undergarments & Armor, 2002-2004 © Tanya Marcuse, Corset with Hip Pad, from the series Undergarments & Armor, 2002-2004 © Tanya Marcuse, Maximilian Armor, c.1510, from the series Undergarments & Armor, 2002-2004 “From the bizarre steatopygous forms of Victorian bustles to the haunting facial masks on medieval…

Read More

║ María Martínez-Cañas ║

© María Martínez-Cañas, Untitled #71, from the series Duplicity as Identity: Enigma series, 2009 © María Martínez-Cañas, Untitled #123, from the series Duplicity as Identity: Enigma series, 2009 © María Martínez-Cañas, Untitled #76, from the series Duplicity as Identity: Enigma series, 2009 The photographs of María Martínez-Cañas are among the most visually and semiotically complex…

Read More