┐ Richard Mosse └

© Richard Mosse, Vintage Violence, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, from the series Infra, 2011 © Richard Mosse, House Of Cards V, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, from the series Infra, 2011 Against all odds I can’t resist these images, though I am aware that is the process itself that draws me in. “Ask Richard Mosse what…

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┐ Luuk Wilmering └

© Luuk Wilmering, Call it by it’s name nr. 1, from the series Birds need shelter, 2011 © Luuk Wilmering, Birdhunters, from the series Birds need shelter, 2011 “Luuk Wilmering‘s latest series, Bird Needs Shelter, was largely created during his work period in the Holsboer studio in the Cité des Arts, Paris, in 2010/2011. Bird…

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┐ Anne Leighton Massoni └

© Anne Leighton Massoni, Summer’s calling wishful pennies, from the series Holding Nancy © Anne Leighton Massoni, Woman wind woodard warehouse, from the series Holding Hila © Anne Leighton Massoni, My prom sunday promenade, from the series Holding Leighton “I’m interested in combining photographs i’ve made of empty spaces (spaces once inhabited or currently inhabited,…

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┐ Devin Yalkin └

© Devin Yalkin, Untitled, from the series Hades (work in progress) © Devin Yalkin, Untitled, from the series Hades (work in progress) “In HADES Devin Yalkin is not so much photographing people, but rather the way they move in space, individually and collectively. He records the culmination in blurring faces, constantly changing gestures and melting…

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┐ So Hing Keung └

© So Hing Keung, Reincarnation of Matter #4, 2010 © So Hing Keung, Reincarnation of Matter #4, 2010 So Hing Keung’s photographs are full of humor. He is trying to bridge the Taoist idea of reincarnation and recycle together with the act of ChouDu (超渡), which means aiding the idling or loitering spirits to detach…

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┐ Liu Yue └

© Liu Yue, Mountain Blossom #4 © Liu Yue, Mountain Blossom #11 “This city is not about other people or buildings or streets but about your mental structure. If we remember what Kafka writes about his Castle, we get a sense of it. Cities really are mental conditions. Beijing is a nightmare. A constant nightmare.”…

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