American photographer and contemporary artist Taryn Simon talks about her work and vision on photography.
This i walked in to on the website of Martin Kollar, funny and alianating work with only a title. The pictures speak for themselves, more or less.
“Betweenlands by Loris Savino; The Mediterranean Sea has changed. In the last months it has been shaken by an immense and liberating roar, leaving everybody astonished. Betweenlands is a blog that tells, through the power of images and video – subtitled by handful of words- the political changes, and their social repercussions, taking place along the two shores of the Mediterranean Sea, shattered by popular riots and spontaneous – though often violent- protests. As if its populations – that we wrongly considered numb – were suddenly infected by a collective hysteria pushing people in the streets; while somebody else is thrown in the sea.”
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With my new (collage related) theme ‘struggle’, i am focusing on the culture of fear that is, in my opinion, and many others, growing in the west. The movie below is about a part of the fundament for this fear.
A 3-day assignment, a serie about a anarchistic left-wing communtity in the city of Berlin, Cut-off from the Berlin society.
As the inhabitants wanted to stay invisible on the pictures, i portrait their communtity by observing the surrounding they made for themselves.
Already posted once before, as a link, but here is a slideshow of Thomas his project on north korea.
A great reportage on the evolution of communism within china. great pictures and very interesting subject.
“In China, communist ideology has mutated and been rebranded for modern times. “Red tourism” is a booming government supported industry that reinforces national pride and drives Chinese tourists to spend more money inside the rural heartland.”
Dominic Nahr is covering the anti-government protests in Cairo for TIME magazine.