Berlin-based critic and conceptual artistcollects and re-uses photographs that other people throw away. Appropriating these discarded, ripped, and mundane photographs, he creates artwork that is alluring, intriguing, and captivating. He speaks about his passion for visual trash, in a great, exclusive audio interview.
Street photography from modern cities where the architecture and urban design of "prosperity" have created public spaces that are crowded with people who nevertheless feel isolated from each other and from their immediate environments.
With compassion and respect, the photographer captures the full range of her parents' experience as they both endure cancer treatments simultaneously—from the daily banter they shared as husband and wife to their shifting dynamic as patient and caregiver.