something wild coming not from the mind."
— Dmitri Poltavski, a photographer and graphic artist residing in Chita, Russia.
Listen to the artist talk about making his 7" x 17" platinum contact prints for the 21st century.
Dubbed "wonderfully surreal" (and "slightly insane"), Rimaldas Viksraitis is renowned for his uncompromising and honest look at rural Lithuanian life—in this exclusive interview, we share never-before-published pictures and get touchingly personal insight into this master's view on the world.
China, inundated with the universal celebrations of youth and beauty (as well as changing demographics), has lost its connection to its aging population. These portraits offer a last look at a largely forgotten (and quickly disappearing) portion of the nation's people.
How much visual information do we really need to see a picture and understand it? How do photographs define our memories, and what would happen if the photos started to lose their details?