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- PhotoLondon 2015: Editor's Preview
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- The buzzing, rapidly changing face of Angola’s capital is beautifuly captured in frozen, cyanotype moments of mellow, jazz-like blue.
- What is photography but a split second, a moment of instantaneous perfection snatched out of the stream of time? Our editors select two dozen frames that encapuslate the medium’s enchanting, frozen magic.
- Shot in placeless, deserted landscapes, these images examine the timeless relationship between body and home in contemporary Iranian society as well as for the swelling number of refugees around the world.
- Street photography, that perfect intersection between chance and attention, luck and vision. In the words of a master, “it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
- “This work is my self-defense system against the invasion of my field of vision by the ‘made-up image”—an impassioned and critical examination of how today’s endless flow of mass media destabilises our basic perception of reality.
- Inspired by the visionary writings of sci-fi geniuses and fascinated with the possibilities of chemical-based photography, this London-born artist wanders the streets of his home, capturing the metropolis’ ever-changing faces.
- We continue our in-depth preview of Photo London by sharing a selection of some of the most inspiring portrait photography that will be on show in the Somerset House this week. Hope to see you there!
- Beautiful and masterfully created self-portraits of camouflage; an examination into our search for self. In the artist’s words, “The mystery of identity is never fully resolved. We are always from a time and place to which we can never return.”
- “The only joy in photography is geometry. All the rest is sentiment.” The frame of the camera, through its selectivity and focus, offers us fascinating insight into the (hidden) patterns of our world.
- Fragments of a virtual world co-produced by multiple individuals—these images explore the territory of France through Google Earth, showing us how new technologies have changed the way we perceive space.
- Puncturing, rubbing, piercing: the photographic medium becomes a testing ground for physical interventions, mirroring our own fraught relationship with the natural world.
- From Cartier-Bresson’s trusty 50mm to the phones in our pockets, black and white photography has come a long way and shows no signs of slowing down. Here is a selection of our editors’ favorite monochrome images from the upcoming fair.
- DON’T MISS OUT: A fresh and selective early preview of just a fraction of the wide ranging array of photography that will be on display (and for sale) at Photo London, May 19-22, 2016.
- The full list of exhibitors at this year’s Photo London as well as a great, short video interview with 5 of today’s superstar photographers who will be shown at the fair — inspiration!
- Come enjoy dozens of inspiring interpretations of beauty as a variety of artists (both established and emerging) push photography to its expressive, aesthetic limits. Surely something here will touch your spirit, pique your interest, or allow you to view the world with fresh eyes.
- We continue our in-depth preview of the fair by sharing some of the most stunning nature and landscape photography that will be shown at Photo London this week—enjoy!
- A series of (photographed) performances, which touch upon everything from identity alienation, to imperiled environments and the stark beauty of the desert. This work overflows with energy and inspiration—don’t miss it!
- Images—like swimming pools—are layered with ambiguity and anxiety, constantly in flux, echoing our shifting states of mind.
- The beauty of the sakura lies in the brevity of their blossoming—these simple yet elegant photographs aim to convey not only the flowers’ visual delight but a deeper, subtler feeling of presence and the passage of time.
- FRESH: A highly selective early preview of just some of the contemporary photography that will be on display (and for sale to collectors) at Photo London, May 21-24, 2015.
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