RA before Sunset #15, by Gonzalo Bénard

RA before sunset. by Gonzalo Benard

RA is a teenager trying to find his place on earth. Before sunset.RA before sunset is a series of hidden corners in one’s life. Or how having a body makes more difficult to cross the walls.  because you need and want

RA before Sunset #15, by Gonzalo Bénard

RA before sunset. by Gonzalo Benard

RA is a teenager trying to find his place on earth. Before sunset.RA before sunset is a series of hidden corners in one’s life. Or how having a body makes more difficult to cross the walls.  because you need and want

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The Imaginary Beings, by Gonzalo Bénard

“The Imaginary Beings” is a book by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, but it’s also an exhibition by Gonzalo Bénard in the Cultural Centre of Cascais, from 1st August to 19th October 2014. Gonzalo Bénard will show 30 new artworks

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The Imaginary Beings, by Gonzalo Bénard

“The Imaginary Beings” is a book by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, but it’s also an exhibition by Gonzalo Bénard in the Cultural Centre of Cascais, from 1st August to 19th October 2014. Gonzalo Bénard will show 30 new artworks

by Jeremy M

50 Shades of Monochrome by Jeremy M.

Taking photographs shouldn’t be about the gear, because getting hung up on technology is a quick way to cramp our creative process.  Besides, if you do a quick search online you will quickly find some extraordinary images taken with smart-phones

by Jeremy M

50 Shades of Monochrome by Jeremy M.

Taking photographs shouldn’t be about the gear, because getting hung up on technology is a quick way to cramp our creative process.  Besides, if you do a quick search online you will quickly find some extraordinary images taken with smart-phones

by Anna Zavileiskaia

The Sacred and Profane Anna Zavileiskaia

I’m quite sure that Anna never gets bored. Anna Zavileiskaia was born in Moscow and trained as architect now living and works in Budapest. On her breaks, like any creator has, Anna cuts little people from cards and play with

by Anna Zavileiskaia

The Sacred and Profane Anna Zavileiskaia

I’m quite sure that Anna never gets bored. Anna Zavileiskaia was born in Moscow and trained as architect now living and works in Budapest. On her breaks, like any creator has, Anna cuts little people from cards and play with

Wing, by Gonzalo Bénard

I will leave trails in 3 clouds

“If I ever disappear will you still remember me? and you, will you ever forget me? I will leave trails in 3 clouds in the foam of the 3 waves that you’ll listen to in some crackling fire whenever you

Wing, by Gonzalo Bénard

I will leave trails in 3 clouds

“If I ever disappear will you still remember me? and you, will you ever forget me? I will leave trails in 3 clouds in the foam of the 3 waves that you’ll listen to in some crackling fire whenever you

Back Up, by Gonzalo Bénard 2014

on Face Identity

  One of the perks of walking around in the city without glasses is the blurriness on other people’s face. If face is identity, I then walk amongst faceless souls. Every time a face comes up, a face that I

Back Up, by Gonzalo Bénard 2014

on Face Identity

  One of the perks of walking around in the city without glasses is the blurriness on other people’s face. If face is identity, I then walk amongst faceless souls. Every time a face comes up, a face that I

World War II battle by soldier Louis J. Archambeau

The Lost and Found World War II photographs

Captain Mark D. Anderson of the United States Navy and historian Jean Muller were searching for artifacts from The Battle of the Bulge in the mountainsides of Luxembourg when their metal detector alerted them to something just under their feet.

World War II battle by soldier Louis J. Archambeau

The Lost and Found World War II photographs

Captain Mark D. Anderson of the United States Navy and historian Jean Muller were searching for artifacts from The Battle of the Bulge in the mountainsides of Luxembourg when their metal detector alerted them to something just under their feet.

by Len Prince - Untitled

Out of the Blues X

I’m sure you’re missing the 2HeadS “Out of the Blues”. So here you have it. This week with photographs by Irving Penn, Len Prince, Marc Allégret, Ma Liang, Pierre Boucher, Felix Lupa, Max Ernst, Stuart Franklin, Antonio Perez Rio, Zanele

by Len Prince - Untitled

Out of the Blues X

I’m sure you’re missing the 2HeadS “Out of the Blues”. So here you have it. This week with photographs by Irving Penn, Len Prince, Marc Allégret, Ma Liang, Pierre Boucher, Felix Lupa, Max Ernst, Stuart Franklin, Antonio Perez Rio, Zanele

Omo Valley by Terri Gold

The Omo Valley of Terri Gold

I have to be honest. When I saw this series I immediatly had a mix feeling: I liked it, at the same time that I had the thought: well, now we have infrared being trendy (after Mosse). And I’m not

Omo Valley by Terri Gold

The Omo Valley of Terri Gold

I have to be honest. When I saw this series I immediatly had a mix feeling: I liked it, at the same time that I had the thought: well, now we have infrared being trendy (after Mosse). And I’m not

from the series "Keiyo Street", Tokyo, by Sebastian Schlüter

Keiyo Street, by Sebastian Schlüter

After seeing Sebastian Schlüter‘s series “Keiyo Street”, a few questions came up to my mind… mostly about rhythms of life. And about the life of music: 2HeadS – We tend to get used to the city in which we grow

from the series "Keiyo Street", Tokyo, by Sebastian Schlüter

Keiyo Street, by Sebastian Schlüter

After seeing Sebastian Schlüter‘s series “Keiyo Street”, a few questions came up to my mind… mostly about rhythms of life. And about the life of music: 2HeadS – We tend to get used to the city in which we grow

from "Ecce Homo" by Evelyn Bencicova

Ecce Homo by Evelyn Bencicova

Evelyn Bencicova’s series “Ecce Homo” was a beautiful surprise in this week. I didn’t know her work, but this series captivated me by its clean beauty, tones, composition, lines and movement. In Ecce Homo there are no faces, no personality,

from "Ecce Homo" by Evelyn Bencicova

Ecce Homo by Evelyn Bencicova

Evelyn Bencicova’s series “Ecce Homo” was a beautiful surprise in this week. I didn’t know her work, but this series captivated me by its clean beauty, tones, composition, lines and movement. In Ecce Homo there are no faces, no personality,

Man selling mummies in Egypt, 1875.

Historical Photographs (NSFW)

More than literature, visual arts have been giving us a sense of history since the very first visual representation. From fashion to politics, sociology to history itself, there is lots of information we can get from paintings and photography in

Man selling mummies in Egypt, 1875.

Historical Photographs (NSFW)

More than literature, visual arts have been giving us a sense of history since the very first visual representation. From fashion to politics, sociology to history itself, there is lots of information we can get from paintings and photography in

JL7 for BSBS by Gonzalo Bénard

Autistic Solitude vs. Loneliness: the B Shot by a Stranger project

While we can experience solitude – as part of our personality or as a fulfilment by itself -, being or feeling lonely is quite a different thing. Solitude is great, you feel independent, you’re able to deal with your own

JL7 for BSBS by Gonzalo Bénard

Autistic Solitude vs. Loneliness: the B Shot by a Stranger project

While we can experience solitude – as part of our personality or as a fulfilment by itself -, being or feeling lonely is quite a different thing. Solitude is great, you feel independent, you’re able to deal with your own

by Yohji Yamamoto

Out of the Blues IX

Following the series Out of the blues, here’s the lost & found selection for this week: Amiko Kavtaradze, Caio Vita, Jeff Bark, Namsa Leuba, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, Sebastian-Alexander Stamatis, Frank Rheinboldt, Terry Magson, Tetsuro Sato, Gonzalo Bénard and Yohji

by Yohji Yamamoto

Out of the Blues IX

Following the series Out of the blues, here’s the lost & found selection for this week: Amiko Kavtaradze, Caio Vita, Jeff Bark, Namsa Leuba, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, Sebastian-Alexander Stamatis, Frank Rheinboldt, Terry Magson, Tetsuro Sato, Gonzalo Bénard and Yohji

Ball1999 by Elijah Gowin

Hymnal of Dreams, by Elijah Gowin

“Raised in the Northern United States by Southern parents, I have always considered my Southern roots to provide a true sense of home and place.  A slice of family land in Virginia, nourished by stories of relatives long dead, provides

Ball1999 by Elijah Gowin

Hymnal of Dreams, by Elijah Gowin

“Raised in the Northern United States by Southern parents, I have always considered my Southern roots to provide a true sense of home and place.  A slice of family land in Virginia, nourished by stories of relatives long dead, provides

by Gerard Say

The Grotesque Flagellantism, by Gerard Asay

Once in a while we have great submissions and Gerard Asay‘s work came over shortly after I asked for work conencting Religion/Faith with Body/Skin. About this series “Flagellantism – A grotesque phenomenon in the Philippines”, Gerard Asay wrote: “Flagellation is

by Gerard Say

The Grotesque Flagellantism, by Gerard Asay

Once in a while we have great submissions and Gerard Asay‘s work came over shortly after I asked for work conencting Religion/Faith with Body/Skin. About this series “Flagellantism – A grotesque phenomenon in the Philippines”, Gerard Asay wrote: “Flagellation is

by Vlad Dumitrescu

From Transylvania with Love, by Vlad Dumitrescu

“An introduction of my work should start with a short description of Romania. The magic of this country lies in its landscapes and in its warm people that are living in villages from very close to the sea to the

by Vlad Dumitrescu

From Transylvania with Love, by Vlad Dumitrescu

“An introduction of my work should start with a short description of Romania. The magic of this country lies in its landscapes and in its warm people that are living in villages from very close to the sea to the

by Viviane Sassen

Flamboya, by Viviane Sassen

Viviane Sassen (Dutch, born 1972) studied fashion design and photography before receiving an MFA from Ateliers Arnhem, the Netherlands. Some of her earliest memories are of life in Kenya, where she spent three years as a child. When her family

by Viviane Sassen

Flamboya, by Viviane Sassen

Viviane Sassen (Dutch, born 1972) studied fashion design and photography before receiving an MFA from Ateliers Arnhem, the Netherlands. Some of her earliest memories are of life in Kenya, where she spent three years as a child. When her family

by Tanya Habjouqa

Occupied Pleasures, by Tanya Habjouqa

Tanya Habjouqa was born in Jordan and educated in the United States, receiving her masters in Global Media and Middle East Politics from the University of London SOAS. Beginning her career in Texas, she documented Mexican migrant communities and urban

by Tanya Habjouqa

Occupied Pleasures, by Tanya Habjouqa

Tanya Habjouqa was born in Jordan and educated in the United States, receiving her masters in Global Media and Middle East Politics from the University of London SOAS. Beginning her career in Texas, she documented Mexican migrant communities and urban

by Maurizio Cattelan

Out of the Blues VIII (NSFW)

Following the Out of the Blues VII (NSFW), here’s the lost & found selection for this week: Alexis Vasilikos, Christian Vogt, Jeff Bark, Josef Koudelka, Frank-Rheinboldt, Lukas Holas, Maurizio Cattelan, Oleg Kulik, Ray Bidegain, Claire Laude, Walter Rosenblum, Tanya Traboulsi, Katharine

by Maurizio Cattelan

Out of the Blues VIII (NSFW)

Following the Out of the Blues VII (NSFW), here’s the lost & found selection for this week: Alexis Vasilikos, Christian Vogt, Jeff Bark, Josef Koudelka, Frank-Rheinboldt, Lukas Holas, Maurizio Cattelan, Oleg Kulik, Ray Bidegain, Claire Laude, Walter Rosenblum, Tanya Traboulsi, Katharine

Mon Histoire avec les Pierres, by Laurent Millet, 1999

Une Encyclopédie Imaginaire, by Laurent Millet

Une Encyclopédie Imaginaire, by Laurent Millet. If you take a walk through Millet’s work you will feel connected. Connected with nature, as human. With our own doubts and wonderings. Our own weight and our own lightness of being. Our paths

Mon Histoire avec les Pierres, by Laurent Millet, 1999

Une Encyclopédie Imaginaire, by Laurent Millet

Une Encyclopédie Imaginaire, by Laurent Millet. If you take a walk through Millet’s work you will feel connected. Connected with nature, as human. With our own doubts and wonderings. Our own weight and our own lightness of being. Our paths

by Jean-Marc Caimi

Daily Bread, by Jean-Marc Caimi (NSFW)

Daily Bread, by Jean-Marc Caimi 30th of May – 29th of June 2014 at Galleri Vasli Souza   “Sex, food, nature, the city where I live, my son, relationships, friends, family, even fleeting encounters, these moments enrich me as a

by Jean-Marc Caimi

Daily Bread, by Jean-Marc Caimi (NSFW)

Daily Bread, by Jean-Marc Caimi 30th of May – 29th of June 2014 at Galleri Vasli Souza   “Sex, food, nature, the city where I live, my son, relationships, friends, family, even fleeting encounters, these moments enrich me as a

Untitled by David J Romero

La Petite Mort shows its Collection (NSFW)

If you’re in Canada, you can’t miss this opportunity! If you’re not, check them at La Petite Mort Gallery. La Petite Mort Gallery is making a special photography sale in Collaboration with SPAO / School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa from

Untitled by David J Romero

La Petite Mort shows its Collection (NSFW)

If you’re in Canada, you can’t miss this opportunity! If you’re not, check them at La Petite Mort Gallery. La Petite Mort Gallery is making a special photography sale in Collaboration with SPAO / School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa from

by Alberto Garcia Alix

Alberto Garcia-Alix (NSFW)

“Photography has something infernal about it: there’s no coming back.” Alberto Garcia-Alix is a Spanish photographer who seems to have led the Movida Madrileña, bringing to light powerful images of this cultural movement. With him were some of the most

by Alberto Garcia Alix

Alberto Garcia-Alix (NSFW)

“Photography has something infernal about it: there’s no coming back.” Alberto Garcia-Alix is a Spanish photographer who seems to have led the Movida Madrileña, bringing to light powerful images of this cultural movement. With him were some of the most

by Alexis Vasilikos

Myths of the Human, by Alexis Vasilikos

“There is a story I heard in India, which says that when the consciousness manifested for the first time the first thing it did, for a split second, was to return back to the unmanifest and then it appeared as

by Alexis Vasilikos

Myths of the Human, by Alexis Vasilikos

“There is a story I heard in India, which says that when the consciousness manifested for the first time the first thing it did, for a split second, was to return back to the unmanifest and then it appeared as

by Chang Chao-Tang

Chang Chao-Tang, the Ironic Absurdity

Chang Chao-Tang began with photography in 1959, while still in high school, which was during Taiwan’s long period of martial law, known as the White Terror that ended in 1987. Until recently, Chang executed his work in stark, shadowy black-and-white,

by Chang Chao-Tang

Chang Chao-Tang, the Ironic Absurdity

Chang Chao-Tang began with photography in 1959, while still in high school, which was during Taiwan’s long period of martial law, known as the White Terror that ended in 1987. Until recently, Chang executed his work in stark, shadowy black-and-white,

Shaman, by Gonzalo Bénard

A Shamanic Totem

Few days ago, after I made public my new series for the exhibiton I’m preparing for July, I got an amazing email about the new series: (…) “By definition totem is an object while shaman is an individual, this series

Shaman, by Gonzalo Bénard

A Shamanic Totem

Few days ago, after I made public my new series for the exhibiton I’m preparing for July, I got an amazing email about the new series: (…) “By definition totem is an object while shaman is an individual, this series

by Eikoh Hosoe

Out of the Blues VII (NSFW)

Here we are again to show few photographs that caught my eye this week! Some of them were new to me, some others not, but some photographs get even better when we look to them another time. They’re classy. No

by Eikoh Hosoe

Out of the Blues VII (NSFW)

Here we are again to show few photographs that caught my eye this week! Some of them were new to me, some others not, but some photographs get even better when we look to them another time. They’re classy. No

by Mario Cravo Neto

My Top 20 Photographers (NSFW)

You often ask me who are the photographers I most admire, those I never cease to look at to learn with, those who inspired and keep inspiring me the most. Even though my inspiration comes more from music, literature, humanity

by Mario Cravo Neto

My Top 20 Photographers (NSFW)

You often ask me who are the photographers I most admire, those I never cease to look at to learn with, those who inspired and keep inspiring me the most. Even though my inspiration comes more from music, literature, humanity

Hybrid #15, by Gonzalo Bénard

Hybrids (NSFW)

“Hybrids” is a series of photographs with half humans half animals, part of the exhibition “The Imaginary Beings” inspired in the homonymous book by Jorge Luis Borges, in the classic mythology, Palaeolithic shamanism and in the Medieval Bestiary, to be

Hybrid #15, by Gonzalo Bénard

Hybrids (NSFW)

“Hybrids” is a series of photographs with half humans half animals, part of the exhibition “The Imaginary Beings” inspired in the homonymous book by Jorge Luis Borges, in the classic mythology, Palaeolithic shamanism and in the Medieval Bestiary, to be

YC9, by ©GBénard

B Shot by a Stranger: The New Loners (NSFW)

In this generation of screenagers, it seems that loneliness is taking an incredible role. People doesn’t smell each other anymore. They don’t touch each other. They barely know what a hug means. They have screens. They touch the screens. They

YC9, by ©GBénard

B Shot by a Stranger: The New Loners (NSFW)

In this generation of screenagers, it seems that loneliness is taking an incredible role. People doesn’t smell each other anymore. They don’t touch each other. They barely know what a hug means. They have screens. They touch the screens. They

by Billy und Hells

Out of the Blues VI

Here’s the Out of the Blues selection of the week: Billy und Hells, Freddie Ardley, Karborn, Rodney Smith, Robyn Cumming, Sayaka Maruyama, Paul Blanca, Constantin Brancusi by himself, George Mallory by Duncan Grant, Violeta La Burra by Humberto Rivas, and

by Billy und Hells

Out of the Blues VI

Here’s the Out of the Blues selection of the week: Billy und Hells, Freddie Ardley, Karborn, Rodney Smith, Robyn Cumming, Sayaka Maruyama, Paul Blanca, Constantin Brancusi by himself, George Mallory by Duncan Grant, Violeta La Burra by Humberto Rivas, and

Self-Portrait as Marina A., by ©GBénard, April 2014

The Invisible Straw.

Self portrait as Marina A with the Invisible Straw. Title for an Art Performance: “The Invisible Straw“. Location: Louvre, next to Mona. Guest: James F. (who happens to be passing by and we will be surprised to see each other).

Self-Portrait as Marina A., by ©GBénard, April 2014

The Invisible Straw.

Self portrait as Marina A with the Invisible Straw. Title for an Art Performance: “The Invisible Straw“. Location: Louvre, next to Mona. Guest: James F. (who happens to be passing by and we will be surprised to see each other).

April 25th, 1974. by Ana Hatherly

Ana Hatherly, April 25th 1974.

or the Portuguese revolution 40 years ago. Portugal always had this need of dragging its own past with it, and its past has so much weight in its people that they never have strength enough to go further to the

April 25th, 1974. by Ana Hatherly

Ana Hatherly, April 25th 1974.

or the Portuguese revolution 40 years ago. Portugal always had this need of dragging its own past with it, and its past has so much weight in its people that they never have strength enough to go further to the

Boy with bandaged head, by Victor Ershov 1990

Victor Ershov’s People

It’s not an easy task to find his work on internet, in this age in which you can find everything about everyone. But I was preparing a new Out of the Blues, when I stumbled upon couple webpages with some

Boy with bandaged head, by Victor Ershov 1990

Victor Ershov’s People

It’s not an easy task to find his work on internet, in this age in which you can find everything about everyone. But I was preparing a new Out of the Blues, when I stumbled upon couple webpages with some

Carte Blanche, by Pierre et Gilles

May, Month of Masters. in Paris.

As I wrote before at Out of the Blues V, if you’re not in Paris this month of May 2014, you definitely should come! It’s not the month of photography, but it seems so. In fact, every month seems a month

Carte Blanche, by Pierre et Gilles

May, Month of Masters. in Paris.

As I wrote before at Out of the Blues V, if you’re not in Paris this month of May 2014, you definitely should come! It’s not the month of photography, but it seems so. In fact, every month seems a month

by ©G.Bénard

a Not To Do list!

a Not To Do list!   I’ve been doing some Portfolio Reviews, and being jury on some contests. Here is a Not to Do list, specially for young photographers and amateurs. And some professional photographers as well. This is a

by ©G.Bénard

a Not To Do list!

a Not To Do list!   I’ve been doing some Portfolio Reviews, and being jury on some contests. Here is a Not to Do list, specially for young photographers and amateurs. And some professional photographers as well. This is a

Selfie Scanned with Moustache, by ©Gonzalo Bénard 2014

Self Scanned

Sometimes, – and by sometimes I mean always – when you’re too focused on different projects and works for long time, and before you get blocked, you should take a break. Not to go visit the fridge once more, or

Selfie Scanned with Moustache, by ©Gonzalo Bénard 2014

Self Scanned

Sometimes, – and by sometimes I mean always – when you’re too focused on different projects and works for long time, and before you get blocked, you should take a break. Not to go visit the fridge once more, or

Nudes in Beach, 1975, by Peter Kovach

Out of the Blues V

I’ve been travelling/working this week and I didn’t do any new posts, so here are few photographs I stumble upon this week, mainly on Tumblr. Some of them were submitted to YCP. Soon I’ll do a post about 3 great

Nudes in Beach, 1975, by Peter Kovach

Out of the Blues V

I’ve been travelling/working this week and I didn’t do any new posts, so here are few photographs I stumble upon this week, mainly on Tumblr. Some of them were submitted to YCP. Soon I’ll do a post about 3 great

by Ren Hang

Ren Hang: In Addition To Sleep (NSFW)

In Addition To Sleep “With an intense clarity of colour and uncompromising curiosity for both men’s and women’s physical realm captures Ren Hang´s comprehensive and bold works body performativity and the Chinese youth´s impatience and tradition-breaking ratings. Ren Hang was

by Ren Hang

Ren Hang: In Addition To Sleep (NSFW)

In Addition To Sleep “With an intense clarity of colour and uncompromising curiosity for both men’s and women’s physical realm captures Ren Hang´s comprehensive and bold works body performativity and the Chinese youth´s impatience and tradition-breaking ratings. Ren Hang was

TK8 for BSBS 2014 by ©GBénard

B Shot by a Stranger: It Keeps Going (NSFW)

Gonzalo Bénard in a quest of understanding the loneliness of youth, its causes and consequences, has been asking to a few strangers/volunteers – through social networks -, if he could shoot them through webcam, avoiding the physical or energetic presence,

TK8 for BSBS 2014 by ©GBénard

B Shot by a Stranger: It Keeps Going (NSFW)

Gonzalo Bénard in a quest of understanding the loneliness of youth, its causes and consequences, has been asking to a few strangers/volunteers – through social networks -, if he could shoot them through webcam, avoiding the physical or energetic presence,

by Ben Zank

Ben Zank in Suit (NSFW)

Sometime ago, in the article Creativity, The Immediate Long Term, I mentioned the new generation of levitating teenagers who play with red smokes and balloons. Maybe 7 years ago when flickr started, some young photographers did the same, creating dream

by Ben Zank

Ben Zank in Suit (NSFW)

Sometime ago, in the article Creativity, The Immediate Long Term, I mentioned the new generation of levitating teenagers who play with red smokes and balloons. Maybe 7 years ago when flickr started, some young photographers did the same, creating dream

War Children, Lebanon, by ©Samer Mohdad

Samer Mohdad, War Children (NSFW)

Samer Mohdad was born in 1964 in Bzebdine, Lebanon, to a father who was an engineer and a mother who was a poet. After the Lebanese Civil War broke out, his adolescence was marked by bombs, exile fighting, and the

War Children, Lebanon, by ©Samer Mohdad

Samer Mohdad, War Children (NSFW)

Samer Mohdad was born in 1964 in Bzebdine, Lebanon, to a father who was an engineer and a mother who was a poet. After the Lebanese Civil War broke out, his adolescence was marked by bombs, exile fighting, and the

Mask #3, by ©Gonzalo Bénard

Nude Thoughts with Gonzalo Bénard

I was recently interviewed by Julia Matcovschi for Wearona, and as usual I post interview here after some time. Sometimes interviews can be a bit boring, sometimes they are more interesting and unusual, like this one: “Nude as in honest-in

Mask #3, by ©Gonzalo Bénard

Nude Thoughts with Gonzalo Bénard

I was recently interviewed by Julia Matcovschi for Wearona, and as usual I post interview here after some time. Sometimes interviews can be a bit boring, sometimes they are more interesting and unusual, like this one: “Nude as in honest-in

How Much Can You Carry? series, 2012, by Floriane de Lassée - Courtesy Floriane de Lassée and La Galerie Particulière

Out of the Blues IV

Did you miss the Out of the Blues? Here you have more: random photographs that I found during the week that caught my eyes: Related posts: Out of the Blues III (NSFW); Out of the Blues II ; Out of the

How Much Can You Carry? series, 2012, by Floriane de Lassée - Courtesy Floriane de Lassée and La Galerie Particulière

Out of the Blues IV

Did you miss the Out of the Blues? Here you have more: random photographs that I found during the week that caught my eyes: Related posts: Out of the Blues III (NSFW); Out of the Blues II ; Out of the

from the series Immortals by Vee Speers

Immortals, by Vee Speers

Vee Speers is an Australian born who lived in Paris for more than 20 years. You might know her work from the article “Paris Photo 2013, a safe place“, in which she was represented by some of her photographs of

from the series Immortals by Vee Speers

Immortals, by Vee Speers

Vee Speers is an Australian born who lived in Paris for more than 20 years. You might know her work from the article “Paris Photo 2013, a safe place“, in which she was represented by some of her photographs of

Black on White, by Alexander Kargaltsev

Gay, Russian and Naked, by Alexander Kargaltsev

2HeadS means “Nude Thoughts on Photography”. And this work by Russian born Alexander Kargaltsev is a unique statement on that. In 2HeadS there’s no space – no time and no energy either – to label people more than humans. We

Black on White, by Alexander Kargaltsev

Gay, Russian and Naked, by Alexander Kargaltsev

2HeadS means “Nude Thoughts on Photography”. And this work by Russian born Alexander Kargaltsev is a unique statement on that. In 2HeadS there’s no space – no time and no energy either – to label people more than humans. We

Claustrum Corporis Vol I  Simulacra, by Madison

The Claustrum Corporis: Simulacra

I wanted to do a post about Madison´s work since some time ago. And for no reason I didn’t do it when Madison, contemporary Dutch art-photographer, did his exhibition few months ago. Today seeing a first work of his new

Claustrum Corporis Vol I  Simulacra, by Madison

The Claustrum Corporis: Simulacra

I wanted to do a post about Madison´s work since some time ago. And for no reason I didn’t do it when Madison, contemporary Dutch art-photographer, did his exhibition few months ago. Today seeing a first work of his new

by ©Nir Arieli

InfraMen, by Nir Arieli

Nir Arieli – InfraMen exhibition at Daniel Cooney Fine Art Gallery Jan 16th to March 8th “Inframen” a beautiful series of infrared portraits by American photographer Nir Arieli, based in New York. Nir Arieli photographed contemporary dancers, taking them out

by ©Nir Arieli

InfraMen, by Nir Arieli

Nir Arieli – InfraMen exhibition at Daniel Cooney Fine Art Gallery Jan 16th to March 8th “Inframen” a beautiful series of infrared portraits by American photographer Nir Arieli, based in New York. Nir Arieli photographed contemporary dancers, taking them out

The Corpses of My Hours #5, By Boris Loeve

The Corpses of My Hours, by Boris Loeve

When I first saw this series “The Corpses of my Hours”, by Boris Loeve, I not only fall in love by them (in fact wishing myself to have taken them), but also what came to my mind was all the

The Corpses of My Hours #5, By Boris Loeve

The Corpses of My Hours, by Boris Loeve

When I first saw this series “The Corpses of my Hours”, by Boris Loeve, I not only fall in love by them (in fact wishing myself to have taken them), but also what came to my mind was all the