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BooksMake Imagination: Dillon DeWaters
In the darkness and dishonesty of abstraction there is a beautifully brooding reaction. It is very telling in its often-handcrafted purposefulness. It’s not that Dillon DeWaters is any more or less honest—no—he is merely accepting to the reality of his vision. His imagery storms and delights in its illusory and playfulness.
Books50 Years of Rock, Photos, and Sounds
Thus, the pop generation’s weekly magazine Rock and Folk made history with Mick Jagger as its standard-bearer (he also having a fifty year career), and not only the history of pop music, which shook the codes and customs, inventing styles, carrying with it the youth of the entire world.
BooksStéphane Duroy: Unknown #2, an attempt exhausting a book.
In 2007, Filigranes published Stéphane Duroy’s book Unknown composed of photographs taken on several trips to the United States. The artist puts forward a melancholy journey into the American identity, fashioned by wandering and exile. In New York and Montana he produced images marked by transience.
BooksRegina Schmeken, Bloody soil: The Crime Scenes of the NSU
Regina Schmeken shows places of pain and tears. But only those where traces exist of the violence committed there. So she has not shown directly but “simply” by the “remains” in twelve places where the crimes have recently been committed by the National Socialist Underground (NSU).
BooksTom Atwood, Kings & Queens in Their Castles
Kings & Queens in Their Castles is an extensive photography series exploring the LGBTQ experience in the USA. Over 15 years, I photographed more than 350 subjects at home nationwide (with over 160 in the book), including nearly 100 luminaries (with about 60 in the book).
BooksPhotographing Gabriel García Márquez
This tender account of the various occasions on which the Greek painter and photographer Dimitris Yeros made likenesses of the great Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the inventor of the concept ‘Magical Realism’ in literature, brings to mind several thoughts.
BooksAnother Way of Telling, by the late John Berger
The British novelist, scriptwriter (he worked with the Swiss filmmaker Alain Tanner), and art critic John Berger passed away on Monday, January 2, aged 90. He was winner of the 1972 Man Booker Prize, the most prestigious literary award in the English language.
BooksThe many talents of Isidore Van Kinsbergen
Isidore Van Kinsbergen was born in Bruges as the son of a South Netherlands mother and an Amsterdam father. Photographer, artist, set designer, singer and director of the Théâtre Français de Batavia, Isidore van Kingsbergen trained as a lithographer and a painter before moving to Paris to study at the Paris Conservatoire de Musique et de Declamation.
BooksKen Browar & Deborah Ory, The Art of Movement
The Art of Movement, by fashion photographer Ken Browar, is a beautifully produced book that captures the movement, flow, energy, and grace of many of the most elite dancers in the world. It contains hundreds of photographs of more than 70 dancers from American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater,...
BooksChrister Strömholm, Poste Restante
Published in 1967, in its design and construction Poste restante foreshadows a number of contemporary photography publications. Autobiographic in nature, the book is composed like an existentialist diary and offers snippets of Christer Strömholm’s great world voyages.