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Above: Imagine Finding Me 1976 and 2005, Kamakura, Japan
Imagine Finding Me is a series of unique double self portraits which are created around a collection of childhood photographs taken from Chino’s family album. In these digitally manipulated and composite images, Chino’s present and past selves are snapped together in various locations and situations. As Chino describes, “the digital process becomes a tool, almost like a time machine as I’m embarking on the journey to where I once belonged and at the same time becoming a tourist in my own history”. – British Library
Lives in Tokyo with two cats. Photographs mainly levitating self-portraits (and cats not levitating).
This project examines the quickly changing commercial landscape of Ukraine and its impact on the work force. By moving indoors, into corporate supermarkets and malls, it is becoming more Westernized and homogeneous. The archive of images of street vendors and other small, unlicensed businesses records an element of Ukrainian visual culture as it disappears. Not without irony, the beach portraits capture a black-market economy in the sunshine.
I’m Sophie,I’m 23, I live study and work in Paris.
A Ghanaian homage to some films we love, shot in a town called Abokobi. Above: Taxi driver.
Above: from one young summer series
I decided to photograph my family, my brothers and sisters. I have been going to rainbow gatherings for 7 years now, and I have taken pictures of it for the past 3 years. The pictures you see are very precious since photography is not usually allowed during the event, so please be respectful to my brothers and sisters.
People are love, are magic, are beauty. These sister and brother are the people of the future.
Rainbow Gatherings are temporary intentional communities, typically held in outdoor settings, and espousing and practicing ideals of peace, love, harmony, freedom and community, as a consciously expressed alternative to mainstream popular culture, consumerism, capitalism and mass media.
What happened to Detroit. Over the course of 100 years, the population level of Detroit has rapidly expanded and contracted. And the city infrastructure – streets, schools, hospitals – expanded as well to meet demand. When the population started to decline, the additional infrastructure remained. In many Detroit neighborhoods the amount of houses coming up for sale on the market was far greater than the demand. Vacant houses sat for months and then years, becoming easy targets for arson. Detroit is a city laid out and designed for 2 million people. Less than a third of that number remain today. Detroiturbex.com is a website dedicated to exploring and photographing abandoned buildings in Detroit.
After dark the city is ours. While the city sleeps we’re playing in the old tunnels, rancid sewers, subways, bridges and abandoned places of our environment. Welcome to sleepycity, the city is our playground. huh?
Evelyn Hofer was born in Marburg, Germany in 1922 and died in 2009 in Mexico City. In the years in between, Hofer created a body of work that both looked back to the tradition of August Sander and anticipated the color work of William Eggleston, causing her to be called “the most famous unknown photographer in America” by New York Times art critic Hilton Kramer – a devout supporter of her work.
London-born photographer Nick Stern has brought Banksy to life, using models to recreate some of his most famous images.
Above: Daphne 1986 & 2011 Paris
I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Most of us are fascinated by their retro look but to me, it’s imagining how people would feel and look like if they were to reenact them today… A few months ago, I decided to actually do this. So, with my camera, I started inviting people to go back to their future.
Above: from the I am more than my face series.
With this project, I intend to create myself, instead of findind my identity. People often ask themselves, “Who am I?” However, this may take them away from the truth. The definition of who they are could limit their own possibilities and the infinity of their essences. I beleive that the self should be created, instead of being found.
A collaborative project between brazilian photographer, Jair Bortoleto and a bunch of artists from all around the world. Eighteen different photos were sent to each one of the artists for their personal interpretation. Each artist was invited to paint or collage on top of the supplied photo, all the works will be on display.
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A new website for Christelle Chambre (from Kanardo). Have a look and share.