After his series “Police”, a young photographer Sébastien Van Malleghem decided to focus his camera lens on the Belgian penitentiary system. It seemed like a logical sequel. The question of “what happens to the people arrested by the police in Belgium” somehow imposed itself. Sébastien Van Malleghem (b. 1986) is a freelance photographer from Belgium who is known for his long-term projects that centre on the idea of justice in
Esther Woerdehoff Gallery in Paris currently hosts a show of two amazing photographers, Laurence Demaison and Marc Sommer. Demaison is an established artist, represented by the gallery for 20 years, while Sommer is quite a new discovery, introduced to the gallery by Demaison herself. Demaison and Sommer are both self-thaught photographers who have been exploring the medium for years taking it to the next level, except Sommer has never shown
„I consider photography as a way to canalize my emotions“… By making photography into art, Marcus Schaefer is pretty much an edgy guy, creating surrealistic never-never lands and telling bizarre stories through his pictures. Marcus finds beauty in everything, taking inspiration from both the streets and nature. „Wabi-sabi is a Japanese form of aesthetic that is sometimes described as one beauty that is imperfect. “ Things, that seem to be
Behold the stunning photographic art created by the one and only Rus Anson. This Spanish born photographer studied advertising and graphic design in Barcelona, and quickly got employed by the advertising industry. She found the whole ordeal rather stressful so she decided that it might be a great idea to borrow a camera and enter a photo competition. The contest, put on by El Pais’s first prize was a camera.
When we start thinking about photographers, we automatically imagine a fresh faced, young college grad with a gigantic camera and no sense of social boundaries. However, not all modern photographers are a bunch of style hipsters, let’s take Mr Antoine Bruy for example. He grew up in the quaint town of Tourcoing, France and started off the same way as most photographers do; completely anonymously. Indeed, photography never really worked
“Talent hits a target no one else can hit. Genius hits a target no one else can see.”