Category Archives: photography
Breath taking, sparkling, timeless, muscular, classic photos from Werner Bischof.
For more Peter Funch
Night and day in what looks like a brasilian favela (anonymous), if anyone can let me know who took these then I can credit them.
Christophe Huet The homeless drowning in the concrete as the city sucks them down! Great digitally manipulated images from Christophe Huet letting the imagination run free with the concepts and then fine technical realisation.
Andrew Sea James Great colourful quiet abstraction and more from Andrew Sea Jones.
Andre Kertesz was born in Hungary in 1894 his photographic style was very unorthodox for its time with unconventional angles and subjects. His style has more in common with the modern use of photography to illuminate all areas of life, … Continue reading
William Eggleston William Eggleston visionary of colour photography from memphis and northern mississippi. Discovering beautiful moments from the everyday oeuvre. He went against the artistic grain in the sixties in his use of colour for ‘serious photography’.
Andreas Gursky Masterly iconic visuals of the complexity and spectacle of modern life.
Get in the zone Nuff said!
Julie Blackmon photography. She unfolds a beautifully strange circus of family life touched by the influence of 17th century dutch painters. These images have a great undercurrent of surreal narrative all clad in a great palette of colours. Though contempary … Continue reading
Jeff Wall creates conceptual painterly images using locations and actors.