Alexandra Von Fuerst Photography

Alexandra Von Fuerst is the Italian-born, London-based photographer whose work focusses on the female body and its perception. “The body in my photographs connects with its surroundings, sometimes towards the limits of its boundaries, reaching into abstraction, other times simply embracing its most human aspect,” says Alexandra.   “My work combines a strong interest in art with fashion and beauty, in an exploration of femininity … Continue reading Alexandra Von Fuerst Photography

Celebrities by George Holz

George Holz, who is from Tennessee but studied under the great Helmut Newton in Pasadena, has photographed countless celebrities, creating some of the most recognizable portraits of Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston, and Jerry Hall (to name a few). His photographs possess an organic quality of someone who so clearly puts his subjects at ease, a feature Holz worries is becoming scarce in the world of celebrity portraiture. “Everything is … Continue reading Celebrities by George Holz

Martin Parr

In a career spanning over four decades Englishman Martin Parr, born 1952, has become one of the world’s best-known, most prolific and often controversial documentary photographers. His work is loved by many but has also provoked more than its fair share of criticism. His roots in photography lie within his family: “My grandfather was a very keen amateur photographer. When I was about 13 or … Continue reading Martin Parr

Life Is Strange: Unique Photographs from a Dutch Archive

Photographs from the ‘Banquet of the mutilated faces’, the depiction of Hitler in Tyrolean traditional costume, and a photograph of a man with his nine-year-old wife. The Spaarnestad Archive, Haarlem, The Netherlands, is a big archive of nearly 14 million old analogue photos from all over the world. Photographer unknown. Residents of Beauraing wait by the viaduct near the Sisters of Christian Teaching convent school … Continue reading Life Is Strange: Unique Photographs from a Dutch Archive

Ombre et Lumière

San Cristóbal de las Casas, Mexico. © Hélène Antorini. Finalist, LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2017. Shadow and darkness playfully vie against powerful, clarifying light in this series of street photographs made around the world. In the absence of a body, the presence of its projection, the shadow, calls to our eye. Objects and people try to cut a path through the black of repression towards … Continue reading Ombre et Lumière

Lady in The Loo by Eli Rezkallah

Born in Beirut, Lebanon, in 1986. Eli rezkallah started his career as a fashion show producer in 2004 and quickly branched out as a visual artist, opening his own studio, beyond production, in 2007. Ambitious and eager to build on his unique vision, Rezkallah launched Plastik magazine, Middle East’s first visual publication, in 2009. From its first issue, Plastik quickly established itself as a platform for young … Continue reading Lady in The Loo by Eli Rezkallah

Michela Natella’s Hyperreal World

  Michela Natella’s hyperreal world and stand-out set designs for Toilet Paper Magazine The hyperreal world is where Michela Natella spends her time, sifting between a colourful land that makes you question what is real and what is purely imagined. Having spent the last 10 years in set design, this area of practice is her most crafted and defined, stemming from a hugely creative background and … Continue reading Michela Natella’s Hyperreal World