Alien Portraits Project by Max Solve

Graphic designer and photographer  Max Solve teamed up with Retoka for this project named “Alien”. Using softwares like Photoshop and Lightroom, duo have designed a fascinating series of striped images through which we perceive troubling women portraits. Continue reading Alien Portraits Project by Max Solve

Peinture Dames Aux Chapeaux (1536-2010)

Titian (1536) . Peter Paul Rubens (1625) . Judith Leyster (ca. 1635) . Johannes Vermeer (1667) . Joshua Reynolds – Miss Mary Hickey (1770) . Louise Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun – Self Portrait (1787) . Gustave Courbet (1857) . Edouard Manet (1877) . Camille Pissarro – Peasant Girl (1881) . Hugo von Haberman (1889) . Giovanni Boldini (1890) . Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec – Berthe la Sourde (1890) . Vincent van Gogh (1890) . Mary Cassatt (1891) . Berthe Morisot – Julie Manet (1892) . Pierre-Auguste … Continue reading Peinture Dames Aux Chapeaux (1536-2010)

ZIS

Soviet efforts to expand social, political and economic opportunities for women constitute the earliest and perhaps most far-reaching attempt ever undertaken to transform the status and role of women. The early Soviet regime ensued a policy of pushing more women into urban industrial employment these policies were ideological driven, and political or economical. During Joseph Stalin’s rule the number of women working increased from 24 … Continue reading ZIS

Hitler rehearsing his speech in front of the mirror, 1925

Hitler rehearsing his public speech in front of the mirror. Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi Party, strikes a pose for photographer Heinrich Hoffmann whilst rehearsing and listening his recorded speech. The album, features black and white images of the Nazi leader in a series of poses, using expressive face and hand gestures, which he would practice and review before addressing the German public. They … Continue reading Hitler rehearsing his speech in front of the mirror, 1925

Shirin Neshat Photography

  Though she graduated from University of California at Berkeley in 1983, Shirin Neshat has emerged as an artist 10 years later, after her first visit to her native country Iran after 20 years absence imposed by the aftermath of the violent Iranian Islamic Revolution in 1979. Her first body of works consists of dramatic narrative photographs comprised in the series Unveiling (1993) and the … Continue reading Shirin Neshat Photography

Dmitry Bocharov Photography

HerWhite: Black and White Beauty Dmitry Bocharov is a talented photographer and filmmaker from Khabarovsk, Russia who currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Dmitry focuses on fashion, he shoots amazing beauty, glamour and editorial photography. Every woman have her own “white”. “White” – that makes her attractive, sexual and calm. This project like experiment. You never know how she will feel herself in “her … Continue reading Dmitry Bocharov Photography

Robert Mapplethorpe 

Robert Mapplethorpe self-portrait, 1980 First thing associated with Robert Mapplethorpe is usually the controversial and often explicit depiction of the New York S&M scene, which he so majestically captured in the late 1970s. Truthfully, it is these controversial images and photographs of both male and female nudes that were signature to his work, and coincidentally made him one of the most prominent photographers. However, Mapplethorpe’s … Continue reading Robert Mapplethorpe 

David Bowie Unseen: A Hidden 1967 Photoshoot

“He was very polite,” says Gerald Fearnley, who took these photographs of 20-year-old David Bowie in 1967. “I don’t remember how he ended up in my studio, but I was probably the only person he knew with a camera and a studio.” Gerald Fearnley’s photoshoot with David Bowie remained unpublished until now. Although one of Fearnley’s photos was used on the cover of Bowie’s debut … Continue reading David Bowie Unseen: A Hidden 1967 Photoshoot