Vladislav Spivak Photography

Vladislav Spivak is an artist of Russian origins living in Simferopol in Crimea, a peninsula located on the shores of the Black Sea. The artistic work of Vladislav Spivak is mainly dedicated to the female nude. Graduating in 2008, he moved away from the graphic design that he was trained for, devoting his time instead to photography, with the aim of launching his professional career … Continue reading Vladislav Spivak Photography

“I’m not a trophy”

  Founded by Artist and Photographer Arno Elias, “I’m Not a Trophy” is an organization that is dedicated to creating greater awareness for the rapid extinction of endangered species around the world. “I’m Not a Trophy” believes in creating a visually unique campaign and by captivating an audience we can help educate the younger generation and attract people to the cause. “I’m Not a Trophy” is … Continue reading “I’m not a trophy”

Steve McCurry Photography

    In 1979, on one of his first trips to Afghanistan, Steve McCurry photographed a scowling young boy who had a gun on his right shoulder and wore a frayed vest over a plaid shirt. The boy looks right at the photographer, his scowl unwavering but his eyes communicating more curiosity than hostility. It’s impossible to know from a picture, of course, what this … Continue reading Steve McCurry Photography

Shot in Kenya

Valentino Spring 2016 Campaign shot in Amboseli National Park in Kenya Steve McCurry is not a fashion photographer at all, but the brilliant chronicler of far-flung cultures whose work became famous on the pages of National Geographic. His most iconic photograph: “Afghan Girl,” the magazine’s June 1985 cover. She mesmerized the world. For his part, McCurry focused on telling the story at hand. “Photography is always … Continue reading Shot in Kenya

“The Kinetic Man”

Martin Munkacsi (1896-1963) began his photography career in 1921 while covering sports for the Hungarian newspaper Az Est. Largely self-trained, he served in the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I and worked as a writer and reporter before becoming a full-time, professional photographer.     In his day, he was one of the most famous photographers in the world. His dynamic photographs of sports, entertainers, politics, and … Continue reading “The Kinetic Man”

The ‘Blasphemous’ Andres Serrano

Two works by the American artist Andres Serrano, among them his notorious Piss Christ, were destroyed in the city of Avignon (south of France) by a group of extremist Catholics. Andres Serrano is an American photographer born in 1950, whose work has been labeled from blasphemous to beautiful. He became notorious through his photos of corpses and his use of feces and bodily fluids. The … Continue reading The ‘Blasphemous’ Andres Serrano

Вчера я всё 

Haunting photos of Moscow’s young ravers and their lives after dark Photographer Arnold Veber’s lens observes the pendulum of Russian life; Putin has governed Russia – alternatively as President or Prime Minister – since 1999, meaning that a lot of Russian kids born around the 00s only know life under his rule. Meanwhile, during the night and into the early hours, young Muscovites roam the city bars and clubs in … Continue reading Вчера я всё 

Marvin E. Newman Photography

Marvin E. Newman, the storyteller, Marvin E. Newman the inventor. Marvin E. Newman, the charmer. At the age of ninety, with a mischievous glint in his eye, Marvin E. Newman casually drops a thousand tales that tell the story of American photography from the end of the Second World War to the present day. He’s an inquisitive man who embraces the world and never takes … Continue reading Marvin E. Newman Photography