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Opened yesterday, the exhibition explores the photographer’s recent journey through isolated territories of former Yugoslavia including Bosnia, Serbia, Kosovo and Croatia, uncovering a series of gargantuan, concrete monuments commissioned by the late President Tito.
Employing analogue film techniques alongside traditional printing processes, the photographs cast a window back in time at these statues. Pictured: Go platinum 29 November This year saw the 70th anniversary of Camera Press.
They could be images of the arctic, or another planet entirely. Pictured: from the series edition of the Sony Photography Awards.
A medley of new entries has been released by the World Photography Organisation, in anticipation of the deadline.
The latter explores Canada’s most ethical diamond mine – Reeve is the first artist who has gained access.
Both series possess rich and exceptional detail, while remaining geographically ambiguous.
Blaufuks was inspired by the French writer Georges Perec, who would document his thoughts on the banality of daily life in Paris while sitting at his local café, observing ‘that which is generally not taken note of, that which is not noticed, that which has no importance […]’. In monochrome, we catch a glimpse of the early artistic flair which helped to define his later colour practice. Pictured: Break the ice 7 December As the wintry weather continues in France, Marseille based photographer James Reeve’s exhibition at VV, Les Voûtes is a fitting one.
‘Alluvius’ – The Drawing Centre in New York’s solo exhibition of the artist – features two series of abstract charcoal drawings, inspired by Raissnia’s archival photography and found imagery. Pictured: Monumental imagery 30 November Throughout December, Marco Walker is showing a new body of work ‘Utopia/Dystopia’ in a private home in the heart of Mayfair.In honor of the platinum celebration, photographic artist, curator and co-owner Emma Blau has created a film, delving into the history of some of Camera Press’ extraordinary photographers.We also witness the narratives behind some of the agency's most iconic images, including insights into the work of Tom Blau, Yousuf Karsh, John Swannell, Clive Arrowsmith, Jillian Edelstein, Chris Floyd and curator Terence Pepper, among others.The resulting collection of images has been published in a new book, , by Reel Art Press.A keen observer, Hurn’s curiosity led him to capture rodeos, school dances, pageants, football games, patriotic marches, and sun-soaked road trips through the dry Arizona desert.