The list of winners includes two Russian photographers: Danila Tkachenko and Mariam Medvedeva
M97 cordially invites you to the opening of ‘Continuum’, an exhibition of Dong Wensheng’s newest photographic works
The project portrays the signs of time in rites of subcultures surrounding the capital of Latvia and its outskirts.
Konstantin Kornakov is interested in accidental, sometimes artificial and sometimes natural «surfaces» of environment, finding and revealing paintings, sculptures and fine graphics, created by someone unknown or virtually no one.
The jewel-toned images are arresting and weighted, but punctuated, as always by a characteristic whimsical style. The result is an intensely personal collection that captures an experience of the world that is at once otherworldly and yet instantly familiar.
Sylvania is a composite “forest-land” of photographs comprising scenes from various American woodlands. Through images of both real and depicted nature, Sylvania explores both the imagined and the real-world magic of the forest, both its metaphoric and physical presence in contemporary society.
The day after the rain : It could be a fiction, a story kept in my heart of hearts or memory that bothers.
Feodora Kaplan about the circle of life and carnival in the works of the famous Parisian
About art and artistic vision; what a beautiful photograph is; which magic film has and some words about Leisure Project from Akos Major.
An interview with the most expensive Ukrainian photographers about contemporary art and their ‘Apocalypse in Art’ project.
An Interview with one of the most recognizable and famous Russian art photographers. About mission af an artist, the main goal of Art, inspiration and self-censorship. A view to contemporary art from inside.
‘One of the biggest defining factors of art for me is that the work, whatever medium it may be, must allow the viewer to see some aspect of the world in a new way’
Liza Fetisova, founder, owner and director of Russian Tea Room Gallery, Paris. Photo: Michel Gaillard. Bleek magazine: Tell us a little
On May 14, Michael Hoppen Gallery in London opens an exhibition devoted to Miyako Ishiuchi’s photographic record of Frida Kahlo’s personal belongings. Yet this is just the tip of the iceberg of the famous photographer’s oeuvre
‘The intricate tangles of spectral bodies in Schneggenburger’s images hint at a reunion of separated parts of Plato’s androgyne.’
Feodora Kaplan about space, time and psychical reality in Alexander Gronsky’s photographs.
An article by Garrett Stringer about overwhelming natural landscapes and the resilience of people affected by climate change in Michael Hall’s photography.
Tadao Cern about his ‘Comfort Zone’ project. About the seaside, sunbathing and holiday somnolence that is free from a world surrounding you.
‘Part of me, a big part of me, wishes I could do it all again, for, as they say, you can take the man out of Essex, but you can’t take Essex out of the man.’
“Story” Section Todd Baxter: Project Astoria Thanks to my father and grandfather’s work in the US space program,
Jeroen Hofman: A visit from above “Story” section. Fishermen in the Bering Sea. The last miners of Wales. Firemen
Rob Stephenson: From roof to table. An essay. In 1917 the Mayor’s Committee on Food Gardens issued a report documenting