Photography

Magnum photographer Alex Majoli’s new book captures the theatre of life

Magnum photographer Alex Majoli’s new book captures the theatre of life

In a departure from the photojournalistic desire to capture unadulterated reality (an arguably impossible task), Magnum photographer Alex Majoli has leant into the theatre of life for Scene, his new book published by Mack. Scenes of political protest and humanitarian crisis across the globe, alongside...

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3 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

Palm Springs Modernism Week according to photographers Tom Blachford and Kate Ballis

Palm Springs Modernism Week according to photographers Tom Blachford and Kate Ballis

Tom Blachford and Kate Ballis are photographers who have been enthralled by Palm Springs and midcentury modern architecture. Both have created popular photographic series focusing on the desert town – Blachford is behind Midnight Modern while Ballis created Infra Realism. The pair first travelled to...

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3 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

‘demelza kids’ by juergen teller – in conversation with the photographer

‘demelza kids’ by juergen teller – in conversation with the photographer

the german photographer visited two children's hospices in england to create a compelling series of images to bring awareness and support for families in need. The post ‘demelza kids’ by juergen teller – in conversation with the photographer appeared first on designboom | architecture...

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3 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

photographers cardenal + alvarez diestro capture legendary kai tak airport two decades after closure

photographers cardenal + alvarez diestro capture legendary kai tak airport two decades after closure

derelict buildings, a shiny cruise terminal, abandoned airport infrastructure reclaimed by nature and new construction works — all cohabit in the same space in one of the most coveted locations in kowloon bay, hong-kong. The post photographers cardenal + alvarez diestro capture legendary kai tak airport...

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3 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

candida höfer’s architectural photography in mexico exhibits in new york city

candida höfer’s architectural photography in mexico exhibits in new york city

known for her rigorously composed, large-scale color 'portraits' of architectural interiors, höfer's exhibition at sean kelly gallery features works drawn from her mexico series. The post candida höfer’s architectural photography in mexico exhibits in new york city appeared first on designboom...

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Mountain-top photography gallery the Lumen Museum opens in the Italian Dolomites

Mountain-top photography gallery the Lumen Museum opens in the Italian Dolomites

At the summit of Plan de Corones in the Kronplatz region of South Tyrol, the Lumen Museum celebrates the history and present of mountain photography. Designed by architect Gerhard Mahlknecht of EM2 architects, the building cantilevers out over the Italian Dolomites creating quite the photo opportunity...

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4 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

this studio of rhythmic brickwork was completed for a renowned mexican photographer

this studio of rhythmic brickwork was completed for a renowned mexican photographer

mexico-based architects mauricio rocha and gabriela carrillo sought for the graciela iturbide studio to demonstrate a repetitive and almost obsessive use of a singular material. The post this studio of rhythmic brickwork was completed for a renowned mexican photographer appeared first on designboom |...

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

lumen museum of mountain photography sits on top of the dolomites

lumen museum of mountain photography sits on top of the dolomites

at 2,265 m above sea level, the newly-opened museum is dedicated to examining the subject of the mountains from different perspectives. The post lumen museum of mountain photography sits on top of the dolomites appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Photography

Through the lens of the cutting-edge graduate camera wielders, portrait makers and digital mavericks, as captured by our Photography desk.

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4 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

photographer minh T documents nature and architecture at a glass chalet in whistler

photographer minh T documents nature and architecture at a glass chalet in whistler

the commanding yet considered architectural features of the property lent itself to minh T’s own photographic style: distilling a scene down to the most essential elements. The post photographer minh T documents nature and architecture at a glass chalet in whistler appeared first on designboom | architecture...

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4 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Bruce Gilden on the art of street photography and his pursuit of good portraits

Bruce Gilden on the art of street photography and his pursuit of good portraits

Bruce Gilden is talking of his own father, a ‘mafia-looking figure with pinky rings, thick hair, hats, big cigars’. His father was ‘a tough guy, a streetwise guy’ – a classic figure of the subterranean world of New York City. Yet he recalls his teenage self as an uncertain and anxious presence. The only...

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5 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

photographer steve roe captures the ancient mysterious stillness of kyoto

photographer steve roe captures the ancient mysterious stillness of kyoto

while the seoul-based photographer is widely known for his cyberpunk night photos, this series captures kyoto's quiet, ancient atmosphere. The post photographer steve roe captures the ancient mysterious stillness of kyoto appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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5 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

This DIY Camera is Like if IKEA Met Photography

This DIY Camera is Like if IKEA Met Photography

Remember when I said retro was making its comeback? In the past, people could (and often would) build their own tech with a few parts lying around here and there. My grandfather had built his own radio at the age of 14, and he had it all along up until I was a child. Building your own technology is truly...

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5 months ago, Yanko Design, Photography

Guy Holloway creates photography studio with concrete pyramid for X-ray apparatus

Guy Holloway creates photography studio with concrete pyramid for X-ray apparatus

Guy Holloway Architects has completed a studio for British photographer Nick Veasey, featuring a concrete pyramid chamber to house the X-ray equipment used to create his distinctive works. Read more

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5 months ago, Dezeen, Photography

A subtle study of Japan’s inner-city serenity by photographer Roberto Badin

A subtle study of Japan’s inner-city serenity by photographer Roberto Badin

Whether it’s urban architecture or rural landscapes, Japan has long fascinated foreign photographers. Sealed off completely to the outside world during the Edo period (1603 – 1868) the country has retained its layers of enigma, impenetrable to those from abroad. Its urban centres, as they appear in endless...

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6 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

denise scott brown’s photography from the 1950s and 60s goes on view in new york

denise scott brown’s photography from the 1950s and 60s goes on view in new york

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6 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Watch fashion photographer Alessio Bolzoni shine new light on Tobias Grau’s collections

Watch fashion photographer Alessio Bolzoni shine new light on Tobias Grau’s collections

Artistic disciplines collide in lighting brand Tobias Grau’s latest advertising campaign, which sees its two new portable lamps, Parrot and Salt & Pepper, brought to life by fashion photographer Alessio Bolzoni. Shown at Frankfurt’s biannual Light&Building lighting fair in March 2018, the two...

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6 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

The photographers shaping the way we see modern civilisation

The photographers shaping the way we see modern civilisation

Civilisation: the latest behemoth subject to be tackled by Thames & Hudson. No mean feat for a publishing house that has already this year investigated a photographic history of China, and a wedge-like history of space exploration. Big subjects, it seems, are popular coffee table-toppers of late....

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6 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

winning wildlife photographers of the year uncover our extraordinary existence on earth

winning wildlife photographers of the year uncover our extraordinary existence on earth

organized by the natural history museum, london, the competition chooses winning images based on their artistic composition, technical innovation and truthful interpretation of the natural world. The post winning wildlife photographers of the year uncover our extraordinary existence on earth appeared...

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6 months ago, Design Boom, Photography

Photographer Adam Wiseman documents self-built houses in rural Mexico

Photographer Adam Wiseman documents self-built houses in rural Mexico

Travelling the rural landscape and outer urban neighbourhoods of Mexico, photographer Adam Wiseman has documented Mexico’s rural self-built structures in a new series. Mostly designed and built by non-architects, the houses lift references from a hotch-potch of sources such as Disney, neo-classicism...

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7 months ago, Wallpaper *, Photography

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