Out of all these subtle approaches emerges the image of Yemen: a country looms from secrecy with its shadows and its light, stirring the desire to go even further to meet it.
Photography and architecture often meet. The architect frequently delegates the function of documentation and promotion of his work to photography.
Murdoch immersed herself in the poems and manifestos of the Dada artists Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Emmy Hennings, Mina Loy, Juliette Roche and Gertrude Stein.
DNA is the first artist's book by Carlos Bunga (b. 1976, Porto). He confronts himself with the “book” as a three dimensional space.
55 black&white night photos of places marked by acts of violence, crimes, 'misdeeds' or events which the City of Milan prefers not to be proud of or that has merely forgotten.
This publication is about participation and process. It offers the reader instructions for how to install and care for a “salt crystal drawing”.
The artist explored the landscape of Canton Ticino in search of service stations that were abandoned or converted to other uses.
The spectacle of a sudden, violent thunderstorm and sandstorm in Niamey in Niger is described in a sequence of fifteen original photographs taken almost casually and later reinterpreted based on pure recollection.