Tags archives: black-and-white

Photographer Interview: Nuno Moreira

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Nuno Moriera is a photographer and visual artist from Portugal. His project ZONA is a black and white photographic exploration of the human form. His images are like vivid dreams, which explore the invisible space between the body and the mind. Describe your photographic journey so far - how did you get to the stage you are at now? I'm a very visual pers[...]

Photographer Interview: Clara Wildberger

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Why do you make art and how did you get into photography? What's your story? Photography has always played a prominent role in my life for as long as I can remember. I got my first own analogue compact camera to play around with at the age of five because photography is my grandfather’s and my father’s hobby. My father documents our family events, the dai[...]

A Photographic Journal: Beit Hakerem

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The neighborhood's name was based on the verse in Nehemiah 3:14 ''the Dung Gate was repaired by Malkijah son of Rekab, ruler of the district of Beth Hakkerem. He rebuilt it and put its doors with their bolts and bars in place." Beit Hakerem was the first Jewish neighbourhood to be built in south-west Jerusalem and was at the time separated from the rest o[...]

Photographer Interview: Eric Thompson

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When did you start taking photographs and why? I have been actively taking photographs since the early 2000’s, but my first memory of taking a photo that was not a family photo or just messing around was when I was 12. My father and I were on a road trip to visit a few places in Alberta, Canada, and for me partly to buy a minidisc player in Calgary, they [...]

What will family albums look like in the future?

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A couple of years ago I found a family album in a drawer of my grandparents’ house. In it were photographs of my mother, my uncle, my grandparents and generations of people I had never met or heard of, dating back to the late 19th Century. Flicking through the pages I began to wonder what our lives would look like to future generations: how would they be vie[...]

Photographer Interview: Julia Borissova

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What are the themes of your artistic work and what inspires you?  What the image will be always depends on the theme which I explore. Listening to myself, I find something that resonates in me, some images, and I start working on their visualisation. Most of all I’m interested in the relationships between photography and time, memory, archive, death, spac[...]

Ida by Pawel Pawlikowski. The Weight of Choices

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Anna is a novice in a Catholic monastery in the Poland of the 1960s. Before taking her vows, she is requested by her Mother Superior to visit her only living relative, Aunt Wanda, a socialite and former member of the Communist intelligentsia. In what seems like a journey of initiation, Anna’s travels outside the confines of the monastery are paralleled by a [...]

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