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Adopting an experimental approach, Munch questioned and exploited photography’s potential, using distortion, blurred motion and eccentric camera angles. Pictured: Flash back 22 November In December 1975, Dutch photographer Bertien van Manen captured daily life in metropolitan Hungary, capturing a country on the brink of development.
Published by MACK, I will be Wolf draws together her black and white photographs, combining conceptual rigor with poetic ambiguity.
‘Setting the Stage: Pyongyang, North Korea, Part 2’ is currently on view at Huis Marseille Museum for Photography in Amsterdam, and includes photographs, film, and several 360 degree videos from Hartmann's trip, to create an immersive experience for the viewer. Pictured: Table talk 11 December Daniel Blaufuks photography exhibition ‘Attempting Exhaustion’ opened last weekend at the Jean-Kenta Gauthier gallery in Paris.
A medley of new entries has been released by the World Photography Organisation, in anticipation of the deadline.
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.
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.