High-density megacities: the photographs of Michael Wolf
Hong Kong-based photographer Michael Wolf is best known for Architecture of Density, which shows the city’s tower blocks as dramatic geometric abstractions, and Tokyo Compression, which captures rush hour on the Japanese capital’s subway. He died this week aged 64
Chris McCaw | LensCulture
Chris has been getting his hands wet in the darkroom from the age of 13, and since then he has been unable separate his personal life from his photographic life. In a constant state of production of photographic work from that early age, he continues to be excited about the medium. The early years involved self taught explorations in skateboarding/ zine /punk scenes with a fisheye lens the mid-late 80’s. After high school he learned everything he could about photography. Finally he fell in…
Sunburn - Photographs by Chris McCaw | LensCulture
Brilliantly calculated long exposures of the sun, made with paper negatives in a custom-made large format camera, force the sun to physically burn a trace of its arc into each photograph by American photographer Chris McCaw.
Reflections on landscapes by Tacita Dean and Georges Seurat
I think that Tacita Dean’s blackboard drawings are excellent; moody, evocative and a having a serene quality that washes over you. Her drawing with white chalk on blackboard is an interestin…
Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places: The Complete Works by Stephen Shore - Aperture
Read Stephen Shore's book Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places: The Complete Works. Published on 2015-02-24 by Aperture. #Arts #Photography #Photography #Video | Originally published in 1982, Stephen Shore's legendary Uncommon Places has influenced more than a generation of photographers. Shore was among the...