Japanese artist Fumiko Imano (b. 1974) studied Fine Art and then Fashion Styling and Photography in London in the late 90s. French fashion designer Charles Anastase was one of the first to recognise her work, commissioning her to shoot his campaigns [...]
Deciding which photography bookshops to visit on a trip to Tokyo is not easy – there are so many good ones. Japan has been at the forefront of photo book publishing for decades – and Japanese photographers have often worked with books, rather than [...]
All this week, in the run up to Room&Book which opens tonight at the ICA, its founder Lucy Moore takes us through some of its publications, events and more.
The photographs in Ciarán Óg Arnold's new book have drawn comparisons with [...]
Over the next few days, in the run up to Room&Book at the ICA, its founder Lucy Moore takes us through some of its publications, events and more. For this first post, Lucy take a look at Bruno Zhu's Facsimile II, pictured here with Room&Book [...]
The ferocity and bleakness of war, is something that has drawn the attention of photographers almost since the invention of photography. One aspect that has remained largely unseen by the general public, however, is the practice arena for [...]
This week HOTSHOE will once again in residence at the London Art Fair - the UK’s premier Modern British and contemporary art Fair. The 27th edition of the Fair brings together over one hundred carefully selected galleries from the UK and overseas, [...]
Diorama Map Tokyo 2014, © Sohei Nishino, courtesy Michael Hoppen Gallery
In a new exhibition of his ongoing series, Diorama Maps, Sohei Nishino manually collates thousands of individual images photographed from around the cities of Berlin, [...]
In the middle of november, Paris, becomes for all things photographic, check out our round up of the best things to get involved with throughout the city.
- Paris Photo private view.
- Polycopies [...]
Paul Kwiatkowski’s new online photography series Eat, Prey, Drug takes the viewer on a disorienting journey through the heart of California's volcanic Mt. Shasta yet it may be just as accurately described as a mythic road-trip from the [...]
History has come to an end many times in Europe, and with each successive conclusion, memories thought consigned to the collective unconscious have only returned to haunt the continent. Compelled to examine the effects of the recent Eurozone [...]