Craig Burrows' fluorescent plants

Craig Burrows is a 29 year old American photographer. Through his photographic work, he experiments the UVIVF (ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence) process, which captures light waves that are invisible for us. Although the result seems surreal, the subject and the colors are very real. Through this[...]

Photographic series MESA by Kim Høltermand

Kim Holtermand is a photographer born in Copenhagen in 1977 specialized in architecture and landscape' pictures. He deliberately chooses to create a cold and dehumanized atmosphere of buildings and their surroundings in order to recurrently work on the loneliness emotion. In a highly connected world,[...]

SWISS photographic series of Kim Høltermand

Kim Holtermand is a photographer born in Copenhagen in 1977 specialized in architecture and landscape' pictures. He deliberately chooses to create a cold and dehumanized atmosphere of buildings and their surroundings in order to recurrently work on the loneliness emotion. In a highly connected world,[...]

Photographic dreams of Willem Douven

Willem Douven is a self-taught photographer who lives and works in Belgium. Last year, he produced two series, Arboretum Bokrijk and Extraterrestre. His images, which bares a strong graphic evocation, represent landscapes. But it is framing and general atmosphere captured by Willem Douven that give a general[...]

Sandy Skoglund surreal worlds

Sandy Skoglund was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts in 1946 and studied studio art and art history at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts from 1964-68. She then went on to graduate school at the University of Iowa in 1969 where she studied filmmaking, intaglio printmaking, and[...]
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Imaginary observatories by Noémie Goudal

Noémie Goudal is a french artist who lives and works between Paris and London. Fiction meets reality in her photographic work. In 2010, she graduated from the Royal College of Art and since, she has worked on many series. She produces images using a documentary aesthetic[...]
North Atlantic Ocean Cliffs of Moher, 1989

Seascapes' timelessness by Hiroshi Sugimoto

With these sea landscapes that spill out of the frame, subtle variations of the water surface, more or less distinct horizons, Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photographs question timelessness. For over 30 years, the Japanese photographer has travelled the world, feeding his Seascapes series, which was the object[...]
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