Today’s submission comes from Andreea Preda (1990) from Madrid Spain.
Francesca Woodman (1958-1981) was a photographer best known for her black and white pictures featuring herself and female models. Many of her photographs show young women who are nude, who are blurred (due to movement and long exposure times), who
Jen Davis (1978) is a Brooklyn based photographer. For the past 9 years she has been working on a series of self-portraits dealing with issues regarding beauty, identity, and body image.
Photographer Fiona Essex (1978) visited and lived with a Deaconess Sisterhood between 2005 and 2010 and documented the lives of the Sisters.
Laurence Tarquin Von Thomas studied film and photography in Ghent. For two years he lives and works in London as a freelance photographer and contributes to magazines. Von Thomas shoots with a analog camera and believes that there are two
After discovering each other’s websites, Patrick Tsai & Madi Ju felt an instant connection through their photographs. They began to correspond through email, dreaming about quitting their jobs and travelling together. However, she lived in China and he resided in
Jan Rosseel (1979) initially started his career in cooking. After working in various renowned restaurants in France, Spain and New York he decided to study Chinese language and culture. During an exchange program at Shandong University, he chose to not
Benjamin Goss (1977) is an experimental portrait and personal subjective documentary photographer, born in the United States but based in Sweden.
Antanas Sutkus (Lithuania, 1939) is considered one of the greatest photographers of the former Soviet Union. Sutkus’s series People of Lithuania is considered one of his most important works.
Armed with a 6×7 camera, Sarah Katz shot a series of photographs around the perimeter of outdoor spaces that charge admission.
Diane Arbus (1923 – 1971) was an American photographer and writer who was known for her black-and-white photographs of extraordinary people (dwarfs, giants, transvestites, nudists, circus performers). Arbus is known for photographing ‘freaks’, although she very much disliked this reputation.
Marlon Gellar sees photography as a tour guide. Whether he is walking around in a place that is scenic or a place that is seemingly void of any obvious aesthetics, he claims the point is to experience the place and