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MATTHIEW GENITEMPO

MATTHIEW GENITEMPO

Matthiew Gintempo

Matthiew Gintempo

In his series ‘Abandoned’, photographer Daniel Regan shares his life-long passion for buildings lost in time. Flaking wood, crumbling walls and fractured light feature in Daniel’s stunning portraits of buildings once filled with the buzz of life. Now forgotten and left to decay, the images uncover an endless vacuum of abandoned memories and belongings - lingering within the unnerving stillness of empty rooms and halls.

In his series ‘Abandoned’, photographer Daniel Regan shares his life-long passion for buildings lost in time. Flaking wood, crumbling walls and fractured light feature in Daniel’s stunning portraits of buildings once filled with the buzz of life. Now forgotten and left to decay, the images uncover an endless vacuum of abandoned memories and belongings - lingering within the unnerving stillness of empty rooms and halls.

Barrett Emke’s pictures capture the photographer’s everyday life – his friends, his surroundings, his daily experiences. They seem like spontaneous snapshots, representations and echoes of the reality Emke lives in. His methods vary; in some photographs he uses a flash that draws sharp shadows, at other times soft daylight creates a natural, sometimes magical feel.

Barrett Emke’s pictures capture the photographer’s everyday life – his friends, his surroundings, his daily experiences. They seem like spontaneous snapshots, representations and echoes of the reality Emke lives in. His methods vary; in some photographs he uses a flash that draws sharp shadows, at other times soft daylight creates a natural, sometimes magical feel.

William Eggleston || This guy inspired me to attempt taking photos. His point of view, man.

William Eggleston || This guy inspired me to attempt taking photos. His point of view, man.

JESÚS MADRIÑÁN (LONDON, UK)

JESÚS MADRIÑÁN (LONDON, UK)

Estelle Hanania describes herself as ‘the witness’. In her latest collaboration with artist Christophe Brunnquell, the Parisian duo humorously label their roles; he provokes the models, she presses down the shutter, “we are the bully, the victim, and the witness”.

Estelle Hanania describes herself as ‘the witness’. In her latest collaboration with artist Christophe Brunnquell, the Parisian duo humorously label their roles; he provokes the models, she presses down the shutter, “we are the bully, the victim, and the witness”.

Fiona Osborne’s, GUEST EXPLORES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSON AND AN UNFAMILIAR INTERIOR SURROUNDING. THE WORK REFERENCES HOW QUICKLY THE BODY ADJUSTS TO AN UNKNOWN SPACE AND IDENTIFIES WITH IT

Fiona Osborne’s, GUEST EXPLORES THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSON AND AN UNFAMILIAR INTERIOR SURROUNDING. THE WORK REFERENCES HOW QUICKLY THE BODY ADJUSTS TO AN UNKNOWN SPACE AND IDENTIFIES WITH IT

Dorothea Lange "While there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little out eyes permit us to see"

Dorothea Lange "While there is perhaps a province in which the photograph can tell us nothing more than what we see with our own eyes, there is another in which it proves to us how little out eyes permit us to see"

Kalina Pulit

Kalina Pulit

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