photography

Anna Malagrida – “Еscaparates”

Shop Windows‘ (Escaparates) is a series by Spanish photographer Anna Malagrida focusing on blurry and dirty windows of Parisian businesses that are closed down. Thus stripping away their customary usage and instead presenting them as a vehicle for contemplation where the viewer’s gaze can also play around with the reflection of the city’.

Anna Malagrida photography series Еscaparates

Anna Malagrida – Еscaparates

Inge Morath – “On Style”

Inge Morath (1923–2002) new book ‘On Style‘.

Famous Austrian photographer “may have frequently photographed well-dressed people and many figures of the fashion world, but to call her a fashion photographer would be a mistake”, according to John P. Jacob, the McEvoy Family curator for photography at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. “Whether photographing festivals or artists’ studios, on films sets, the street, or the fashion runway, what distinguishes Morath’s photography is an unerring eye for life’s brilliant theatricality”

Inge Morath, photobook On Style, photography

Inge Morath – On Style

Suzanne Moxhay – “Interiors”

Suzanne Moxhay‘s latest series “interiors” – exploring concepts of spatial containment in montages built from fragments of photographed and painted interiors. By using different techniques like traditional cut, paste collage and digital manipulation, the British artist brings a theatrical sensibility to still images. The process is quite elaborate and she produces only 7-8 works per year.

View the whole gallery here and if you want to learn more about the process of making them click on the ‘About’ category and watch the video.

Suzanne Moxhay, photomontage, Interiors

Suzanne Moxhay – Interiors

Tomoya Matsuura – “Withered Plants”

’s project ‘Withered Plants‘: photo series featuring Nature with Its cycle of life, in the microscopic world

“Small plants that exist by our side and we hardly take notice of also contain within themselves the majestic nature, and revolve their life force just the same. They are filled with a variety of expressions and dynamism that cannot be seen with the naked eye, and allow you to sense the mystery of the formation of life.” 

Tomoya Matsuura photography series Withered Plants

Tomoya Matsuura – Withered Plants