Shannon Richardson : “Route 66 American Icon” Series

“Route 66 American Icon” is a collection of black and white photographs. Route 66 is the quintessential american road trip. Over a period of 6 years Shannon has photographed the historic highway stretching 2448 miles fron Chicago to Los Angeles. The black and white images capture the road’s iconic architecture, motels, diners and quirky attractions. Cinematic and nostalgic in style, each photograph conveys the essence of Route 66’s famed past and present.

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Shannon Richardson : “Route 66 American Icon” Series

“Route 66 American Icon” is a collection of black and white photographs. Route 66 is the quintessential american road trip. Over a period of 6 years Shannon has photographed the historic highway stretching 2448 miles fron Chicago to Los Angeles. The black and white images capture the road’s iconic architecture, motels, diners and quirky attractions. Cinematic and nostalgic in style, each photograph conveys the essence of Route 66’s famed past and present.

Gregory Chatonsky : “Partie” Series (Photography)

Gregory Chatonsky was born in Paris in 1971. He studied art at college, philosophy at the Sorbonne and digital art in ENSBA Paris. He founded ‘incident’ in 1994, a collective of artists on the Internet. His work focuses on fiction, flows and destruction.

Gregory Chatonsky : “Partie” Series (Photography)

Gregory Chatonsky was born in Paris in 1971. He studied art at college, philosophy at the Sorbonne and digital art in ENSBA Paris. He founded ‘incident’ in 1994, a collective of artists on the Internet. His work focuses on fiction, flows and destruction.

Black Opal : Photography

a selection of abstract, black and white, street photography…

Black Opal : Photography

a selection of abstract, black and white, street photography…

yamasaki ko-ji : photography

a selection of abstract, black and white, street photography…

yamasaki ko-ji : photography

a selection of abstract, black and white, street photography…

Mårten Lange : “Anomalies” Series (Photography)

Shot in Sweden and Japan, the images in Anomalies are deliberately de-contextualized. Lange notes. “It’s not about a place. If you leave the place out of the story, the images can take on different weights. Places are really loud.” The objects that populate Anomalies, on the other hand, are suffused with a deep, seemingly impenetrable silence.

Mårten Lange : “Anomalies” Series (Photography)

Shot in Sweden and Japan, the images in Anomalies are deliberately de-contextualized. Lange notes. “It’s not about a place. If you leave the place out of the story, the images can take on different weights. Places are really loud.” The objects that populate Anomalies, on the other hand, are suffused with a deep, seemingly impenetrable silence.

Zhou Jun : The Red and the Black

The three decades of development China is experiencing – building to a crescendo with the Olympics – are unparalleled in history. The colour red, which I use to highlight specific parts of the photograph, can elicit different responses in people from different countries or cultures – at times, it can even have opposite meanings for people.

Zhou Jun : The Red and the Black

The three decades of development China is experiencing – building to a crescendo with the Olympics – are unparalleled in history. The colour red, which I use to highlight specific parts of the photograph, can elicit different responses in people from different countries or cultures – at times, it can even have opposite meanings for people.

Chien-Chi Chang : “Doubleness” Exhibition (Photographs)

Award-winning Magnum photographer, Chang Chien-Chi, showcased a series of his most extensive photography works in the exhibition entitled Doubleness: Photography by Chang Chien-Chi. The exhibition featured 130 photographs, 3 videos and 2 video projections.

Chien-Chi Chang : “Doubleness” Exhibition (Photographs)

Award-winning Magnum photographer, Chang Chien-Chi, showcased a series of his most extensive photography works in the exhibition entitled Doubleness: Photography by Chang Chien-Chi. The exhibition featured 130 photographs, 3 videos and 2 video projections.