Posts Tagged: large-format

Hiroshi Sugimoto : ‘Drive Ins’ (Photography)

The New York-based Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto produces photographs in series. He meticulously selects and then researches subjects, returning to the same few time and time again, taking pictures and then producing technically immaculate black and white prints of absorbing clarity and density. Since the late 1970s, Sugimoto has worked on several series that have together encompassed seascapes, dioramas, movie theatres and drive-ins.

Hiroshi Sugimoto : ‘Drive Ins’ (Photography)

The New York-based Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto produces photographs in series. He meticulously selects and then researches subjects, returning to the same few time and time again, taking pictures and then producing technically immaculate black and white prints of absorbing clarity and density. Since the late 1970s, Sugimoto has worked on several series that have together encompassed seascapes, dioramas, movie theatres and drive-ins.

Jean-Pierre Attal : ‘Cells’ Series (Photography)

In the heart of cities, the façade of one of those office blocks in a commercial center often appears, especially at night, as the page of a still indecipherable grimoire for which we’ve lost any closeness. The modern city keeps people more and more distanced from its functions and its authorities.

Jean-Pierre Attal : ‘Cells’ Series (Photography)

In the heart of cities, the façade of one of those office blocks in a commercial center often appears, especially at night, as the page of a still indecipherable grimoire for which we’ve lost any closeness. The modern city keeps people more and more distanced from its functions and its authorities.

Michael Flomen : Photograms

In his large-format, black-and-white photographs, Flomen captivates our optic and draws it toward what is hidden in plain sight, sequestered between darkness and the light. He draws our attention to the liminal spaces that exist between tenses, conditions of matter, and even states of being.

Michael Flomen : Photograms

In his large-format, black-and-white photographs, Flomen captivates our optic and draws it toward what is hidden in plain sight, sequestered between darkness and the light. He draws our attention to the liminal spaces that exist between tenses, conditions of matter, and even states of being.

Osheen Harruthoonyan: ‘Black Garden’ Series (Photography)

“It’s easy to lose sight of exactly who you are while passing through the ‘Black Garden’. At the start, things are clear, there’s you and there’s the land, you each have your names and the division is simple.

Osheen Harruthoonyan: ‘Black Garden’ Series (Photography)

“It’s easy to lose sight of exactly who you are while passing through the ‘Black Garden’. At the start, things are clear, there’s you and there’s the land, you each have your names and the division is simple.

Michael Massaia : “Afterlife” Series (Photography)

Michael Massaia is a fine art photographer and printmaker whose work focuses on New York City, New Jersey life and landscape. Michael specializes in large format black & white photography and large format handmade printing processes such as platinum/palladium printing.

Michael Massaia : “Afterlife” Series (Photography)

Michael Massaia is a fine art photographer and printmaker whose work focuses on New York City, New Jersey life and landscape. Michael specializes in large format black & white photography and large format handmade printing processes such as platinum/palladium printing.

Lynne Cohen : ‘Interior Spaces’ (Photography)

Cohen is known for her photographs of domestic and institutional interior spaces, which have included living rooms, public halls, retirement homes, laboratories, offices, showrooms, shooting ranges, factories, spas, and military installations. Despite this interest in living and working spaces, Cohen’s photographs are usually devoid of human presence. She photographs using an 8 x 10″ view camera.

Lynne Cohen : ‘Interior Spaces’ (Photography)

Cohen is known for her photographs of domestic and institutional interior spaces, which have included living rooms, public halls, retirement homes, laboratories, offices, showrooms, shooting ranges, factories, spas, and military installations. Despite this interest in living and working spaces, Cohen’s photographs are usually devoid of human presence. She photographs using an 8 x 10″ view camera.

William Eckersley ‘Dark City’ Night Photography

Initially inspired by the stillness of London at night, photographer William Eckersley began experimenting in late 2007 and after four years of stunning large format photography, he’s published a book of these works called ‘Dark City’ which promise a compelling view of unseen London.

William Eckersley ‘Dark City’ Night Photography

Initially inspired by the stillness of London at night, photographer William Eckersley began experimenting in late 2007 and after four years of stunning large format photography, he’s published a book of these works called ‘Dark City’ which promise a compelling view of unseen London.

Jeff Gaydash : Photography Series

Captivated by the chemical process before me I felt an immediate sense of empowerment. I ended up majoring in photography in college and studied the work of master photographers Minor White, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Paul Strand and Imogen Cunningham, among others.

Jeff Gaydash : Photography Series

Captivated by the chemical process before me I felt an immediate sense of empowerment. I ended up majoring in photography in college and studied the work of master photographers Minor White, Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Weston, Paul Strand and Imogen Cunningham, among others.

Erwin Staeheli : “Gravel & Coal” Series (Photography)

Erwin Staeheli studied art in Basel, Switzerland. After a period of painting he changed to photography. He has also worked as a civil engineer, planning and supervising roadwork, concrete constructions and water supply systems.

Erwin Staeheli : “Gravel & Coal” Series (Photography)

Erwin Staeheli studied art in Basel, Switzerland. After a period of painting he changed to photography. He has also worked as a civil engineer, planning and supervising roadwork, concrete constructions and water supply systems.