Posts Tagged: red

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.

Tom McLaughlan : Photography Series

“I’m looking for the unexpected. I’m looking for things I’ve never seen before” – (Robert Mapplethorpe)

Tom McLaughlan : Photography Series

“I’m looking for the unexpected. I’m looking for things I’ve never seen before” – (Robert Mapplethorpe)

Lillykeeper : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs

Lillykeeper : Photography Series

a selection of abstract and minimal photographs

Brancolina : Photography Series

A selection of Brancolinas’ photos along with an interview is published in an article about abstract architecture from nr.8 issue of the Ukraine’s ‘Photographer’ magazine (p. 44-45, 46-47 and 48-49).

Brancolina : Photography Series

A selection of Brancolinas’ photos along with an interview is published in an article about abstract architecture from nr.8 issue of the Ukraine’s ‘Photographer’ magazine (p. 44-45, 46-47 and 48-49).

Elena Cazzaniga : Photography Series

“il vero viaggio di scoperta non consiste nel cercare nuove terre ma nell’avere nuovi occhi ” – (Marcel Proust)

Elena Cazzaniga : Photography Series

“il vero viaggio di scoperta non consiste nel cercare nuove terre ma nell’avere nuovi occhi ” – (Marcel Proust)

Ronan Guillou : ‘Colour Photography’ ( Series 1 )

Catching places, cities, glances: Ronan Guillou translates his pleasure and desire for keeping traces of them during his walks. Cities, and the people who animate them, are the basis of his humanistic approach. Aside from his commercial campaigns, Guillou’s personal work records moments of ordinary life, where men and women are photographed during their daily routines in urban landscapes.

Ronan Guillou : ‘Colour Photography’ ( Series 1 )

Catching places, cities, glances: Ronan Guillou translates his pleasure and desire for keeping traces of them during his walks. Cities, and the people who animate them, are the basis of his humanistic approach. Aside from his commercial campaigns, Guillou’s personal work records moments of ordinary life, where men and women are photographed during their daily routines in urban landscapes.

Ronan Guillou : Colour Photography ( Series 2 )

If his photographs suggest a poetic vision of the ordinary and call upon the imagination of each and every one of us, they also question us on the temporality [material matter] of places, reveal their nearly organic power as well as their fragility, and examine man’s relationship with the constructed universe.

Ronan Guillou : Colour Photography ( Series 2 )

If his photographs suggest a poetic vision of the ordinary and call upon the imagination of each and every one of us, they also question us on the temporality [material matter] of places, reveal their nearly organic power as well as their fragility, and examine man’s relationship with the constructed universe.

Josef Schultz : Photography Series

Josef Schulz is a “photographer” of modern warehouses and factories – trite industrial buildings that nobody would want to consider to be of any major architectural interest. All over the world these buildings are mass-produced, built for all kinds of industrial production processes

Josef Schultz : Photography Series

Josef Schulz is a “photographer” of modern warehouses and factories – trite industrial buildings that nobody would want to consider to be of any major architectural interest. All over the world these buildings are mass-produced, built for all kinds of industrial production processes