Posts Tagged: Series

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.

Tim Lisko : ‘Shinkansen’ Series (Photography)

When I make a photograph, I am literally cropping out the rest of existence — its tension, its chaos, its hunger, its pain. For one small moment, I wall myself into a world of my own creation; a world where things may not make immediate narrative or logical sense, but where everything is in balance.

Tim Lisko : ‘Shinkansen’ Series (Photography)

When I make a photograph, I am literally cropping out the rest of existence — its tension, its chaos, its hunger, its pain. For one small moment, I wall myself into a world of my own creation; a world where things may not make immediate narrative or logical sense, but where everything is in balance.

James Pomerantz : Agua Sagrada (Photography)

“After hanging out for a little while, I noticed how people were drawn to the light and how they would interact with it. Some were clearly anxious about swimming in the dark water and looking for the security of the sun. Others seemed to seek out its warmth. Some would stare up into the light. Others would float face down, peering into water.” James Pomerantz

James Pomerantz : Agua Sagrada (Photography)

“After hanging out for a little while, I noticed how people were drawn to the light and how they would interact with it. Some were clearly anxious about swimming in the dark water and looking for the security of the sun. Others seemed to seek out its warmth. Some would stare up into the light. Others would float face down, peering into water.” James Pomerantz

Vivian Maier : “Shadows” (Photography Series)

Driven by her sequestered, private motivations, Vivian Maier captured our cities, suburbs and rural towns. A nanny for many years, herself childless, Maier revealed the beauties and complexities of domesticity. Her photographs demonstrate an intimate exploration of family life, as well as seemingly allegorical treatments of “home”

Vivian Maier : “Shadows” (Photography Series)

Driven by her sequestered, private motivations, Vivian Maier captured our cities, suburbs and rural towns. A nanny for many years, herself childless, Maier revealed the beauties and complexities of domesticity. Her photographs demonstrate an intimate exploration of family life, as well as seemingly allegorical treatments of “home”

Marc Marquez : “LOT” Series (Photography)

When one considers these photographs by Marc Marquez, it’s as if one’s skin has been removed. We see very sparse rooms, we not only see, but we can almost feel the coldness and the roughness of such places. These images were taken in the housing estates of the former GDR, where such blocks were provided under an “Urban Redevelopment Plan” and were scheduled for demolition in 2009.

Marc Marquez : “LOT” Series (Photography)

When one considers these photographs by Marc Marquez, it’s as if one’s skin has been removed. We see very sparse rooms, we not only see, but we can almost feel the coldness and the roughness of such places. These images were taken in the housing estates of the former GDR, where such blocks were provided under an “Urban Redevelopment Plan” and were scheduled for demolition in 2009.

Michael Najjar : ‘Netropolis’ (Hybrid Photography)

The series ‘Netropolis’ [2003 – 2006] is an exploration of the way global cities will develop in the future. In 1926 director Fritz Lang created the vision of a futuristic 21st Century megacity in his film ‘Metropolis’. Now that we’ve crossed the threshold of the 21st Century new sets of factors unthought of by Lang move to shape the future of our urban species.

Michael Najjar : ‘Netropolis’ (Hybrid Photography)

The series ‘Netropolis’ [2003 – 2006] is an exploration of the way global cities will develop in the future. In 1926 director Fritz Lang created the vision of a futuristic 21st Century megacity in his film ‘Metropolis’. Now that we’ve crossed the threshold of the 21st Century new sets of factors unthought of by Lang move to shape the future of our urban species.

Maria Stromvik : ‘Waterscapes’ Series (Photography)

Maria Stromvik is an amateur photographer who started photographing in the summer of 2009. She grew up by the seaside in southern Sweden, and the sea – as well as water in other forms – is a recurrent theme in many of her photographs. The choice of working in black and white was never really a choice.

Maria Stromvik : ‘Waterscapes’ Series (Photography)

Maria Stromvik is an amateur photographer who started photographing in the summer of 2009. She grew up by the seaside in southern Sweden, and the sea – as well as water in other forms – is a recurrent theme in many of her photographs. The choice of working in black and white was never really a choice.

C. N. Hedeen : ‘Flows’ Series (Photography)

C. N. Hedeen is a self-taught photographer, based in South-western Montana. Producing fine art black and white landscapes for the discriminating collector.

C. N. Hedeen : ‘Flows’ Series (Photography)

C. N. Hedeen is a self-taught photographer, based in South-western Montana. Producing fine art black and white landscapes for the discriminating collector.

Stephen Inggs : Photography Series

These works consists of powerful yet delicate large scale photographs, each one hand-coated with silver gelatin emulsion onto 100% cotton mould-made paper, using traditional techniques. The handmade, tactile and physical aspects of this process are used to underline the references to history, transience and the overlooked object. Each piece is therefore a unique and original work of art.

Stephen Inggs : Photography Series

These works consists of powerful yet delicate large scale photographs, each one hand-coated with silver gelatin emulsion onto 100% cotton mould-made paper, using traditional techniques. The handmade, tactile and physical aspects of this process are used to underline the references to history, transience and the overlooked object. Each piece is therefore a unique and original work of art.

Andreas Gefeller : The Japan Series (Photography)

Sensitizing and expanding our perception of what is allegedly a familiar reality is the attitude Düsseldorf-based photographer Andreas Gefeller adopts in his work. His most recent photographs are clearly more formal and structural, and they exhibit striking pictorial qualities.

Andreas Gefeller : The Japan Series (Photography)

Sensitizing and expanding our perception of what is allegedly a familiar reality is the attitude Düsseldorf-based photographer Andreas Gefeller adopts in his work. His most recent photographs are clearly more formal and structural, and they exhibit striking pictorial qualities.

Hans-Christian Schink : ’1h’ Series (Photography)

Photography is centered on light and time. Typically, they’re not independent – the amount of light available tends to determine the amount of time needed for a photograph. Exposure usually needs to be done properly, because not doing so results in all kinds of unwanted effects, such as under or overexposed images. Of course, this needn’t necessarily be bad.

Hans-Christian Schink : ’1h’ Series (Photography)

Photography is centered on light and time. Typically, they’re not independent – the amount of light available tends to determine the amount of time needed for a photograph. Exposure usually needs to be done properly, because not doing so results in all kinds of unwanted effects, such as under or overexposed images. Of course, this needn’t necessarily be bad.

Christiane Feser : “Folds” Series (Photo Collage)

Folded landscapes, digitally arranged from an archive with photographs of thousands of folded ‘A4’ sheets.

Christiane Feser : “Folds” Series (Photo Collage)

Folded landscapes, digitally arranged from an archive with photographs of thousands of folded ‘A4’ sheets.

Valéry Lippens : ‘Haecceity’ Series (Photography)

Valery Lippens strives to create in his series ‘Haecceity’ a more accurate portrayal of our perceptions. Lippens captures commuters in their turbulent spontaneity rushing from one train to the next and creates one large image comprised of approximately 350 miniature photos.

Valéry Lippens : ‘Haecceity’ Series (Photography)

Valery Lippens strives to create in his series ‘Haecceity’ a more accurate portrayal of our perceptions. Lippens captures commuters in their turbulent spontaneity rushing from one train to the next and creates one large image comprised of approximately 350 miniature photos.

Michelle Kloehn : Unseen (Tintype Series)

I started using the wet plate technique eight years ago, when I went off to a residency and holed myself up in the darkroom until I figured out how the process worked. From there I have created several bodies of work- each one generating more questions for myself. Lately I have been thinking about light and shadow, about abstraction and representation, about the difference between what we think we see and what we want to see.

Michelle Kloehn : Unseen (Tintype Series)

I started using the wet plate technique eight years ago, when I went off to a residency and holed myself up in the darkroom until I figured out how the process worked. From there I have created several bodies of work- each one generating more questions for myself. Lately I have been thinking about light and shadow, about abstraction and representation, about the difference between what we think we see and what we want to see.

Dan Holdsworth : ‘Blackout’ Series (Photography)

Occupying a space between documentary and the make-believe, these photographs, reproduced to a grand scale, transform the elemental terrain of giant Icelandic glaciers as they melt away into a strange, futuristic landscape. Blackout’s awe-striking photographs appear so otherworldly it is almost impossible to believe that these lunar-style landscapes actually exist.

Dan Holdsworth : ‘Blackout’ Series (Photography)

Occupying a space between documentary and the make-believe, these photographs, reproduced to a grand scale, transform the elemental terrain of giant Icelandic glaciers as they melt away into a strange, futuristic landscape. Blackout’s awe-striking photographs appear so otherworldly it is almost impossible to believe that these lunar-style landscapes actually exist.

Susan Burnstine : “On Waking Dreams” (Photography)

WITHIN SHADOWS: This ongoing body of work explores the fleeting moments between dreaming and waking – the blurred seconds in which imagination and reality collide.

Susan Burnstine : “On Waking Dreams” (Photography)

WITHIN SHADOWS: This ongoing body of work explores the fleeting moments between dreaming and waking – the blurred seconds in which imagination and reality collide.

Edgar Martins : “When Light Casts no Shadow” Series.

In reflecting on the complexity of the negotiations between estranged lives and de-territorialised worlds, one might wonder if the generic city is synonymous with the contemporary airport. Immured in temporality and suffering from a sense of historical discontinuity, the airport is the elementary expression of abstract space.

Edgar Martins : “When Light Casts no Shadow” Series.

In reflecting on the complexity of the negotiations between estranged lives and de-territorialised worlds, one might wonder if the generic city is synonymous with the contemporary airport. Immured in temporality and suffering from a sense of historical discontinuity, the airport is the elementary expression of abstract space.

Roseanne Lynch : “Document” Series (Photography)

This body of work presents a sustained investigation of light; light that has no material substance and is illusory. This investigation focuses on the immaterial; through it I observe how light molds and moves, light defining the planes, how our reading of a subject can be altered by its interaction with light – sometimes dramatically.

Roseanne Lynch : “Document” Series (Photography)

This body of work presents a sustained investigation of light; light that has no material substance and is illusory. This investigation focuses on the immaterial; through it I observe how light molds and moves, light defining the planes, how our reading of a subject can be altered by its interaction with light – sometimes dramatically.

Renato D’Agostin : Tokyo Untitled (Photography Series)

Longing to break the unconscious, immediate and easy processes of the known and the predictable, I traveled to Tokyo for the first time. I was immediately struck by a sense of disorientation and an inability to quickly locate my own position within the geography of the city.

Renato D’Agostin : Tokyo Untitled (Photography Series)

Longing to break the unconscious, immediate and easy processes of the known and the predictable, I traveled to Tokyo for the first time. I was immediately struck by a sense of disorientation and an inability to quickly locate my own position within the geography of the city.

Geraldo de Barros : Photoforms Series

De Barros questioned the amateur pictorial and academic tradition in Brazilian photography, which emphasised classical rules of composition. His experiments investigated the limits of the traditional photographic process, intervening directly in the negative,

Geraldo de Barros : Photoforms Series

De Barros questioned the amateur pictorial and academic tradition in Brazilian photography, which emphasised classical rules of composition. His experiments investigated the limits of the traditional photographic process, intervening directly in the negative,

Fernell Franco : ‘Amarrados’ (Bound)

Fernell Franco (1942-2006) is considered one of the few photographers who developed a distinct lyrical view of the shift toward modernity in Latin America. The exhibition ‘Amarrados’ [Bound] focused on the Amarrados series comprising large-scale black and white photographs developed by Franco in the early 1980s.

Fernell Franco : ‘Amarrados’ (Bound)

Fernell Franco (1942-2006) is considered one of the few photographers who developed a distinct lyrical view of the shift toward modernity in Latin America. The exhibition ‘Amarrados’ [Bound] focused on the Amarrados series comprising large-scale black and white photographs developed by Franco in the early 1980s.

Xavier Comas : ‘Tokyo Up, Down’ (Photography)

The Tokyo Up, Down project comprises a series of black and white photographs taken inside and outside of elevators in Tokyo. The project explores vertical transportation in the intimacy of the elevator cabin, a moment of silence suspended in space and time, which nonetheless yields a rich array of subtle interactions between strangers on the shortest ever journey

Xavier Comas : ‘Tokyo Up, Down’ (Photography)

The Tokyo Up, Down project comprises a series of black and white photographs taken inside and outside of elevators in Tokyo. The project explores vertical transportation in the intimacy of the elevator cabin, a moment of silence suspended in space and time, which nonetheless yields a rich array of subtle interactions between strangers on the shortest ever journey

Leonie Polah : ‘Meertens’ Series (Photography)

a selection of black and white, abstract and architectural photographs…

Leonie Polah : ‘Meertens’ Series (Photography)

a selection of black and white, abstract and architectural photographs…

Laurent Millet : ‘Les Monolithes’ Series (Photography)

“In my imagination,” says Millet, “I was seeing these engines, half-covered by the water, like geometric shapes.” It’s not necessary to know what he was thinking when he made these pictures to feel they have a somber quality. And yet there is a delicacy about them too, in the irregularity of their outside lines, and in the flimsiness of the shapes themselves. “I have a strong necessity to build things,” he says, “but now my constructions have become faster and lighter.”

Laurent Millet : ‘Les Monolithes’ Series (Photography)

“In my imagination,” says Millet, “I was seeing these engines, half-covered by the water, like geometric shapes.” It’s not necessary to know what he was thinking when he made these pictures to feel they have a somber quality. And yet there is a delicacy about them too, in the irregularity of their outside lines, and in the flimsiness of the shapes themselves. “I have a strong necessity to build things,” he says, “but now my constructions have become faster and lighter.”

Brancolina : “breaking the darkness” series (photography)

a selection of black and white, abstract and minimal photographs…

Brancolina : “breaking the darkness” series (photography)

a selection of black and white, abstract and minimal photographs…

Christophe Caudroy : ‘Home’ Series (Photography)

I have lived in eight houses in six cities. I’ve learned not to be attached to them. They’re just nice places. My house as a child was always my Grandmother’s. For more than fifty years, my family met there for parties and vacations.

Christophe Caudroy : ‘Home’ Series (Photography)

I have lived in eight houses in six cities. I’ve learned not to be attached to them. They’re just nice places. My house as a child was always my Grandmother’s. For more than fifty years, my family met there for parties and vacations.

Ben Ali Ong : Photography Series

Throughout my work I have been primarily interested in the suggestive possibilities between the images, and the open narrative I can create by juxtaposing the interior and exterior world beside each other. Portraits next to landscape, for example

Ben Ali Ong : Photography Series

Throughout my work I have been primarily interested in the suggestive possibilities between the images, and the open narrative I can create by juxtaposing the interior and exterior world beside each other. Portraits next to landscape, for example

Kevin Haas : ‘Chicago Scribed’ (Photogravures)

This series of eight prints uses photographs taken in the city of Chicago through the plexiglass found on public transit shelters, covered with graffiti, dirt and other detritus. The interference of the dust, graffiti and scratches reaffirms both the 2-D surface of the print itself and the separation of the photograph from experience, locating representation within the realm of memory.

Kevin Haas : ‘Chicago Scribed’ (Photogravures)

This series of eight prints uses photographs taken in the city of Chicago through the plexiglass found on public transit shelters, covered with graffiti, dirt and other detritus. The interference of the dust, graffiti and scratches reaffirms both the 2-D surface of the print itself and the separation of the photograph from experience, locating representation within the realm of memory.

Adam Magyar : “Stainless” Series (Photography)

In the “Stainless” series I scan rushing subway trains arriving to stations. The images record a number of tiny details of this moment. We see people staring towards their destinations standing at the doors framed by the sliding door windows. They’re scrutinizing the uncertain future.

Adam Magyar : “Stainless” Series (Photography)

In the “Stainless” series I scan rushing subway trains arriving to stations. The images record a number of tiny details of this moment. We see people staring towards their destinations standing at the doors framed by the sliding door windows. They’re scrutinizing the uncertain future.

Peter Moons : “Guillemins” Series (Photography)

The Liège-Guillemins TGV Railway Station in Belgium celebrates movement, openness and transparency. The station creates a sense of place reminiscent of Victorian-era stations and symbolizes the city’s renewal. Built above five active rail platforms and nine tracks, the 35 meter high, 160 meter long vaulted station is a major hub for high-speed trains.

Peter Moons : “Guillemins” Series (Photography)

The Liège-Guillemins TGV Railway Station in Belgium celebrates movement, openness and transparency. The station creates a sense of place reminiscent of Victorian-era stations and symbolizes the city’s renewal. Built above five active rail platforms and nine tracks, the 35 meter high, 160 meter long vaulted station is a major hub for high-speed trains.

Andreas Gefeller : The Japan Series (Photography)

Gefeller takes at least two shots of utility poles vertically from below. In the subsequent digital composite the poles disappear, and the innumerable cables and transformers are converted into an abstract composition against a monochrome background. The absence of points of reference and orientation in these works opens up a new perspective on familiar situations.

Andreas Gefeller : The Japan Series (Photography)

Gefeller takes at least two shots of utility poles vertically from below. In the subsequent digital composite the poles disappear, and the innumerable cables and transformers are converted into an abstract composition against a monochrome background. The absence of points of reference and orientation in these works opens up a new perspective on familiar situations.

Olaf Otto Becker : “Above Zero” Series (Photography)

After project ‘Broken Line’ Olaf returned to Greenland to supplement another series of photographs for his new project ‘Above Zero’. This time his travels would take him even further into the interior, since he intended to portray the Greenland Ice Sheet, the vast body of ice covering the surface of Greenland.

Olaf Otto Becker : “Above Zero” Series (Photography)

After project ‘Broken Line’ Olaf returned to Greenland to supplement another series of photographs for his new project ‘Above Zero’. This time his travels would take him even further into the interior, since he intended to portray the Greenland Ice Sheet, the vast body of ice covering the surface of Greenland.

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.

Shinichi Maruyama : “Kusho” Series (Photography)

The ‘Kusho’ series consists of twenty-three large scale colour photographs that represent the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces. The phenomenon that Maruyama captures of the two liquids colliding a millisecond before they merge is the result of various actions and devices.

Shinichi Maruyama : “Kusho” Series (Photography)

The ‘Kusho’ series consists of twenty-three large scale colour photographs that represent the interplay of black ink and water, both in midair and on white surfaces. The phenomenon that Maruyama captures of the two liquids colliding a millisecond before they merge is the result of various actions and devices.

Daniel Hachmann : ‘Urban Tribes’ Series (Photography)

Daniel Hachmann`s work reflects his inner self as it reflects the world around him.

Daniel Hachmann : ‘Urban Tribes’ Series (Photography)

Daniel Hachmann`s work reflects his inner self as it reflects the world around him.

Martin Bogren : “Isola” Series (Photography)

Martin Bogren is a photographer based in Malmo/Sweden. His work stems from a personal documentary tradition and often contains a poetic sensibility. Recently Martin has exhibited in Scandinavia, USA, France, Poland and Italy. His project ‘Lowland’ is to be exhibited at Fotografiska in Stockholm in September 2011 and the book will be published by Max Ström in connection with this exhibition.

Martin Bogren : “Isola” Series (Photography)

Martin Bogren is a photographer based in Malmo/Sweden. His work stems from a personal documentary tradition and often contains a poetic sensibility. Recently Martin has exhibited in Scandinavia, USA, France, Poland and Italy. His project ‘Lowland’ is to be exhibited at Fotografiska in Stockholm in September 2011 and the book will be published by Max Ström in connection with this exhibition.

Trent Parke : ‘Dream/Life & Beyond’ Series (Photography)

Trent Parke is considered one of the most innovative photographers of his generation. His exhibition Dream/Life and Beyond is an ongoing document of the streets of Sydney which began when, at the age of 20, he moved from his hometown of Newcastle to live in the capital of New South Wales. In trying to deal with his sense of loneliness at the time, he took to the streets with his Leica camera and began to create a picture of Sydney unlike any other we are accustomed to seeing. As he says of his practice: “I’m always trying to channel personal emotions into my work.

Trent Parke : ‘Dream/Life & Beyond’ Series (Photography)

Trent Parke is considered one of the most innovative photographers of his generation. His exhibition Dream/Life and Beyond is an ongoing document of the streets of Sydney which began when, at the age of 20, he moved from his hometown of Newcastle to live in the capital of New South Wales. In trying to deal with his sense of loneliness at the time, he took to the streets with his Leica camera and began to create a picture of Sydney unlike any other we are accustomed to seeing. As he says of his practice: “I’m always trying to channel personal emotions into my work.

Masao Yamamoto : Photography Series

Masao Yamamoto is inspired by the Japanese philosophy of Zen, and the belief that meditation and the pursuit of beauty play an essential role in the development of human beings. Yamamoto’s philosophical and spiritual roots contribute to his distinctive photographic style, in which the ordinary is revealed as something extraordinary.

Masao Yamamoto : Photography Series

Masao Yamamoto is inspired by the Japanese philosophy of Zen, and the belief that meditation and the pursuit of beauty play an essential role in the development of human beings. Yamamoto’s philosophical and spiritual roots contribute to his distinctive photographic style, in which the ordinary is revealed as something extraordinary.

Stephan Zirwes : Snow (Photography)

Hundreds of meters above the ground with a climbing harness, hanging out of an open helicopter, Zirwes composes his graphical abstracting photographs. His work shows patterns, structures, connections, boarders, uniformities and contrasts but also current political and sociocritical themes. The orthogonal view of his photographs reduces the space into two dimensions.

Stephan Zirwes : Snow (Photography)

Hundreds of meters above the ground with a climbing harness, hanging out of an open helicopter, Zirwes composes his graphical abstracting photographs. His work shows patterns, structures, connections, boarders, uniformities and contrasts but also current political and sociocritical themes. The orthogonal view of his photographs reduces the space into two dimensions.

Idris Khan : “Bernd and Hilla Becher” Works (Photography)

Since 1959 Bernd and Hilla Becher have been photographing industrial structures that exemplify modernist engineering, such as gas reservoirs and water towers. These works are often presented in groups of similar design; their repeated images make these everyday buildings seem strangely imposing and alien. Idris Khan’s Every… Bernd And Hilla Becher… series appropriates the Bechers’ imagery and compiles their collections into single super-images.

Idris Khan : “Bernd and Hilla Becher” Works (Photography)

Since 1959 Bernd and Hilla Becher have been photographing industrial structures that exemplify modernist engineering, such as gas reservoirs and water towers. These works are often presented in groups of similar design; their repeated images make these everyday buildings seem strangely imposing and alien. Idris Khan’s Every… Bernd And Hilla Becher… series appropriates the Bechers’ imagery and compiles their collections into single super-images.

Kim Høltermand : Deserted City (Photography)

Kim Høltermand is a freelance architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. When Kim is not out taking moody epic photographs of architecture, he works as a fingerprints expert in the Crime Scene Unit of the National Police.

Kim Høltermand : Deserted City (Photography)

Kim Høltermand is a freelance architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. When Kim is not out taking moody epic photographs of architecture, he works as a fingerprints expert in the Crime Scene Unit of the National Police.

Regina Deluise : Photography Series

The photographs of DeLuise have that classical look, so depending on your prejudice they’re likely to produce either immediate pleasure or instant suspicion. I suspect both reactions of superficiality. For one thing, DeLuise understands how both the seductions and the risks are built into her technique:

Regina Deluise : Photography Series

The photographs of DeLuise have that classical look, so depending on your prejudice they’re likely to produce either immediate pleasure or instant suspicion. I suspect both reactions of superficiality. For one thing, DeLuise understands how both the seductions and the risks are built into her technique:

Sonja Braas : “Forces” Series (Photography)

Sonja Braas photography is a culmination of a world spanning project which has been in the making for several years. Braas makes photographs in museums of natural history or zoology in which one passes through different environment zones. These are constructed of three-dimensional materials with painted backdrops receding into a mysterious distance.

Sonja Braas : “Forces” Series (Photography)

Sonja Braas photography is a culmination of a world spanning project which has been in the making for several years. Braas makes photographs in museums of natural history or zoology in which one passes through different environment zones. These are constructed of three-dimensional materials with painted backdrops receding into a mysterious distance.

Josef Hoflehner : “New York City” Series (Photography)

Josef Hoflehner’s images are hauntingly beautiful. Each photograph achieves a perfection of composition that seems to defy the possibility that it could ever be seen any other way. Gripping in their ultimate solitude and the unexpected natural beauty they capture, his photographs take his earthly subject matter to raise it to an almost mythical level, defining the essence of the place.

Josef Hoflehner : “New York City” Series (Photography)

Josef Hoflehner’s images are hauntingly beautiful. Each photograph achieves a perfection of composition that seems to defy the possibility that it could ever be seen any other way. Gripping in their ultimate solitude and the unexpected natural beauty they capture, his photographs take his earthly subject matter to raise it to an almost mythical level, defining the essence of the place.