CHER MIN TEO // Cher Min has been a photographer for 30 years, starting as a teenager, initially with film and then transitioning to digital photography. The photo series he shared with us is a documentary of the mixture of the vibrant art life found in Adelaide´s public spaces, including both musicians and artworks.
TRIS // We previously featured a series by tris on the colourful London cosplayers. This time tris has documented something equally colourful, a paint jam event by the WOM Collective, a grassroots collective of London and Los Angeles based female artists.
FERNANDO VISCASILLAS // Fernando is not a photographer. Or so he says. He considers himself a painter using digital photography as one of his mediums, having studied fine art in Spain. He transforms his photographs into fantastic colourful worlds using digital tools. We present a series of images from an annual ritual in Sabucedo, Galicia, […]
RUBER OSORIA // A year ago the young Cuban photographer Ruber Osoria, who migrated from Cuba to Chile on a long and wearying journey, walked through the streets of Santiago de Chile with his camera, capturing the art and slogans of rebellion painted on the city walls during a time of social upheaval in the […]
ENZO CRISPINO // Enzo is an award-winning Italian photographer with a great love of fine arts. During travels in England, he undertook his photographic project Meeting William Turner, a hommage to the great Romantic landscape painter and master of capturing light.
BERND GROSSECK // Bernd is from Graz, Austria, and in his photography he aims to show his city in a different light from the usual “classic sights” Graz is known for. He wants to show its diversity, and for this feature he shared pictures of an industrial building, which impresses with huge murals on its […]