On a map of the south-eastern U.S., the 245-mile Ogeechee River cuts a diagonal path across Eastern Georgia before curling south of the city of Savannah and emptying into the Atlantic Ocean. It is known locally as Blackwater River for its slow moving waters that are like black glass, reflecting the sky and flora overhead and masking the tangle of life...
Titled after a government complex wedged between the Capitol and the White House, Federal Triangle fuses a documentary approach to photography with the opportunity for alternative interpretations: simultaneously grounded in the real, and suggestive of the darker fantasies that pervade our political landscape.
Depuis plus de trente ans, les photographies de Thibaut Cuisset évoluent entre les problématiques liées au paysage, à l’environnement et à la notion de territoire. Avec l’acuité contemporaine d’un regard digne des photographes américains de la New Topographics, Thibaut Cuisset s’empare de la singularité de nos campagnes, sans fioritures ni nostalgie.
Ce livre souligne la dimension hypergraphique de l’œuvre de Gruyaert car l’aéroport est un concentré de son vocabulaire visuel : intensité des couleurs, géométrie des formes, transparence, jeux de lumière et reflets.
For the last fifteen years, Gregory Halpern has been photographing in Omaha, Nebraska, steadily compiling a lyrical, if equivocal, response to the American Heartland. In loosely-collaged spreads that reproduce his construction-paper sketchbooks, Halpern takes pleasure in cognitive dissonance and unexpected harmonies, playing on a sense of simultaneous...
‘American Origami’ is the result of six years of photographic research, and results in a statement of over 700 photographs which closely examines the epidemic of mass shootings in American schools, weaving together first person interviews, forensic documents, and original photographs.
Keizo Kitajima travelled to Eastern Europe in 1983 to take these pictures as a photographer and not as a tourist, yet for these to have remained unseen despite his initial intention to exhibit them, involves a specific if strange operation which bears directly on the question " when does one become a photographer?"