On a pocket copy of the Gospel according to Saint Matthew, published in 1930, Javier Viver incorporates photographs of the Spanish Civil War and the desecration of religious images, in the form of an illustrated bible.
Since the birth of the modern beehive in 1852, the construction of beehives has no longer demonstrated structural innovation. By favoring the standardized cubic hive, beekeeping is turning its back on 4,400 years of architectural diversity. This short work is concerned with the period preceding homogenization, going back to -2,400.
Further delving into the photographic language that originated with Paloma al aire (2011), in Estudio elemental del Levante (carried out between 2010 and 2020) Ricardo Cases articulates the meanings rendered by his immediate environment, the Levante region (Spain), where he finds expressions of all phenomena, of all relations.
Photographs: Together & Alone presents a landmark entry in the lifework of Zürich photographer Karlheinz Weinberger (1921-2006), containing over 200 never-before-published vintage photographic prints that were re-discovered in 2017.
33,280 color slides, 23,076 black and white negatives: it is with this concise list that one of the hundreds of pages of the diary kept by Madeleine de Sinéty could have started. The quality of her relationship with the photographed beings, the intimacy, the richness of the encounters made in Poilley, a small village north of Rennes, overflows on all...