C’était mieux maintenant : les fantômes de Daisuke Yokota | OAI13 : Culture Photo et société

C'était mieux maintenant : les fantômes de Daisuke Yokota

Shoot, Print, Repeat: An Interview With Daisuke Yokota A young Japanese photographer re-photographs his prints up to ten times, adding successive layers of handmade distortion each time around

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The developing process and the potential of analogue image-making are pushed to the extreme by Daisuke Yokota to create.

rinko kawauchi 'utatane'

© Rinko Kawauchi

rinko kawauchi - i like the colours in this image. its very cool toned, but doesnt feel cold. she also has made a spoon seem interesting which is what made me attracted to this image

Hiroshi Sugimoto's Sea Scapes at the Gagosian | Spoon & Tamago

Hiroshi Sugimoto's Sea Scapes at the Gagosian

Astrid Kruse Jensen, From series Disappearing Into the Past, 2010/ 2011

Astrid Kruse Jensen is a Danish art photography-visual artist, based in Copenhagen, who explores the borderland between the apparent and the hidden, between the real and imaginary.

Alumbramiento / Ten Minutes Older (2002), by Victor Erice

Jonay elige: 'Lifeline' (Víctor Erice, de 'Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet'.

rinko kawauchi

It's quite surprising to find out that "Kawauchi Rinko: Illuminance, Ametsuchi, Seeing Shadow" is Rinko Kawauchi's first solo exhibition in Tokyo. For a wi

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