Alex Prager’s hyperreal America – in pictures
From a car in a hole to a house ablaze, the American photographer’s bold, bright and frequently unsettling work captures the disquiet of modern life
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5,506 Likes, 16 Comments - dm for promos 💌 (@simplicityarchives) on Instagram: “Regram @lesyanebo.brand by @anastasia.lisitsyna”
Documentary Photography by Jeff Boudreau – Photography – Design. / Visual.
Portrait x Documentary Photography. Photographer: Jeff Boudreau. Model Portraits & Documentary Photography by Photographer Jeff Boudreau
Photography Exhibitions Over Christmas & New Year 2018 - 2019
We’ve got a bit of spare time over the Christmas period and so a trip to the smoke to view (and take) some photographs is on the cards. We researched what's on over the festive period and here it is, shared with you! There's some great photography to see and we’ve even included the odd photography exhibition outside London for our Midlands and Northern friends. If you're planning on going on the main holiday days, check the individual websites first, most are closed on Boxing Day & New…
Happy 100th birthday, Leica!
As the world's original mobile camera turns 100, top Guardian photographers send their birthday messages to the little black box that changed their world
13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCCXXIII)
1. This staircase from the Eiffel Tower is for Sale It’s not every day that a chunk of one of the world’s most famous monuments goes on sale. But on November 27, Paris auction house Artcurial will be selling off a 24-step piece of original staircase from the Eiffel Tower, removed in 1983 to hel
Street Photography Book Review: “The Last Resort” by Martin Parr
All photographs in this article are copyrighted by Martin Parr / Magnum Photos. Warning: Some of the shots in the book are NSFW as they show child nudity. One of my favorite color photography books…
Are you sleepwalking now? What we know about mind-wandering – Thomas Metzinger | Aeon Essays
Given how little control we have of our wandering minds, how can we cultivate real mental autonomy?
estate: post-industrial ruin at the end of thatcher's britain
Robert Clayton's images of a council estate in Birmingham in 1991 visually crystallises the legacy of Tory government.