Waiting for the Bus, Byron, 1942

Impounded and suppressed: Dorothea Lange’s record of Japanese concentration camps in the US

On December 7th 2016 Tim Chambers, a Californian photographer and graphic designer, posted on his blog an article on about Dorothea Lange’s work on the imprisonment of Japanese-Americans in 1942, a historical event that derived from president Roosevelt’s executive order 9066 after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Already embarked on a fine art Read more about Impounded and suppressed: Dorothea Lange’s record of Japanese concentration camps in the US[…]

What is Pinhole Photography, according to Daniel Kazimierski.

  In his book Problems, Aristotle asked himself: “Why is it that when the sun passes through quadrilaterals, as for instance in wickerwork, it doesn’t produce a rectangular figure but a circle one instead?”. After him, scientists, philosophers and artists, among many others, continued disserting ver the nature of the optical phenomenae that occurs when Read more about What is Pinhole Photography, according to Daniel Kazimierski.[…]

The magic of instant photography is here to stay

  Almost 75 years have passed since Edwin Land invented instant photography, thanks to the curiosity of his 3 year old daughter who asked him why she couldn’t see the picture he had just taken right away. The question launched a research that became reality 5 years later, in a Jordan Marsh store in Boston, Read more about The magic of instant photography is here to stay[…]

Chema Madoz: artist of the minimum

Chema Madoz’s (Madrid, 1958) work has been based on the creation of discourses and narratives through the arrangement and exhibition of objects. This particular way of expressing himself and his poetic vision have been his trademark during all his career, turning him into one of the most interesting Spanish creators of the contemporary artistic scene. Read more about Chema Madoz: artist of the minimum[…]

Clap! – A book that offers a road-map of Latin American image-makers and creators.

    Clap!: a book that offers a road-map of Latin American image-makers and creators Is it possible to talk about trends when speaking about photography made in Latin America? What are the similarities and differences between the work done by photobook makers from Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Mexico or Venezuela? Is there a traceable DNA Read more about Clap! – A book that offers a road-map of Latin American image-makers and creators.[…]