Results for "fotografía"

/ Art&Design

Meg Hewitt: achromatic viscerality

Discovering the work of Australian photographer Meg Hewitt (Sidney, 1973) is like plunging into a vast river that terrifies and attracts you at the same time and which will take you somewhere unknown. Her dark, ruthless and visceral imagery reaches its zenith with the series Tokyo is Yours, now published in a photobook bearing the same […]

Read more

/ Hotspots / Madrid / Cortes-Atocha

Lumas, limited editions

In the art world they have been saying for many years that it’s better to invest in photography. Needless to say, this format is much more welcome by the public, due in part to the fact that no previous knowledge is needed to understand it. There are many galleries that are giving greater prominence to […]

Read more

/ Foodie

Eating for Two

I’m not a mother. I’ve never been pregnant and, for now, the maternal instinct hasn’t knocked my door. My experience with kids has never gone beyond playing around or babysitting just a few times, or being woken up at midnight by the helpless cries of the twins on the 4th floor.  I couldn’t hide my […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Inedit photos of Nirvana

If you grew up in the 1990s, you will probably have the legendary Nirvana cover for Nevermind ingrained in your mind, the photo of the baby under water following a dollar. The author of the picture was Austin (Texas) photographer Kirk Weddle. A few months after the launch of the iconic album Weddle was commissioned to carry out a […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Rollei Actioncam 500 Sunrise

The so-called action cams are everywhere. The increase of followers of extreme sports, coupled with a desire to visually record all adventures, has led camera manufacturers to rake their brains and create the best models for this kind of activities. Rollei is the latest brand to release a new camera.  Rollei is the latest brand to release a […]

Read more

/ Interviewin

Yosigo, visual persistence

We recently told you about Riu Avall, a photobook that caught our attention. Riu Avall is an accurate portrait of the Llobregat River by Barcelona-based Basque photographer Yosigo (San Sebastian, 1981). Starting from there, we began digging deeper into his work to discover a very different look where the spaces we inhabit and uninhabit gain a new dimension, […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Sia Furler x Interview

We’re starting off the week with this piece featured on Interview Magazine around the enigmatic Australian artist Sia Furler, an interview, a cover and a photo reportage to welcome the month of April. Sia confessed “I’m trying to have some control over my image, and I’m allowed to maintain some modicum of privacy.” At this point […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Aparato maravilloso. El sol de la bandera

Way back in 2012, Frédérique Bangerter and Alberto García-Alix decided to join forces and launch a very special publishing project in which each book is carefully thought out and borne as if it were a treasure. They didn’t have a pre-defined style, so they decided to name it Cabeza de chotlito. Their latest adventure takes us across the sky through […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

A safari, a Leica M-P 240

Without going any further, last week we presented the latest limited edition model, the M-P 240 Safari Edition. Well today it’s the turn of a key accessory, especially if you have a camera as unique as this one, the case created by Austrian Hard Graft accessories brand. A gem in the form of digital camera, with the body […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

An explosion of Heavy Metals

The Brixton-based Italian artist Alberto Seveso continues to explore underwater photography through very colorful abstract images. His obsession with the shapes, colors and textures that ink and other materials take underwater led him to make such sublime snapshots that it’s hard to believe they are real. The result is motion graphic or 3D works made with photographs. […]

Read more

1 2