The Paradise of Lost Radishes is an exhibition of 39 photographs made with a splitcam.
One day I was walking in a city, when in a street, I found a radish. I was very disconcerted and said to myself “Oh! A lost radish!”, so my imagination began to work. I saw this radish as a fish out of water which was going to die in this street and may be get back to the paradise of lost radishes which would be an imaginary place, a parallel world filled with fantastic creatures…
If you want to meet these creatures, come and visit the paradise of lost radishes.
The prestige photographer Grete Stern was the first ever photographer to present an exhibition of modern photographic art in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and was a conscious daydreamer who experimented with photographs and scissors.
The late American photographer Jan Groover left a mark among young photographers with her unique arrangements and compositions as her experience as an abstract artist made her approach photography in a painterly manner.
Iván Martín Gonzalez is a photographer from Madrid, whose work is characterized by an intimate, delicate style. He shares with us a series of photographs that he has shot with the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens.
Photographer and music maven Laurice Fox, aka Foxkult provides us with perspective on the colorful scenes of Oasis Fest in Marrakech. She shot with the Neptune Convertible Art Lens system, the ultimate kit for music and travel photographers alike.
Jesse Macht, aka musician Race The Tide, created tons of instant memories shot using the Lomo'Instant Automat while out on a recent DIY tour across the country in collaboration with Airstream and Pendleton. He shares the photographs and the tour diary with us here.
Lomography Gallery Store Soho is thrilled to announce a new exhibition of stereoscopic prints taken from Brian May's personal archives. You'll get the opportunity to view some exclusive snapshots through the specially made OWL glasses, designed by the man himself.