German photographer Axel Hütte is part of Germany's postwar photographers who've been shaping contemporary German photography that reminisce of Bernd Becher's reportage-like visual.
Hütte considers himself a "landscape painter", drawing his motifs by systemizing landscape work whether in nature or urban settings.
Like his contemporaries Thomas Struth, Thomas Ruff and Andreas Gursky, Hütte approaches his subjects with sober yet mesmerizing lens, examining the uneasy interaction between buildings and the environment, from Alpine glaciers and to the South-American jungle. In this new series, Hütte captureed 70-large scale daytime and nighttime photos dating way back from 1995 to 2017.
Watch out for the upcoming display Axel Hütte: Night & Day at the Museum Kunstpalast in Dusseldorf, September 23. The show will close on January 14, 2018.
Contemporary artist and photographer Özlem Altin's clutter of drawings, photographs have become source materials of visual stories that explore themes of time, non-linearity, repetition, and existence.
Recognized as one of the most eminent British photographers part of the "Thatcher Years", Brian Griffin was known for his music photography that iconized in pop music history. Visuals from album covers, single sleeves, posters and such
The way photography shaped the world was immense, and culture has never been more the same. Replacing the written document and the drawn and painted image there's been a lot of opinions regarding the medium. Eleven photographers and artists discuss their sentiments.
Since the dawn of time, we humans have been referring to the sky and the celestial bodies for guidance. The stars have been with us all along, and some parts of the world are blessed with dancing lights. Photographer Mika Suutari has dedicated her art and passion to the night.
Alberto Ros is a Spanish photographer who grew up surrounded by photography. He became a part of the photography world early on, and he has been fascinated with it ever since. His project Hidden Humanity will take your breath away and raise many questions regarding the society we live in.
Contrary to popular belief, photo editing has been around since the early days of photography. The only difference is it's been used sparsely. There' a reason why the majority of old photographs are more appealing.
Collage has been around since the invention of paper in China, and it has evolved throughout history. The earliest and most familiar point is when Surrealists and Dadaists began adapting the technique in photography. Here, we have today's trends on contemporary collage.
Young photographer Jamie Hawkesworth's works have been on the cover five years after his debut on photography, and he's become a favorite among the fashion world. Here is a review of his young work from his beginner days to now.
Photography isn't just about the visuals, technicalities or equipment. To be a photographer, you have to capture the unseen and the abstract. And when you do, you grow one step empathetic. Here we review Lomographs that straight out speak of human emotions.