It’s always a gift to see how photojournalists interpret life, especially shots like this signature image
Digital photographer Dean West is known for his intricate and highly staged photographs that take everyday occurrences beyond the realm of natural reality.
These lush works by Dutch photographer Hans Withoos are typical of creations scheduled for next month’s Fashion Art Toronto, a staple over the last decade for its avant-garde art, photography and design.
In theatre, a monodramatic is a piece for only one performer. In the hands of Japanese photographer Daisuke Takakura, it means cloning one figure into a riveting medley of personalities, actions and perspectives.
Laurel Johannesson’s new photo works focus on the underlying theme of ‘being in a state of precarious limbo.” The Oblivion Seekers “are searching for a space where time is suspended, where they can hover in limbo, and temporarily push memory and knowing into oblivion.”
Using the remains of fish that had washed up on the shores of a Saskatchewan lake, photographer Vera Saltzman created this series of powerful lumen photographs that draw attention to the destruction of our natural environments.