Russian scientist and undersea photographer Alexander Semenov is a zoologist who studies invertebrates, based at Russia’s White Sea Biological Station near the Polar Circle. Semenov is chief of the dive team at the station, where he always has at hand a semi-professional camera complete with underwater housing and […]
This short film is a fascinating look at the way Brooklyn-based photo artist Daniel Gordon creates the elaborate, colorful, three-dimensional tableaux he constructs with images collected from the Internet. The video focuses on still lifes, created with analog techniques then finished digitally. A joy to watch, especially if […]
It is difficult to decide whether the photography, or the painting, of Quebec-based artist Jean-Francois Dupuis is more compelling.
This series by Gene Mastrangeli was inspired by an anti-graffiti by-law put into effect in Toronto. He’s on exhibition at convenience, a window gallery for experimental urban and civic art.
Photographer Chino Otsuka inserts an image of herself as an adult into her childhood photographs, creating an instant biographical moment. “Being a tourist of your own history” is her starting point.
Photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze is a French expat who lives in the heart of Kowloon, his base for recording Hong Kong. These images are from Vertical Horizons (also a book), which he describes as “a contemplative dive into the raw nature of Hong Kong and an expression of its […]