Fascinated by the Antarctic tundra, Andrea Juan creates works that place boldly colored man-made objects against the ice. In New Species (2011) bright colors warm the landscape while reminding the viewer of global warming.
Czech photographer Martin Stranka is one to watch, with more than three dozen international awards and a solid exhibition schedule in the U.S., Japan, Italy, England, France and other countries. His unique eye places many of his works in that narrow space of a few seconds between dreaming […]
This Edinburgh photographer (who goes only by the Flickr name Whiskey Galore) merges color and b&w to create vivid splashes on Iceland’s sere terrain. Taken on a trip this month, these shots are beautifully crafted.
Photo artist Cara Barer experiments with curling irons, clothes pins and water to transform discarded books into coiled, crumpled objects of beauty. She says her photographs “are primarily a documentation of a physical evolution . . . The way we choose to research and find information is also […]
Stev’nn Hall’s solo exhibition, Creative Destruction, at Toronto’s Muse Gallery showcases his photo-based landscape paintings. The title reflects the characteristic of bodies of water – eroding and changing – and embraces his abstract cloud explosions. Creative Destruction is also a metaphor for how he creates the artwork – […]
You probably know this haunting shot (left) by photographer Steve McCurry, taken at Nasir Bagh refugee camp in Pakistan. The 12-year-old girl had fled the mountains of Afghanistan after Soviet helicopters destroyed her village. The image was a cover of National Geographic in 1985, and has become one […]