‘It’s more relevant than ever’ photo exhibition puts focus on immigration

At this years Photoville in Brooklyn, themes of immigration and multiculturalism run through much of the work on show In the coming weeks, a set of shipping containers will be installed at Brooklyn Bridge Plaza in Dumbo a clear sign that Laura Roumanos, co-curator of Photoville Brooklyn. Among the immigration-themed…

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After Photographing Nearly 500 Abandoned Locations, I Came Across Stunning Abkhazia

When I started preparing for the journey, I had already been photographing abandoned architecture for nearly four years. Having captured many places all over Europe – Poland, Germany, and Portugal among them – I felt an urge to aim for something unique, something that would ignite a spark of adventure…

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Nigerian Photographer Takes Stunning Portraits Of Diverse African People

Her name is Bisola Mofeoluwa Bamuyiwa, owner of her own photography company BMB studio in Lagos, Nigeria. With a talent like hers you would think she had studied photography all her life, but in fact, her only degree is in Project Management Technology from the Lagos State University. Bamuyiwa said she was…

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Fairytale-Like Pictures Of Horses Living In Extreme Iceland Conditions

Doggett was constantly surrounded by artistic muses, lodged on a farm with hundreds of horses. However, he found inspiration not only from his environment but from a more unlikely source – folklore tales. It doesn’t take an art critic to see how the story of the mythological god, Odin’s, spirit…

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A story of survival: New Yorks last remaining independent bookshops

Writer Philippe Ungar and photographer Franck Bohbot travelled across the Big Apple to meet 50 indie booksellers in their habitats Years ago, a friend invited me to something called Brazenhead Books, only she didnt call it that. She, like everyone else, called it the secret bookstore. Except it wasnt a…

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Sir Paul donates dozens of Linda McCartney photos to V&A

Dozens of images taken by singers first wife given to museums photography centre Dozens of intimate family photos and celebrity portraits by Linda McCartney are to form part of a significant new photography centre at the V&A Museum. The museum in south-west London is almost doubling the space it devotes…

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