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Bastiaanwoudt metalmagazine 1
PhotographyDecember 14, 2018
Bringing monochrome to life

Inspired by flaws, imperfections, the surrealist era, and masters like Irving Penn and Richard Avedon, the Dutch photographer is creating a unique style.

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PhotographyDecember 13, 2018
Redefining femininity

Until December 22, visit the exhibition “Girls” in Bangkok, a ten-year-long project where the Chinese photographer has explored female identity.

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Hotspots - PhotographyDecember 12, 2018
A celebration of black identity

With no prior experience in the art world, Marie Gomis-Trezise opened an online art gallery two years ago to showcase the works of African artists.

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PhotographyDecember 10, 2018
The everyday, distorted

Meet the New York-based photographer that shoots everyday objects like flowers, vegetables and fish through a distorted and unexpected lens.

Hobbes ginsberg metalmagazine 9
PhotographyDecember 06, 2018
To create is to subvert

Through self-portraits, poppy still lives, and even films, the Los Angeles-based artist and photographer defies the status quo and shows their own reality.

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PhotographyDecember 05, 2018
When the end is near

From December 8, visit C/O Berlin to see how different artists, from Nan Goldin to Larry Clark and Erik Kessels, have explored death through photography.

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PhotographyDecember 03, 2018
Taking his muse from the streets

From December 7, meet the American photographer taking to the streets of New York City to document the hidden reality of living while black in America.

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PhotographyNovember 30, 2018
Cuando la imagen lo es (casi) todo

Este fin de semana en Madrid, disfruta de una feria editorial, talleres, charlas, exposiciones y, claro está, el protagonista del festival, los fotolibros.

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PhotographyNovember 28, 2018
Justice, immigration and sexual fluidity

Running until December 16 at Foam (Amsterdam), her exhibition “Apples for Sale” studies the complex lives of Indonesian domestic female workers in Hong Kong.

Namsaleuba metalmagazine
PhotographyNovember 21, 2018
An assemblage of artefacts

With her personal spin on African codes and symbols, the work of Swiss-Guinean photographer Namsa Leuba sits somewhere between tradition and fiction.

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