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CURRENT READING: Derry Moore: Evening Ragas : A Photographer in India

Armed with letters of introduction, Derry Moore made the acquaintance of many Indians of cultured and aristocratic backgrounds.Armed with letters of introduction, Derry Moore made the acquaintance of many Indians of cultured and aristocratic backgrounds.

‘The Photograph then becomes a new form of hallucination: false on the level of perception, true on the level of time. A temporal hallucination, so to speak".

Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida (1980).

THE STAPLER: 1998: Takashi Yasumuro

With humor and irony, Mr. Yasumura documents the paradoxical beauty found in the meeting of traditional and modern objectsWith humor and irony, Mr. Yasumura documents the paradoxical beauty found in the meeting of traditional and modern objects

Axel Hoedt : Etched With Light

Karoline Herfurth, Apartment Coco Chanel, Paris: PH Axel HoedtKaroline Herfurth, Apartment Coco Chanel, Paris: PH Axel Hoedt

In the process of putting together a project for a client I recently had to canvas Axel Hoedt's portfolio.

Katrien Franken's Distilled Essence

Franken has  exhibited her work at Bright Young Things Gallery Amsterdam, in April 2010Franken has exhibited her work at Bright Young Things Gallery Amsterdam, in April 2010

"In the portraits I make, I focus on the emotion within. Before the essence and quality of beauty represented the best of the visible world. I feel like I'm one of them. In the reproduction of the visible reality, the portrait plays a visible role"

Katrien Franken to TI

DAIDO MORIYAMA : How to Create a Beautiful Picture 11, 1987 : Gelatin silver print

Daidō Moriyama (森山 大道 Moriyama Daidō) is noted for his images depicting the breakdown of traditional values in Post-war JapanDaidō Moriyama (森山 大道 Moriyama Daidō) is noted for his images depicting the breakdown of traditional values in Post-war Japan

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