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Maxwell Anderson | Stop Making Sense

Stop Making Sense is a series of ever so slightly awkward images, which sit between the lines of peculiar anomaly and quotidian normality. Each photograph is a second look at what we may take for granted in our visual everyday lives. Sometimes simply documenting the ‘hidden in clear view’ oddities of things as they exist, and sometimes looking closer at specific details, recontextualising certain aspects of things outside of the ‘whole picture’. Continue Reading →

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David Monahan | Leaving Dublin

In the project Leaving Dublin, photographer David Monahan has captured more than 100 imminent emigrants on film as they prepare to leave the city in search of better opportunities abroad.

I fully recognise the difference between this and previous waves of emigration and at the same time I acknowledge that the quest remains the same – the search for a better life. The work honours the courage behind the decision and the fact that moving to a different country can dramatically shape the future lives of those who leave, and has huge impact on those left behind.” –David Monahan

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BLIK | Aukje Dekker · Bart Hess · Louise te Poele · Scarlett Hooft Graafland

BLIK – contemporary dutch photography
Aukje Dekker · Bart Hess · Louise te Poele · Scarlett Hooft Graafland

June 2nd – 14th 2012
Neonchocolate Gallery
Lychener Str. 23 Berlin

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Anton Corbijn | Inwards and Onwards

April 21 – June 9, 2012
CAMERA WORK
Kantstraße 149, 10623 Berlin
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Toru Ukai (鵜養透) | From the drifting islands

From the drifting islands represents the situation of Tokyo after the earthquake in Japan.
Since that day, surprising disperse from the authorities and the center is silently going on in the depths of this big city. We no longer believe in any official authorities.
On the other side, it seems that people now feel that things after ’3.11′ are different from what they were before, although we are leading as quiet a life as before. We, perhaps, have a bad premonition that full-scale calamities will start to fall on us in no distant future. Continue Reading →

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José Luis Abalo | Luchadores

“A world of revenge, honor and glory. Enter the vision of José Luis Abalo. A native of Venezuela, he devoted his photographic efforts to the documentation of Lucha Libre – Mexican and South American wrestling. His photography manages to be humorous, dark, and startling in the same moment.
His photo-book, Luchadores, will be a ticket to the front row of a wrestling match that will surprise you in its ferocity.”
Donovan Ortega

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Flotsam and Jetsam – A group show at TACTIC Cork, Ireland

Opening: Wednesday 23rd May 7pm
Exhibition: 24th May – June 2nd 2012
TACTIC, Cork, Ireland

Flotsam and Jetsam, curated by Kirstie North, focuses on the found object, scrap and ephemera and the use of everyday objects and materials.

Featuring work by
Paul Chisholm  //  Simon English // Swaantje Güntzel // James L Hayes // Barry W. Hughes // Joanna Hopkins // Fiona Reily //   Anne Marie Taggart // Sam Walkerdine Continue Reading →

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“Callum Ross’s untitled images give nothing away whilst telling us everything we need to know.
The places that feature in the West series evoke our curious desire to know where the places are:
west… west of where? The answer is not important in that these are less about places and more about the events occurring within the landscape. What is most apparent about these images is their transience of their sense of this is really one moment in an ongoing succession moments. Continue Reading →

C/O Berlin Book Days 2012

On May 25th + 26th 2012, C/O Berlin, International Forum For Visual Dialogues, will be presenting the C/O Berlin Book Days publishing event for the second time.

The program includes book presentations, screenings, discussions, seminars and book signings. In the courtyard of the historic Postfuhramt, more than 20 publishers will be introducing their latest publications on the subject of photography.

The C/O Berlin Book Days will take place by the occasion of the opening of the Larry Clark Retrospective and the Rafał Milach exhibition “7 Rooms on May 25th at 7 pm.

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