Joe Faulkner recently spoke to photographer Laurent Kronental about his images of the powerful and ghostly landscapes of the Grands Ensembles in Paris.
JF: How did you become interested in photography?
LK: My passion for the image [...]
Photofusion and Rockarchive have collaborated to create this timeline of portraits of David Bowie, Silhouettes and Shadows. From an innocent boy playing in front of a small crowd to the Starman we all know. Joe Faulkner spoke to the founder of Rockarchive, [...]
Timmy Reynolds: How did you first become interested in photography?
Tim Batten: I spent [...]
Tulips, by Andrew Miksys, offers a fascinating insight into a country that borders both Putin’s Russia and the West. Joe Faulkner asks Miksys about his methodology and creative process behind Tulips.
JF: Do you think being born is the US [...]
Influenced by the aesthetic of New Topographics, Croatian photographer Bojan Mrđenović brings an interesting perspective to his work. Budućnost, which means “The Future”, is the name of a state-owned chain of department stores in Pakrac, Lipik [...]
Gregory Barker: How did you first become interested in photography.
Cosmology has been a keen interest of civilisations past and present, a practice that extends to times before recorded history. The ancient man most probably looked up at the skies and asked probing questions about space and our origins, a theme that [...]
Visual artist Lucia Pizzani (www.luciapizzani.com), the joint winner of the Hotshoe Photofusion Award 2014(www.photofusion.org/hotshoe-photofusion-award-2014) along with filmmaker David Jackson, currently has a solo exhibition titled A Garden for Beatrix showing [...]
Named after NASA's 'Near-Earth Object Program', Barry W Hughes' latest series 'NEOP' takes us on a challenging adventure through his often-sculptural investigations into the aesthetics of outer space. Rosie Gist spoke to Hughes [...]
This Halloween we present to you the work of Alexander Binder - a self-taught photographer who for the past few years has been producing photographs of things that go bump in the night.
Zak Dimitrov: Your images are incredibly atmospheric, [...]