A Body Of Work by Polly Penrose

A Body Of Work by Polly Penrose   London-based photographer Polly Penrose explores her changing body as it ages with her on-going series ‘A body of work’. Taken over a period of seven years, they document key moments in her life, from her engagement to her pregnancy, to motherhood. Each photograph is an intuitive response to her environment, and a visual representation of her attempts to fit into the confines of her physical space. The physically demanding nature of her pictures leaves Read more […]

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Ecce Homo by Evelyn Bencicova

Ecce Homo by Evelyn Bencicova     In Evelyn Bencicova series ‘Ecce Homo,’ many faceless nude bodies appear in strange positions. Some are lying on shelves or tables, while others are sprawled in masses on the floor. Ecce Homo is Latin for ‘behold the man,’ a common artistic motif with Biblical origins that has been expanded to include depictions of violence and war. Although Evelyn Bencicova’s scenes are not necessarily violent, they’re still wrapped in mystery, leaving the Read more […]

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Form and Desire Exhibition Comes to the Palazzo Reale in Milan for the Pirelli Calendar 2015

Form and Desire Exhibition Comes to the Palazzo Reale in Milan for the Pirelli Calendar 2015 a new exhibition opens at the famed Palazzo Reale in Milan, where the launch of the 2015 Pirelli Calendar just took place. Titled Form and Desire — The Pirelli Calendar Collection,” it contains 200 photographs spanning the 50-year history of the Pirelli Calendar, which has come to reflect the standards of ultimate beauty and sexiness in the years they have been made (the first was in 1964). Each Read more […]

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Laura Williams Spectacular Conceptual Self-Portraits

Laura Williams Spectacular Conceptual Self-Portraits Laura Williams  is an eighteen years old and a self taught aspiring photographer. Laura discovered her passion for photography about 5 years ago and had always been a creative child. She is currently at college having just finished her A Levels, and about to start her Art Foundation Course. She gets inspired from other photographers mainly Megan Breukelman, Dasha Denger, Nirrimi Hakanson, Meyrem Bulucek and Tim Walker. She loves listening Read more […]

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Shocking Before and After Composite Portraits of Drug Abuse

Shocking Before and After Composite Portraits of Drug Abuse London-based photographer Roman Sakovich gives us a glimpse of the drastic visual differences that drug abuse can cause in his series titled Half. By splitting his subjects’ style choices and physical appearances straight down the middle of their portraits, the photographer presents a before and after composite image that shows us two timelines—one of the addict (on the right) and one of the non-user who still has the choice to Read more […]

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