German photographer and director Monica Menez creates stunning visual narratives with a surrealist, retro modern vibe. Her highly polished images offer a sense of escapism, while fashion’s favorite themes of fetishism, fantasy and seduction become captivating scenarios in unusual situations.
The concept of nudity can be conceived in unnumerable ways, most commonly in vulgar, or at the very least provocative ones. Bertil Nilsson, well known for his unique landscape and dance photography, manages to make it breathtaking, serene, contemporary and in absolute harmony with the natural surroundings.
Amsterdam-based Corriette Schoenaerts is a photographer with a talent for creating sets of elaborate, mixed media installations.
Julia Fullterton-Batten is doing an exhibition at Jenkins Johnson Gallery. Her project, A Testament to Love is one of her most recent projects that encodes a loose narrative depicting the struggles of life when love goes wrong. The female protagonists wrestle with the search for a happy ending, but are resigned to loneliness, fear and regret. Each […]
AnOther Magazine hosts in its pages, yet again, an exquisite editorial starring model Kinée Diouf and shot by Viviane Sassen. What the always visually challenging photographer did in “It’s My Turn” editorial, was to provide a liberating feeling and an imperative urge for escape.
The whimsical world of still life photographer Luke J Albért is saturated with color, happiness and playful product that seems to leap from the page with glee.
The world is Madame Peripetie’s oyster. And everything in it is her potential working material. Case in point: Madame’s latest AW13 story for Hunger TV, “Art is Either Plagiarism or Revolution,” wherein lithe models pretty much serve as part of the background.