Yuan Xiaopeng captured street scenes of Shanghai

Yuan Xiaopeng is a Chinese artist and photographer that spends time photographing street scenes of Shanghai. Captured with portrait orientation, the images gather a sense of the city’s multiple identities, channeled through the photographer’s keen eye for chance encounters with light and composition. Yuan Xiaopeng presents in his photo-series views of Shanghai that may otherwise have slipped…

Tom Blachford and his apocalyptic photos

Tom Blachford is a photographer based in Melbourne, Australia and he just finished the five-year photo-project called “Midnight Modern”. His series only the silvery light of a full moon to capture properties designed by some of the most prolific architects in America. Tom Blachford captured most of his images in the desert resort city of Palm Springs.…

Walter De Maria and his contribution to minimalist art

Walter De Maria was an American sculptor that was many things: chiefly, a pioneering artist who influenced minimal, conceptual, and land art. Walter De Maria had a career that spanned 50 years, and his understanding of how scale in art determines the viewer’s experience marked him as an innovative sculptor and land installation artist. In 1966, De…

Christy Lee Rogers illustrates baroque plays underwater

Christy Lee Rogers is a Hawaiian artist that explores Baroque plays of light and movement in a photographic series of figures underwater. Christy Lee Rogers made her art in a way that her cloth-clad subjects are luminous and weightless, but despite their likeness to the figures in works by the Baroque masters, they haven’t been immortalized…

Ayline Olukman juxtaposes surreal elements in her experimental photography

Ayline Olukman is a French painter and photographer that juxtaposes surreal and somewhat perplexing photographic visions with an underlying eroticism in her series called ‘About The Mirror. Psyche’. Ayline Olukman created in her photo-series both art and photography, sitting between dream and reality it fuses bodies with nature, perishable objects, and materials. Olukman has created what…

Chris Forsyth and his obsession for metros

Chris Forsyth is a Montreal-based photographer that has an obsession for architecture and metros. His series titled ‘Montreal Metro’ began in October of 2014 as an academic project, documenting the often overlooked architecture of Montreal’s urban subway. Chris Forsyth worked at his photo-series that is composed of 68 stations, each was designed by a different architect between…

Nelson Garrido captured the beauty of abandoned houses

Nelson Garrido is a photographer that shows the impact of the financial crisis on Portuguese properties. He shot just one picture a day while capturing various abandoned houses. Nelson Garrido describes his project: “This project goes beyond the revelation of ruins; it intends to provide an experience of places“. He depicted different sorts of residences from multi-story buildings…

Charlotte Lapalus and her abstract photography

Charlotte Lapalus is a French photographer that creates scenes heavy with atmosphere. Charlotte Lapalus works predominantly in fashion photography, the photographic oeuvre of the Marseille-born and a based artist is united in its preference for warm colors and unique settings. With soft and subtle lighting, Lapalus creates ambient scenes that seem to suggest stories beyond the frame. Though…

Marion Berrin made a topographic study about abstract spaces

Marion Berrin is a French photographer that captured the water reflections to the angles of Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse. Marion Berrin is an artist that is interested in contour, line, shape, and shadow, shooting exclusively on film without any retouching.     Some time ago, she flew to Marseille to pay homage to the work of Switzerland’s…