Subway zen is a 15 years personal project on the subway world. Is mostly a point of view.
Alongside the images, the reader will find the fine narrative thread of texts in prose or poems, many of which have already appeared in international magazines and journals.
The folded posterzine creates a sequence of diptychs decided on by the author. However, with no binding, it is also possible to create a personal sequence, a composition of different combinations and diptychs.
Grámosinn Glóir is a journey “within” the island and its souls: a human geography that defines itself in the balance between symbiosis and conflict, delicacy and asperity.
The first story begins in a bar in Rome. I want to go to Tangier’s. “Tangier’s of Thieves” someone says. I say no, a “Tangier’s of poets“. But this is not the first one. To think of it better the first story starts on the Strait of Gibraltar, I am in Tarifa planning to catch the one-hour sail to Morocco by ship, but I have forgotten my passport at home. There is another story that concerns all the stories, those that do not end and pass from books, to thoughts, to frames in a movie with the vampires of the night.
By accepting that reality is not only a reflecting surface for the gaze, but also for the fears and the desires that define it, then inquiry is directed towards a narrative form which will strip reality of its claim to objectivity, while seeking faults that illuminate the seams of its overlying structures.
Doors, windows, light, the sea, a great passage. Diminutive man. Time eternal. My own revelation. The journey is a photo essay with a 1960s camera, actualized on the islands of Tinos and Patmos. A quiet study of a brightly lit world.
Photography is my emotional escape, I use it as something to express what I feel in my life. My life led me to escape into my dreams, my dreams become my own "reality". Recollecting Dreams is diaristic journal of a Man who wanders and losing his grasp on his own.
Photo book "Terra Incognita" by Sabrina Ambre Biller & Lior Nadjar printed edition published by Les Presses Littéraires.
FotoDepartament presents its first printed edition - the set AMPLITUDE №1, consisting of 10 books of 10 Russian artists working with photography.
Leiter made an enormous and unique contribution to photography with a highly prolific period in New York City in the 1940s and 50s. His abstracted forms and radically innovative compositions have a painterly quality that stands out among the work of his New York School contemporaries.
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