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An award winning Italian photojournalist (including the World Press Photo 2007 and 2009 and the International Photo Award 2008), Davide Monteleone has been living in Russia on and off for the better part of the past eleven years
Mexican photographer Lizeth Arauz’ series on little people, “Looking Upwards”, is like a storybook for children: the darkness of the images engulfs you, speaking of realms unknown and slightly off-kilter; the costumes glitter with a strange sex-appeal, and the decors invoke circuses of times we thought long gone.
Julie de Waroquier’s world is a strange mix of joy and wistfulness. Her colors are either the sweet pastels that invoke the other-wordly tales of our childhood, or bright and contrasted – like a sunny day feels with your eyes closed.
Because the need for a quick fix of Amsterdam can strike at any time – to homesick travellers, tourists heading home or those stuck on the couch with a broken leg – there’s a team of devoted volunteer designers recreating the city in the giant, online, three-dimensional virtual world Second Life.
With ‘Antiphotojournalism’, curators Thomas Keenan of the Human Rights Project and Carles Huerra of La Virreina Centre de L’Imatge in Barcelona, are giving the finger to the naysayers who’ve declared the profession of photojournalist dead in recent years.
Take a bite or a gulp of some of our favourite-ever snacks and sips. Consumer warning: this list contains several guilty pleasures and more than one item wrapped in bacon.
Photography and review of :
- Hummus from Mezze
- Kobe Beef Burger
- Caviar Blinis
- Sticky Toffee Cake
Before seeing the exhibition, I disapproved of the title ‘More Real than Reality,’ as I suspected W Eugene Smith would have. More journalist than artist, the father of the modern photo essay was passionately attached to the truth and would’ve rebelled against the idea that subjectivity tainted his reporting.