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Mario Cresci

Since the late Sixties, Mario Cresci has been a benchmark for developing experimental languages tied to photography and the relationship between the composition of images…

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Kyung-Nyu Hyun – Nahrungsaufnahme

Korean photographer Kyung-Nyu Hyun photographed the food she consumed for over a year and presented the result – over 800 images – as an installation…

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Kishio Suga

Kishio Suga (b. 1944) is one of Japan’s most celebrated artists, whose diverse and influential practice spans site-specific installation, assemblage, and performance.

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Sol Calero

Sol Calero (b.1982, Caracas) is best known for her site-specific installations of entire Latin-American interiors in which the public is invited, often to enact conventional…

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Lotte Reimann – Jaunt

Lotte Reimann’s series ‘Jaunt’, about steel, glass, plastic, oil, and dirt – together embodied in the automobile – was inspired by amateur photographers; specifically, the…

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Francesco Arena

The relationship between the objective and the subjective, as well the historic and personal, represents the core of Francesco Arena’s research.

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Jean-François Flamey

Jean-François Flamey (b. 1972) is a Belgian photographer and member of the collective Aspëkt.

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Xavier Le Roy

A visitor in an exhibition can walk in the space while in the theater a spectator seats on a chair.

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Xiaoxiao Xu – The way to the golden mountain

In 1999, as a teenager, Xiaoxiao Xu moved from China to The Netherlands. Photography became her antidote to the isolation that she felt, a means…

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Emmanuel Van der Auwera – Everything Now is Measured by After

Belgian artist Emmanuel Van der Auwera, in his 30s, impresses with a practice that is intelligent, refreshingly political, and highly thought-provoking.

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Meiro Koizumi – Today My Empire Sings

Serene images of a temple complex, a river, a garden, a continuous stream of people leaving the metro station, nothing particularly different from the normal…

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Amber Shields – Visions of Johanne

There is a statue called The Pioneer Woman in Ponca City, Oklahoma, my grandmother’s home town. It serves as a tribute to the frontier women…

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Tess Hurrell – Chaology

The Chaology series grew from Tess Hurrell’s fascination with the visual power of the photographed explosion. These silent and still forms are created from images…

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Teresa Margolles

The Mexican artist Teresa Margolles studied both fine arts and forensic medicine. Margolles was one of the founding members of the SEMEFO (Servicio Médico Forense)…

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Charles Fréger

The French photographer Charles Fréger has spent a decade creating portraits of diverse social groups and communities, often in uniform. His subjects range from French…

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Amy Adams

Amy Adams videotaped her subjects, seen from her bedroom window overlooking the 125th Street elevated subway station in Manhattan, as they waited alone on the…

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