Posts with tag Photography

Exhibitions

Mika Rottenberg – Bowls Balls Souls Holes

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art presents a major exhibition by the Argentinian-Israeli artist Mika Rottenberg (b. 1976), showcasing two decades of her work. Spanning film,…

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Rabih Mroué – Diary of a Leap Year

Diary of a Leap Year, is composed of 366 cutouts done by Rabih Mroué in local Lebanese newspapers and some international ones. 366 daily collages…

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Kaamna Patel – In Today’s News: Alpha Males and Women Power

In Today’s News: Alpha Males and Women Power is a limited edition photobook by Kaamna Patel wherein she appropriates images from print media in India…

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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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Corinne Vionnet – Total Flag

An image on a screen. Photographed. Put back on the screen. Photographed again. Again and again. To the point of total disappearance. To the point…

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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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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…

Six Questions

Claudia Hausfeld

Tique | art paper asks six questions to an artist about their work and inspiration.
This week: Claudia Hausfeld.

Exhibitions

Johan Nieuwenhuize – Eerst zien dan geloven

Assigned by NTjong and Het Nationale Theater, Johan Nieuwenhuize creates a new audio visual installation work. For this installation, his largest work so far, he…

Exhibitions

You Are Looking at Something That Never Occurred

You Are Looking at Something That Never Occurred brings together artists who use photography as a tool with which to question the boundaries between past…

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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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Gregory Halpern – ZZYZX

ZZYZX by Gregory Halpern is a visual journey from the Californian desert to the Pacific coast. The early settlers dubbed California The Golden State, and…

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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…