The Funambulist

Architect’s Brother is a very beautiful series of photographs by artists Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison. The architect, here, seems to be God and his brother seems to have been in charge...

The series of images created by Philipp Schaerer entitled Bildbauten (built pictures in German) includes twenty five rendering of monolithic buildings that seem to have been produced by their environment in...

Here are a some pictures of a project of the very interesting french artists collectiv called Survival Group. This project “Anti-sites” is focused on street and public area details that are...

Following is a serie of pictures of the pretty popular photographer Clark little , former pro surfer. He’s going inside the water to take the best pictures of waves around the...

Yojiro Imasaka is currently achieving his Master in Fine Arts in Pratt Institute and his New Works has been exhibited this year at the Steuben Gallery in New York. Those photographs...

A new serie of emptiness, after La Soufriere, Paris, Tokyo or London, this time the void is in the streets of Los Angeles, this serie of pictures by the photographer Matt...

A small dose of humor today to give some courage to every students who just realized that their semester will end up in 3-4 weeks or so (!). Frank Kunert’s Small...

Nébuleuse is a photographic work by Guillaume Amat investigating the strange territory of the French Atlantic coasts and its military ruins from World War II, bunkers. The atmosphere of the photographs...

photograph by Anita Gould in New Zealand…

“Voyez, la vue optique, ce serait la vue éloignée, relativement éloignée, au contraire l’exercice haptique ou la vue haptique, c’est la vue proche qui saisit la forme et le fond sur...

Michael Najjar‘s hybrid photographs compose phantom cities by superimposition of their own components. The abundance of buildings triggers both a visual suffocation and a fascination for the poetry of their hybridization....

Deconcrete recently released an article about Thomas Wrede‘s composed landscape photographs entitled Real Landscapes which dramatizes tracks of artefacts in extreme geological terrains. The shift of scale is important here since...

Field Trips is the name of a 2002 exhibition organized for the Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Serralves in Porto. It gathered the work of Bernd & Hilla Becher and Robert...

Here is the last poster campaign of, the french charity SAMU social. The headline is “the longer you live on the street, the harder it is to get off it” Artistic...

Restoration is a photographic project by Finnish artist Ilka Halso. She elaborated absurd scenes of human interventions on an archetypal nature, dramatizing a state of renovation on plants that symptomasizes a...

American photographer Taryn Simon has exhibited in 2007 an incredible series of pictures entitled An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar. This work gathers photographs taken in extremely restrictive American...

The excellent MIT Press is currently publishing a book by photographer Christopher Payne about American state mental hospitals (for information, the one above is the Buffalo (NY) asylum). This post can...

Photographer Jake Dobkin a.k.a. Bluejake works mostly in New York and among other things, constituted an interesting data bank of abandoned buildings in the five boroughs. Pictures: – Port Morris. Bronx....

The Great Hanshin Earthquake occurred in 1995 in the Kobe region and modified in a couple of minute the entire structure of the city killing approximately 6000 people. Ryuji Miyamoto did...

Matthieu Kavyrchine is a young French artist with an architecture background who released several interesting photographic series including one called Habiter that introduces himself living a whole week alone in the...

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