Category Archives: Photography

Showing the things we cannot see, an interview with Duane Michals

 It’s sunny day of March in New York and I am roaming the district of Gramercy Park, making time before my meeting with the photographer Duane Michals. I move through small streets where quaint 19th century houses in various European

Showing the things we cannot see, an interview with Duane Michals

 It’s sunny day of March in New York and I am roaming the district of Gramercy Park, making time before my meeting with the photographer Duane Michals. I move through small streets where quaint 19th century houses in various European

On Thomson & Craighead’s October

‘We are treating the Occupy movement as a landscape, and October as a representation of it, particularly of its global nature’, Thomson & Craighead tell me about their commission for the 2012 Brighton Photo Biennial. Since they are working in

On Thomson & Craighead’s October

‘We are treating the Occupy movement as a landscape, and October as a representation of it, particularly of its global nature’, Thomson & Craighead tell me about their commission for the 2012 Brighton Photo Biennial. Since they are working in

Truth Study? Interview with Wolfgang Tillmans

This interview was published on the 10th of November 2010 in the issue # 6 of THE LAST OBSERVER, the free weekly newspaper and incremental catalogue of The Last Newspaper exhibition at the New Museum, New York. IS THIS TRUE

Truth Study? Interview with Wolfgang Tillmans

This interview was published on the 10th of November 2010 in the issue # 6 of THE LAST OBSERVER, the free weekly newspaper and incremental catalogue of The Last Newspaper exhibition at the New Museum, New York. IS THIS TRUE

The Ghost of Francesca Woodman

For a brief period, just as the 70s were turning into the 80s, there was a promising and shining female photographer making her way through the New York art scene. She was called Francesca Woodman (1958-1981) and since her early death she

The Ghost of Francesca Woodman

For a brief period, just as the 70s were turning into the 80s, there was a promising and shining female photographer making her way through the New York art scene. She was called Francesca Woodman (1958-1981) and since her early death she