Sunday Best at Weekend Studio

Sunday Best at Weekend Studio

Sunday Best at Weekend Studio Mia Collis After stumbling upon a photo studio ready to close its doors forever, this photographer took over its daily maintenance to preserve its local stories. Before the invention of digital photography and camera phones—and even...
Dreams

Dreams

Dreams Amy Luo By reconstructing scenes and settings from her subjects’ dream journals, this photographer transports us into the unsettling dimension of nightmares and reverie. There’s always an initial moment of pause when you open your eyes, awakening from a vivid...
Futuristic Archaeology

Futuristic Archaeology

Futuristic Archaeology Daesung Lee For thousands of years, the Mongolian people have been nomads—today, facing irreparable desertification to their lands, this way of life seems destined for display in a museum exhibition—these photos imagine what those...
Cross Road Blues

Cross Road Blues

Cross Road Blues Oli Kellett This light-soaked street photography spotlights passersby as main characters in a classic theatrical performance. The pervasive beauty of street photography lies in its ability to frame our disregarded surroundings as centre stage during a...
Photographing Judy Zhu

Photographing Judy Zhu

Photographing Judy Zhu Coca Dai Across nearly a decade’s worth of candid imagery, this photographer created a melancholic story of what it means to be a modern woman. With the invention of digital photography and its integration into every smartphone on the planet,...
Anything That Walks

Anything That Walks

Anything That Walks Archive Of Modern Conflict Anything that walks, swims, crawls, or flies with its back to heaven is edible in this new exhibition of vernacular Chinese food photography. The Archive of Modern Conflict is an infamous institution amongst photography...

Pin It on Pinterest