The Redheads project came into existence in an attempt to contend with the true principle or belief of photography. When exploring this problem it is often easier to answer the question “what is not photography?” than to accurately state what photography really is.
Cow is one of the most remarkable among all animals in ancient mythology. This cattle has been known as the most important beast, for instance in Persian mythology it is identified as the origin of the creation
Christian Aslund is a Swedish photographer, based in Stockholm. Christian has a background as a photojournalist working for newspapers, magazines and NGO’s, documenting a variety of armed conflicts, environmental and social issues
For the past year and a half or so, I have been making images inspired by Edward Hopper’s intimate interior scenes. I like the idea of creating open-ended narratives that hopefully evoke some of the complexities of the human condition.
I entered the world of photography and of the magic lens at a time when the real world, the world I was living in, didn’t offer me the freedom I needed. I had taken my degree, I was a psychologist and I felt like I wasn’t really myself, like that world wasn’t mine…
Through my work, I attempt to identify the ingredients that combine to make a particular place feel like home, primarily through observation of life’s ephemera and taking note of the little things that stick in my mind.
My name is Sonja. I’m 25 years old and living in Gothenburg in Sweden. I bought my first camera 3,5 years ago and then I was stucked. I had not enought time to work all day long and then have photography as a hobby.
While my first encounter with photography dates back to my childhood years, my more serious professional interest in art photography began at the end of the 70’s. At that time I used different cameras – Zenit, Praktica MTL50, Minolta, Flexaret 6/6.