Category Archives: Photographer

Interview with photographer Wiktoria Wojciechowska

F-Stop Magazine: The Portfolio Issue 2014 of F-Stop Magazine includes images from your project “Own Place”, can you tell us about this project? What led to this project? Wiktoria Wojciechowska: Nowadays, distance is no longer a barrier: We have cars, … Continue reading

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Interview with photographer Christine DiThomas

Yvette Meltzer: Christine, tell us please how you first become involved in photography Christine DiThomas: I became involved with photography as a child just by being aware and looking intensely at the world. Growing up during the heyday of news … Continue reading

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Interview with photographer Anastasia Bogomolova

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Anastasia Bogomolova: I was involved in photography through  journalism, which I studied at the university in Chelyabinsk. A … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fifty Shrinks by Sebastian Zimmermann

Fifty Shrinks combines photographs by Sebastian Zimmermann, a psychiatrist and photographer, of therapists’ offices as well as interviews with therapists. “As you read through the book, you will be struck by the variety of mood, ambience, and furnishing, mirroring the … Continue reading

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Interview with photographer flannery o’kafka

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? flannery o’kafka: Once upon a time, in 1993, I took a high school journalism class.  That year, my … Continue reading

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Book Review: We All We Got by Carlos J. Ortiz

Through intimate, heartfelt black and white images, Carlos Ortiz’ book chronicles a culture of violence in America focusing specifically on how it affects today’s youth. Having embedded himself for 8 years in communities on the front line of this problem … Continue reading

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Interview with photographer Zora J Murff

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led you to working in this medium as an artist? Zora J Murff: I started using photography as a creative outlet. I took a couple of introductory courses … Continue reading

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Book Review: Moon Viewing: Megaliths By Moonlight by Barbara Yoshida

When I was a kid and watched 2001: A Space Oddessey for the first time it rocked me to my core. I was too young to fully understand what I was watching but the imagery that Kubrick crafted for the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Elena Perlino’s Pipeline

Elena Perlino, a documentary photographer born 1972 in Italy, lives in Paris and attempts, as I read on the back cover of her book Pipeline, “to show the complexities and contradictions” of migrant Nigerian prostitutes’ experiences in Italy. I’m not … Continue reading

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Thierry Cohen @ East Wing

Thierry Cohen: DARKENED CITIES 17 October – 20 November Opening Reception Thursday 16 October 7:00pm – 10:00pm “Darkened Cities” by French photographer, Thierry Cohen. At first glance, these images seem to be of fantastic night scapes taken from some of the most … Continue reading

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