Appropriation in general is a touchy subject especially when it comes to art. Some artists embrace it and it becomes focal to their work whereas others find it to be outright theft and completely frowned upon. Take time to go see the exhibition Double Take at the Skarstedt Gallery which focuses… Read More →
This is a wonderful new exhibition at The Photographers Gallery which I fully recommend you go and see, a collection of avant garde feminist photographers in the 1970s, some mega makeup inspiration going on as well.
The current William Egglestone exhibition at The National Portrait Gallery is a beautiful collection of photographs across his career in particular looking at his colour photography. This is a real inspiration and a must see if you are in or passing through London.
Seydou Keita shoots beautiful and powerful portraits of Malian society, be sure to see this exhibition at the Grand Palais before it closes on 11th July 2016.
This gorgeous retrospective of Bettina Rheims is currently on at the Maison Europeenne de la Photographie and is a must see if you are in Paris or heading over there. Be sure to check it out before it closes at the end of March.