Mexican photographer Lizeth Arauz’ series on little people, “Looking Upwards”, is like a storybook for children: the darkness of the images engulfs you, speaking of realms unknown and slightly off-kilter; the costumes glitter with a strange sex-appeal, an
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The sudden emergence of the photographic works of Vivian Maier onto the global stage of the art world is an interesting phenomenon, leaving in its wake many questions about the nature of art, the practice of photography, and our ideas on immortality.
When the rich locals leave town to escape the heat, GUP takes the advantage to explore the major urban conglomerates of our world. Not that we are complaining but it somehow created an interest in a typical Japanese metropolitan phenomenon.