Bookmarks with tag 'Issue #20'
Mauro Pinto Pinto applies himself to photographing contemporary Mozambican life in Maputo, which has yet to deal with the consequences of 18 years of civil war. Pinto deliberately chooses to portray this period of destruction in terms of its aftermath as opposed to the heat of the war. Sebastiao Salgado Master of photography Sebastiao Salgado has one of the most diverse and comprehensive portfolios of all time. Had he never borrowed that camera in 1971, we would probably never have encountered his compelling photographs through which he has shed light on subjects such as manual labour.
Carlo Cruz Take a look at the stunning ongoing break dance series in this guy’s portfolio. The way the motion of the dancers and the essence of hiphop are captured makes this series very much worth a look. david Goldblatt For over half a century, Goldblatt has been examining the political context of South Africa through its people, structures and landscape. Goldblatt's interest in the lingering impact of apartheid on his native country results in extraordinary, discerning documentary photography.
Angele Etoundi Essamba The lion’s share of this established Cameroon photographer’s work comprises high-contrast images of black people. Melodie Mcdaniel The multi-talented still photographer McDaniel started her career with album artwork for music artists such as The Smashing Pumpkins. This gradually led to a career in directing Hollywood music videos and advertising spots. Her photography work is stunning, the vintage looking Polaroids in part...