Guido Mori His Fudo Satellite video set documents a phantasmagorical rock universe - where you can conceivably live in a red room with only a guitar and a TV to sustain you. Carl de Keyzer Based on three probing themes, Carl De Keyzers Trinity - Tableaux d'Histoire, Tableaux de Guerre, Tableaux Politiques - is a triptych on the omnipresence of power and violence. That and everything else you always wanted to know about De keyzer but were afraid to ask.
Nico van der Stam Cool, collected, almost lofty images: this pop and rock portraitist from Rotterdam has captured the spirit of '60s and '70s music stardom in his lauded photographs. Vernacular Photography Don't be scared off by therather vernacular graphics ofthis website. Those who areadventurous enough to scrolldown a bit will find a link thatleads to the Museum of VernacularPhotography. Be like Alice and diveinto this Wonderland...
Nicolas Osborne Passionate collector Nicholas Osborne has an incredibly rich and wellordered (themed) archive of vintage and vernacular photographs. Giving a broad sense of Americans and their photographic behaviour, this site also has a subsidiary blog covering other items and up-to-date additions. Recommended! Fieke van Berkom Folded double and tied with rope, yellowed and covered in flowers and too new to be on the street. Each one filthier than the next. On one occasion the photographer even had to remove two prostitutes before taking the picture. Mattresses, all over Europe: discarded but lived on.
Diwan Manna A series of curious, multi-disciplinary art photographs about isolation, violence and time. Henry Diltz Diltz is both a musician and a photographer, active in the scene since the 1960s. His repertoire includes portraits of legends such as Dylan and Hendrix, as well as candid images from the Woodstock Festival. Crisp, intimate and vibrant photographs from an insider.