Posts tagged with photography

  1. From the Archives (I): Encants Vells

    24 Dec 2020

    Encants Vells, Barcelona, 2004.

  2. Landscapes are stories

    15 Dec 2020

    “Q: How can the medium of landscape imagery be used to tell stories A: Landscapes are stories, we just need to learn how to read them. And there are many, many stories – waiting for someone to come along, and give shape to them and find an appropriate means to…

  3. El Observatorio - Espai de creació fotogràfica

    01 Nov 2020

    Els meus amics d’El Observatorio, que s’autodefineixen molt encertadament com “un espai de creació fotogràfica i laboratori didàctic especialitzat en fotografia d’autor i narrativa visual”, han estrenat fa poc un arxiu en línia on recullen tots els projectes que s’han gestat entre les seves parets (entre aquests, Pas del Nord-oest

  4. The Flying Fruit Bowl feature

    15 Sep 2020

    The Flying Fruit Bowl is a daily inspiration blog, curated by photographer Aaron Sehmar, which showcases an eclectic mix of art by a range of creatives. Today’s post features a selection of photographs from Twentysix Abandoned Catalan Gasoline Stations and Greetings from the Catalan Roadside by yours truly. Click here…

  5. Fragments of a Whole / Fragmentos de un todo

    24 Jul 2020

    My friend Sylvia just published an essay (available both in English and Spanish) at Wimblu on the personal and social consequences of the Covid-19 crisis, aiming to find "consolation and hope in our abundant capacity for connection and creation, despite the social distancing in the midst of the pandemic". Along…

  6. Photo book: “Riviera: Photographs of Palm Springs” by John Brian King

    24 Jul 2020

    A couple weeks ago I received in the mail a copy (along with some really nice postcards, one of them with a personal hand -written note from the author) of John Brian King’s RIVIERA: PHOTOGRAPHS OF PALM SPRINGS, published by Spurl Editions.  It’s a rather small (21x19 cm), 112-page book…

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