Photography

| Video & Interview | I See A Different You

Africa is the root of everything we know, from the first of humankind to stand on two legs to the origin of every technological device we use today… and the mix and diversity of cultures on this continent is staggering; from the Berbers in the Atlas Mountains, to the Bantu tribes in the east and...

A Naughty Fairytale | Ellen von Unwerth

She began her career as a model but since she snapped her first photograph Ellen von Unwerth has enthralled the fashion and pop industries. Her explosive, sexually charged imagery is a playful exploration of femininity and female power. Known for her ability to capture seductive fashion narratives, von Unwerth has spent two decades featuring her...

SEAN SULLIVAN | THE IMPOSSIBLE COOL

Sean Sullivan — a writer, photographer and director — collaborated with Russell Blackmore of Sonic Editions to curate a collection of impossibly cool, rare photographs found at the maximum security Corbis Archive at Iron Mountain, Pennsylvania — Jim Morrison, Martin Luther King and William S. Burroughs are just a few who are part of this...

Nick Knight | Haute Death

Since his first foray into fashion photography, Nick Knight has ignited the industry with his re-conceptualisation of beauty. His bold looks and daring techniques have shaped him as one of the pioneers of modern photography. Knight’s entrance into the photography world has seen him flash through the editorials of Vogue, Dazed & Confused, W Magazine,...

It’s Not Happening Here. But It Is Happening Now

Living in what we call ‘the first world’, it’s easy to forget that the majority of humanity might be in deep distress when we grumpily wait for the make-up-ad-covered bus to the much-hated ‘daily drill’ in the morning. That’s why Amnesty International launched an awareness campaign in Switzerland to sensitize citizens to the human rights...

Caleb Charland’s art in science

Maine-born photographer Caleb Charland explores the world of physics and mathematics in his extraordinary photography. Growing up in a rural household, where he spent a lot of time helping his father, he learned to appreciate the power and tools that materials hold.

Aliki Kirmitsi: Objects of Design

Born in Nicosia, Cyprus but based in London, interior stylist and set designer Aliki Kirmitsi is meticulous when it comes to placing and manipulating objects in such a way as to tell a story. She believes that ‘to work as an interior stylist is to continuously be working on the communication between space and objects,...

JR: ACTIONS

Taking place from the 11th October – 14th November 2013 at London’s Lazarides Gallery is a two-part exhibition by French artist JR, entitled ACTIONS. JR will partner with Lazarides for a large-scale exhibition filling two floors of their flagship gallery as well as an outdoor public installation on multiple sites across the nation’s capital.

Kin: A solo exhibition by Pieter Hugo

STEVENSON is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Pieter Hugo, titled Kin. Kin is a bittersweet perspective on Hugo’s homeland of South Africa. It is a meditation on the ideals of home, both familial and humanistic. It explores the tenuous ties that both bind us to and repel us from others. This new photographic...

Your Cult – A Photographic Competition

Your Cult is a photography-based competition, where you are encouraged to submit photograph/s around whatever street sub culture you feel most aligned to. From tattoos and cafe-racers to fixies and skateboarding – it’s all about self-expression – so get creative and don’t hold back!
Pierre Debusschere - True Colours

Pierre Debusschere – True Colours

Belgian director, photographer and curator Pierre Debusschere is an artistic powerhouse. Using every medium he knows how, he has created breathtaking works using imagery in the most imaginative of ways for the likes of Dazed & Confused Magazine, V Magazine and Numero, to name but a few. In 2009 he launched his studio called 254FOREST,...
Conflict Photography of The Libyan Revolution. My First War.

Conflict Photography of The Libyan Revolution. My First War.

Ryan Jacobs returned from Libya when he was 25 years old. He returned from his first war as a conflict photographer. Ryan was the youngest photographer there, and, to his knowledge, the only  South African at the time.

Kyle Thompson: an inside story

How many stories can a picture truly tell? Kyle Thompson shows that an image can evoke an abundance of tales beyond the scope of the imagination. Hailing from Chicago, the young photographer was born in 1992 to a generation where photography and self imagery were as viable as a Hollywood dream.
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