The portrait has never been so prevalent. Faces have become quantifiable as data and selfies are ubiquitous. Woudt takes a classical approach.
Jamal Nxedlana’s images are rooted in an Afro-Surrealist style, “creating an alternative image repertoire to tackle biased views of Africa.”
Building the Future
How do designers shape the way we understand the world around us, as we tackle the climate emergency, political tensions and digital ethics?
Cutting and Pasting
Expanding the dimensions of traditional photography, Haser uses paper-folding techniques, collage and mixed media to blur distinctions.
Layers of Complexity
Data plays a huge role in our lives today. Emmanuelle Moureaux creates an immersive installation that assesses how numbers are related to memory.
After half of Claudia Andujar’s family were killed in WWII, she dedicated five decades to photographing and raising awareness of the Yanomami people.
Stepping into Dreams
Alex Fruehmann’s dark and dramatic expanses immerse the viewer in the hyperreal, inviting them to revel in the negative space.
Seeing in Double
Mirror images. Checker-board clothing. Identical models. Twins is an immersion into the eccentric and playful world of photographic duo LM Chabot.
Olga Urbanek’s photographs are clever and considered juxtapositions of form, colour and texture, placing individuals in unexpected scenarios.
Cornelia Parker has spent the last 40 years making installations that make sense of the volatile, violent and precarious world in which we live.
Aleksander Małachowski works at the intersection of photography, geometry and symmetry. His minimal images focus on the spaces that we inhabit.