Reflected mountain ranges. Splashes of water hanging in mid-air. Single white clouds drifting past. Seats suspended in glassy lakes. These images seamlessly complement natural elements with bold, colourful fashion collections. Each story contains a multitude of textures, arrangements and patterns. Layered fabrics feature in pillar-box reds, luminous yellows and subtle nudes – an exploration of contemporary styling and clean-cut tailoring. Light also plays a significant role in all the compositions. It bounces off skin, walls, plants and water, creating diffused contrasts that are both soft and bright. Julia Morozova (b. 1977) is a self-taught Russian photographer, working between Turin and Milan. She has collaborated with a number of high-profile clients and publications such as REDValentino, Viktor&Rolf, Emporio Armani, L’Officiel, Marie Claire, Puss Puss, Metal, Wonderland and Hunger, amongst others. juliamorozova.com.
Qualities of Daylight
Gianfilipo di Rossi finds precision and inspiration in the composition of the city’s architecture, with works that are a harmonious exertion of form.
The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories, The Hepworth Wakefield
The Hepworth Wakefield showcases Martin Parr’s most recent work in their latest exhibition The Rhubarb Triangle and Other Stories: the largest Martin Parr exhibition in the UK since 2002.