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Installation Shot of Burke + Norfolk: Photographs From The War In Afghanistan

Installation Shot of Taryn Simon's A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapter

Installation Shot of Boris Mikhailov's Red

Tate Modern has a rich series of photography show this year. New Documentary includes Luc Delahaye, Mitch Epstein, Guy Tillim and Akram Zaatari, as well as two important earlier works by Boris Mikhailov. I didn’t like Mickhailov’s work as I thought he is rather cynical and one sided, but reading his statement in the show changed my perception. There is sophisticated space in his work. A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters is Taryn Simon’s epic survey collection. I quite like Simon Norfolk’s approach, his distanced rather slow process…

Saturday, 2 July 2011


Peter Marlow’s Point of Interest at The Wapping Project Bankside

Sandra Kantanen’s Sakura in The Helsinki School at Purdy Hicks Gallery

Friday, 1 July 2011


Installation Shot from 'Figures & Fictions' at V&A

I continue to use opinionated rhetoric to write! The Figures and Fictions show in V&A is fascinating. I am always fascinated by epic size in presentation, and I decide to make some test print after seeing this show. The size of many prints in this show is huge and it gives me huge affect impact. It is just so different from the ‘normal’ A3, A2 size. I like most of the work from the portraitures taken by 17 South African photographers. Graeme Williams composition is dynamic and full of tension. Guy Tillim’s edit on the wall is intriguing…