Tuesday, January 16The Voice of London

Category: photography

What’s left after you’re gone? Nothing much, states this Japanese photographer

What’s left after you’re gone? Nothing much, states this Japanese photographer

Entertainment, Exhibition, photography
Words and pictures: Marija Tomsone | Subbing: Isabella Dawe As Serbian poet and philosopher Dejan Stojanovic once said: “Absolute equals nothingness”. We are not sure this quote was the source for inspiration behind this particular exhibition, but it definitely made us think of it. The Voice of London Entertainment presents: Hiroshi Sugimoto’s Theatre Series within his collection of photographic works named Snow White. Hiroshi Sugimoto is an award-winning Japanese photographer, who has his own recognizable style. He is the creator of the catalogue made of a number of photographic series, every one of which has similar themes and features. This year Sugimoto brought his Theatre Series - a collection where he captures drive-in, abandoned and Italian opera theatres. “What’s so special abou
10 photos of Moscow to show you exactly how beautiful winter solitude can be

10 photos of Moscow to show you exactly how beautiful winter solitude can be

Culture, Featured, Lifestyle, photography, Travel, Uncategorized
Short winter nights have made a comeback just as the forlorn feelings of initial chills in the autumn are slipping away into our Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Sleep in a little too much and your day has gone by with the afternoon sunset. Selfies from the Halloween weekend are now way down in your newsfeed yet the festive vibes have yet to arrive. You are probably not the only only one lonely and lost in that awkward, unnecessarily mopish time of the year but a quick visit to the vast city of Moscow, Russia shows you that desolation can be beautiful. Without the tears or the sad acoustics, winter solitude has taken over the historic city in silence and light. Written by JENNY JIN LEE Subbed by LOUANNA ERARD

Petra Collins’ impact on the world of fashion aesthetics

art, Celebrity, Music, photography
The New York City based visual artist and photographer is a trailblazer for creating a creative safe space for girls to be protected from the male gaze. Through pastel touched images that capture the female perception of authority, beauty and otherworldly nature of the young female experience. Reporter: Andrew Whiteford | Sub-Editor: Hannah Grafton Definite, the candid 23-year-old spends most of her creative energy into snapping other people, but she also believes that because you are taking photo of somebody else, that it does not mean it does not reflect you. “The selfie, particularly, has revolutionised the way that we are able to characterise ourselves,” she says. “It makes it possible for people who have little representation to create images of their own, and because of social medi
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