Pre embargo Cuba used to be fun fair and delicious holiday destination for rich American tourists – and they knew how to travel in style indeed! Heinrich Heidersberger , German photographer, took colorful shoots of wealthy fashionistas enjoing leisure life under the generous sun of the Carribean island. It happened during his Cuban cruise in
Thanks to the international participative Outings Project and initiative of French artist Julien de Casabianca, artworks have come out of museum walls to fresh air of streets and become visible to wide variety of people. The idea is to inspire visitors to share the art by taking photos of paintings, printing and pasting them straight
A word weird would stand well for the art world of Elif Biradli, Turkish artist based in Istanbul, who invites us to look at life through the eyes of surrealism and black humor. Biradli points out disturbing subjects of fear, passion of life peak moments – birth, regeneration, playing with human body and objects.. Take
Inventario series, by photographer Rafael Goldchain, take hold of Latin America’s colorful and incredible local interiors in the 1980s and 1990s, reflecting the cultural social mix and the spirit of time. Goldchain, born in 1953 in Chile before emigration to Israel and later to Canada, made several striking interior photos depicting encounter of traditions with
Recreation of Gustav Klimt ‘s famous paintings with living models is a gorgeous project of Austrian photographer Inge Prader. To realize this idea in 2015, Prader masterly reframed the original set & setting, making the personages & compositions come alive bursting with color, intensity and sensuality. It’s worth to add, that presentation of these remarkable
Night Over New York series is a very beautiful work of American photographer Vincent Laforet, who was able to take bird’s-eye views of “The City that Never Sleeps” from a helicopter’s open door, being 2000 meters high in the air. All the set of pictures is available at his website: Night Over New York.